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    What your sensor reports looks like UART data not...

    What your sensor reports looks like UART data not CAN data.
    I don't think CAN app is helpful here.
  2. Is it possible to set the BMI via command line?

    Is it possible to set the BMI via command line?
  3. Thread: Tag Connect

    by TimFlynn
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    Tag Connect

    Is there any interest in having a Tag Connect solution for use with XMC Link and a target board?
    Presently I'm putting a 0.05" 10 pin female header on our engineering boards for programming. My...
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    I haven't tried EEPROM on XMC4 yet. But latest...

    I haven't tried EEPROM on XMC4 yet.
    But latest Flasher works fine & saves EEPROM contents.
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    Bumpty bump Bump!

    Bumpty bump Bump!
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    Emulated EEPROM

    2 Questions:
    1) Does Emulated EEPROM work on XMC4000 family?

    2) I'm using E_EEPROM app on a XMC1302 device. Seems to work well.
    When programming or updating a device, how can I preserve the...
  7. I updated Dave & Libraries. I tried to update...

    I updated Dave & Libraries.
    I tried to update the application via "App Upgrade". It failed. A problem with CRC_SW_0.
  8. How best to deal with Dave & Library updates?

    I have presently build a program to run XMC1300 processor. It uses SPI Master.
    The SPI Master revision I'm using has a bug in that the byte offset of receiving bytes is off by 1. I have dwelt with...
  9. How do I do device migration in Dave 4 or 4.2.8...

    How do I do device migration in Dave 4 or 4.2.8 to be exact?
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    Also the simple : #include works...

    Also the simple :
    #include <math.h>

    works wonders!
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    Sorry for delay. I've added :...

    Sorry for delay.

    I've added :
    USIC0_CH0->DX3CR = 0x4U;

    after SPI init to get it work.
    Thanks.
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    XMC1300 Floating Point

    How do I perform a floating point square root on a XMC1300?

    I've searched & found CMSIS DSP arm_sqrt_f32(), but can't seem to include it.

    Help
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    Another issue I've found: When I used...

    Another issue I've found:

    When I used "SPI_MASTER_Transfer( &SPI_MASTER_0, SendData, GetData, 2 );"
    The first byte sent is correct, but the second byte sent appears to be the same SendData[0],...
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    Some more detail on problem. Attention Infineon!...

    Some more detail on problem. Attention Infineon!

    I'm using P2.6 as MISO. P2.0 as MOSI, P0.7 as SCLK & P0.9 as Slave Select & P0.12 as Slave Select 1.
    DAVE sets DX0CR DSEL to G (6). This means...
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    That referenced thread is for the XMC4500, can I...

    That referenced thread is for the XMC4500, can I assume it is the same for XMC1300?
    Also, my problem is I get nothing back. Its like the MISO is not connect to the pin.

    When debugging, under...
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    Possible Bug in SPI_MASTER app

    I'm getting no correct data back from SPI_MASTER_Transfer. The data is sent correctly. The SPI slave device responds correctly. I am using a scope to look at signals.
    Perhaps I'm doing something...
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