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  1. Hi there, yes this is possible. You must...

    Hi there,

    yes this is possible.
    You must ensure that both e.g. TOM0 and TOM1 are starting the counting in sync through e.g. enable/disable clock for both modules at the same time.
    For one TOM...
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    Hi Sarah, please check your PM inbox.

    Hi Sarah,

    please check your PM inbox.
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    Hi Sarah,

    I²S is in general possible with Aurix, but as there isn't a native I²S module inside our device a little bit tricky.


    Here some hints in case you want to use Aurix as I²S master:
    ...
  4. Sorry - totally forgot to mention that there is...

    Sorry - totally forgot to mention that there is also the dsp-library available for Aurix in myICP.
    There is a lot of stuff which is optimized for the TriCore platform.
  5. Did you already check with the scope if you can...

    Did you already check with the scope if you can see communication on CANH/CANL or if there are signals present at the CAN-PHY's RXD/TXD pins?

    It seems like this project is a pure internal loopback...
  6. Fixed point means in general to abstract...

    Fixed point means in general to abstract fractional numbers into signed integer arithmetic and not using floating-point.

    Depending on the resolution needed you would use either Q1.15 or Q1.31....
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    You could check out the System Timer module...

    You could check out the System Timer module (STM). Should be usable in the same way as the SysTick in XMC
  8. Hi Sahithi, can you please provide us a...

    Hi Sahithi,

    can you please provide us a scope-screenshot, showing a 16-bit SPI transmission (SDI, SDO, CLK, CSN)?

    Thanks
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