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I had a similar problem with the AD9850, my solution was to add shift registers with seven segment displays attached to them so I could see what was being programed in to the chip. Not a ideal solution but good enough for debugging purposes. The watch window in Proteus could also be used if the data to be programed into the chip is held in a register first.