Refer to the PDF data sheet for device specific package drawings
The Dual Clock Comparator (DCC) is used to determine the accuracy of a clock signal during the time execution of an application. Specifically, the DCC is designed to detect drifts from the expected clock frequency. The desired accuracy can be programed based on calculation for each application. The DCC measures the frequency of a selectable clock source using another input clock as a reference.
The device has seven instances of DCC modules.
For more information, see Dual Clock Comparator (DCC) section in Peripherals chapter in the device TRM.