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    Hi, Set your project in DAVE to "Release" and...

    Hi,

    Set your project in DAVE to "Release" and download like how you did with debug.
    With the project set to release, debug feature is no longer available.
    So, you just run "debug" and after...
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    Hi, In DAVE IDE, Flash driver is provided as...

    Hi,

    In DAVE IDE, Flash driver is provided as FLASH003 APP.
    Using APIs provided by the app, user can easily implement the flash operation such as erase and write.
    Perhaps you want to give it a...
  3. Hi Mario, When flash erase in progress, the...

    Hi Mario,

    When flash erase in progress, the flash is busy and unable to access.
    During this time, if the CPU try to access the flash, it will stalled until the flash is idle again.
    So, if your...
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    Hi, The XMC4500 on relax kit is connected via...

    Hi,

    The XMC4500 on relax kit is connected via SWD from the debug IC.
    It is similar to the hexagon application kit or bootkit.
    The only thing is that on the relax kit, no UART pin is connected...
  5. Hi bmwcoder, You also need to connect the...

    Hi bmwcoder,

    You also need to connect the /TRST pin.

    Anyway, please ensure that flash read protection is not enabled.
    If read protection is enabled, external access will be disabled.
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    Hi Roman, What class stack are you planning to...

    Hi Roman,

    What class stack are you planning to use?
    If you are using CDC(ATM), you may want to look at the USBD_VCOM APP.
    Basically the APP provides the full solution for communication via USB...
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    Hi honglinshi, Is it possible if you set your...

    Hi honglinshi,

    Is it possible if you set your 100% duty cycle with CR2 = 1?
    Instead of having 0 for both CR1 and CR2 for 100% duty cycle, set CR2 is set to 1.
    Then toggling of the output at the...
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    Hi Roman, usbd variable is defined as constant...

    Hi Roman,

    usbd variable is defined as constant because is the address of the module and should not be changed in runtime.

    What you should do is..

    XMC_USBD_t usb_config =
    {
    .usbd = USB0,...
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    Hi, Please use DAVE2 Code Generator tools to...

    Hi,

    Please use DAVE2 Code Generator tools to configure the device to generate PWM.
    You can use GPT12 or CCU6 to generate your desire PWM waveform.
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    Hi davidkelly, The reason why the GP output...

    Hi davidkelly,

    The reason why the GP output only toggle for a short while is because the function SPI001_WriteData only place the data into the transmit FIFO.
    So when the CPU is out from the...
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    Hi honglinshi, On the last 100% duty cycle,...

    Hi honglinshi,

    On the last 100% duty cycle, can you try set the CR2 to 1?
    Only after that you change to other duty cycle.
    I guess the behavior is observed because there is no compare value at...
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    Hi honglinshi, I believe you are using Center...

    Hi honglinshi,

    I believe you are using Center aligned mode.
    Did you set the value for both Compare register 1 and compare register 2?
  13. Hi, You can use the provided API ...

    Hi,

    You can use the provided API USBD_VCOM_SendString to send data to hyper terminal.
    You don't really need to create your own printf function.
  14. XMC1000 TIP of the day: Indication for the completion of data transmit in UART

    When using UART with FIFO buffer, there is no indication provided when the last data in the FIFO buffer had transmitted out.
    Due to this, if application that require this indication may find it...
  15. Hi, Just wondering, is there any conflict of...

    Hi,

    Just wondering, is there any conflict of pins in your implementation?
    Mind to list out the pins you have used for SPI as well as SDMMC?
  16. Hi Koumak, Yes, it is possible. You just need...

    Hi Koumak,

    Yes, it is possible. You just need to mapped your variable or array to the DSRAM location when you declare it.
    If you are using DAVE3, you may want to check out the example on...
  17. Hi, Port 2 is an analog port, hence the pins...

    Hi,

    Port 2 is an analog port, hence the pins need to be enabled as digital input in order to work.
    For analog pin configuration, you need to use IO001 app instead of IO004.
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    Hi hemn, As mentioned by Chris, this device is...

    Hi hemn,

    As mentioned by Chris, this device is very old and not much information is available.
    I would suggest you look through the application note C16xCx - Programming an external flash memory...
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    Hi Joe, No, it is not possible to generate the...

    Hi Joe,

    No, it is not possible to generate the code without sending dummy bytes.
    So you have to either send 0x00 or 0xFF depends on your idle state value.
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    Hi, You may try the example below for AA...

    Hi,

    You may try the example below for AA device using older version of USBBL001 app.
    However, it is not applicable for Relax Kit board as the USB0.ID pin is connected.
    Hence, the detection for...
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    Hi Mariusz, I get what is your problem now....

    Hi Mariusz,

    I get what is your problem now.
    For the timer value calculation, you can check at the help document of PWMSP001 APP.
    It should be in the overview section.

    You need to calculate...
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    Hi, I believe the example is only mean for AB...

    Hi,

    I believe the example is only mean for AB device..
    The older app version should be compatible with AA device.
    Let me find out which version is suitable for AA device and get back to you.
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    Hi, Example code is provided in the app...

    Hi,

    Example code is provided in the app documentation.
    Go to Help > Help Contents > DAVE Apps > FLASH002 > API Documentation
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    Hi Joe, Not sure if you already know, as SSC...

    Hi Joe,

    Not sure if you already know, as SSC master, if you need to received 18bytes data, you need to sent 18bytes of dummy data too.
    This is to generate the clock for the slave to transmit the...
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    You can read from the memory directly using...

    You can read from the memory directly using pointer to the memory address.


    No, it is not possible. The minimum size to write to flash is a page size which is 256bytes


    And for your...
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