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    Hello, I have tried your code. Yes, I am also...

    Hello,

    I have tried your code.
    Yes, I am also not able to get the DAVE-generated bootloader and Keil-generated application to work.
    However, if I use a Keil-generated bootloader to go with your...
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    Hello, There is an error when I tried to open...

    Hello,

    There is an error when I tried to open the file with WinZip.
    It says that the file is not a valid archive file.

    Do you think you can attached the zipped file again?
    Hopefully it is...
  3. Hello, I think the statement is referring to...

    Hello,

    I think the statement is referring to the case of a single USIC channel.
    Here, it makes sense that receive interrupt has the higher priority such that any old received data is cleared...
  4. Hello, Can you check what is the current BMI...

    Hello,

    Can you check what is the current BMI mode for the device?
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    If it is ASC mode, can you switch to User mode (debug) SWD0?

    Or do you mean the device is totally not accessible...
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    Hello, I tried generating a LED blinking hex...

    Hello,

    I tried generating a LED blinking hex file with uVision5 and this works for me (application program can be entered).
    For keil, you can directly modify the address from the project...
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    Hello U. I., The vector table is dependent on...

    Hello U. I.,

    The vector table is dependent on the application and should not be a problem.

    I have built a simple example to model your use case, please see attached zipped file.
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    The...
  7. Hello, As the two USIC channels are from...

    Hello,

    As the two USIC channels are from different module instances, they are completely independent from one another.
    However, there is only one CPU to service both USIC channels.

    Are the 2...
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    Hello, I found an article from the following...

    Hello,

    I found an article from the following link:
    http://infocenter.arm.com/help/index.jsp?topic=/com.arm.doc.faqs/ka12545.html

    In this case, the application should occupy the address range...
  9. Thread: Xmc1302 uart

    by chismo
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    Hello, There is a help document for each of...

    Hello,

    There is a help document for each of the APPs, including the UART APP.
    This document contain many information such as description of the parameters, functions and also include a usage...
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    Hello Ravi, Which protocol are you referring...

    Hello Ravi,

    Which protocol are you referring to?
    And here, you are intending to write to the control registers directly to configure the baud rate?
    I am asking because with DAVE4, you can easily...
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    Hello, Do you already have the frame end mode...

    Hello,

    Do you already have the frame end mode enabled, i.e. box is ticked into Advanced Settings tab of SPI_MASTER APP?

    When frame end mode is enabled, the slave select output remains asserted...
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    Hello, Yes, I see that with P2.6 selected as...

    Hello,

    Yes, I see that with P2.6 selected as MISO, DX3CR register is not configured correctly.
    To do this, besides the DSEL bit field, INSW bit also has to be set, i.e.:


    USIC0_CH0->DX3CR =...
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    Hello, I have just created an example based on...

    Hello,

    I have just created an example based on XMC Lib:
    https://www.infineonforums.com/threads/4272-XMC1000-Tip-of-the-day-Counting-an-external-event-using-CCU4

    Can you have a look and...
  14. Sticky: XMC1000 Tip of the day: Counting an external event using CCU4

    A CCU4 timer slice can be used to count external events, for example rising edges on a GPIO pin.

    The following XMC1300 example project developed using XMC Lib demonstrates this feature.
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    Hello Philipp, I am afraid all our inhouse...

    Hello Philipp,

    I am afraid all our inhouse programming tools (FLOAD, memtool) are Windows-based.
    I am not aware of any running on other OS.

    Regards,
    Min Wei
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    Hello Philipp, All devices of the XC800 family...

    Hello Philipp,

    All devices of the XC800 family implements exactly 2 data pointers.
    I don't think there is a plan to change this in future.

    Regards,
    Min Wei
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    Hello, Yes, there is a bug in SPI_MASTER app....

    Hello,

    Yes, there is a bug in SPI_MASTER app.

    Please refer to the following thread:
    https://www.infineonforums.com/threads/4160-Possible-bug-in-SPI_MASTER-app

    The workaround is to replace...
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    Hello, Is the additional clock pulse due to...

    Hello,

    Is the additional clock pulse due to noise or the SPI master may simply transmit more than the defined word size?

    The USIC in SPI mode will latch in data with each additional clock...
  19. Thread: SPI frame

    by chismo
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    Hello Nicolas, There is a frame end mode (FEM)...

    Hello Nicolas,

    There is a frame end mode (FEM) control bit in PCR_SSCMode register.
    FEM = 0 (default) - The current data frame is considered as finished when the last bit of a data word has been...
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    Hello Nicolas, Which tool are you using? ...

    Hello Nicolas,

    Which tool are you using?

    For example with DAVE4.2.6, I can create a new project and select the device XMC4300. All the relevant files (xmc4300.h, startup, system, etc) will be...
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    Hello Fender, Yes, the memory monitors can be...

    Hello Fender,

    Yes, the memory monitors can be used.

    For example based on the sample code, if you set a breakpoint after the first copy of the USER_BLOCK1 data is written at line 129 (just...
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    Hello Nicolas, Do you mean the same code is...

    Hello Nicolas,

    Do you mean the same code is not working on a XMC4300? Can you describe the problem?

    The USIC module is similar across the XMC family and I also expect pinout compatibility...
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    Hi Harshan, The AB step of the XMC1100...

    Hi Harshan,

    The AB step of the XMC1100 additionally supports sector erase.
    For example, the following sector erase function from the XMC Lib <xmc1_flash.h> can be used:


    void ...
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    Hello Gerald, The I2C requires bidirectional...

    Hello Gerald,

    The I2C requires bidirectional pins which for the USIC module in XMC, means having DOUT0 and DX0 pin functions on the same pin used for SDA, and having SCLKOUT and SCLKIN pin...
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    Hello, The UART APP is by default using...

    Hello,

    The UART APP is by default using interrupts to manage the transmit and receive of data.
    The interrupt handling is also done within the UART APP and can be ignored by the user.

    The user...
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