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    Data Padding/alignment

    Hi!
    I'm working with the xmc4800 automation board and in my object dictionary i've created several output objects (as record type) with 16 boolean entries and others output objects with 8 boolean...
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    Is there anyone who could help me with this SPI...

    Is there anyone who could help me with this SPI daisy chain problem?
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    I've changed the clock configuration to...

    I've changed the clock configuration to XMC_SPI_CH_BRG_SHIFT_CLOCK_PASSIVE_LEVEL_1_DELAY_D ISABLED, according to the reference manual of ISO1H812G.
    I have one 16bit ISO_out and one 16bit ISO_in in...
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    XMC4800 how to modify SPI clk

    Hi!
    I'm implementing an SPI daisy chain communication and i have some problem in sending and reading the 8th and 16th bit of the sent word. i'm usign the internal clk of my XMC4800 and since the...
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    Thank you!

    Thank you!
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    Diable outputs ISO1H812G

    Hello!
    I'm usign ISO1H812G as output unit in SPI communication. I've implemented a function for error detection that set a variable if MISO and MOSI mismatch. I saw that ISO1H812G has the DIS pin to...
  7. Hello again! I'm trying to solve the problem...

    Hello again! I'm trying to solve the problem using the padding subindex in the object dictionary. The 16bit output object now is



    typedef struct OBJ_STRUCT_PACKED_START {
    UINT16 u16SubIndex0;...
  8. Thank you both. I think RainerHoffmann guessed...

    Thank you both. I think RainerHoffmann guessed the problem with the shifted pData
  9. Is there someone that could help me, please?

    Is there someone that could help me, please?
  10. Addressing PDO with different size. APPL_InputMapping & APPL_OutputMapping

    Hello everybody!
    I have some problems collecting data from outputs. In the object dictionary i have several PDO's: from 0x1600 to 0x1609 i'm mapping record output objects with 16 entries of 1bit...
  11. Hi! I've solved the problem, there was a wrong...

    Hi!
    I've solved the problem, there was a wrong hardware connection. But now i have another problem, i can't read the data from the spi loop back. I've connected several modules in daisy chain and...
  12. SPI with user header xmc4800 automation board

    Hi!
    I'm trying to run the example code for the xmc4800 automation board whit the 6 pin user header. I've set the spi pin as following (only for output stage):

    #define DO_SPI_MISO P3_12...
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    XMC4800 SPI Automatic Slave Select Update

    Hi!
    I want to communicate with several ISOFACE, so i need to switch among the chip select. Now i'm doing via software, using a variable. I read in the XMC4800 reference manual that it's possible the...
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    xmc4800 automation board POSIF

    Hello!
    I've started to use XCM4800 automation board and i'd like to configure Quadrature POSIF. I've found how to initialize it, but i don't know the pinout of the board for the POSIF input and...
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