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    Hi, An alternative may be to create your own...

    Hi,

    An alternative may be to create your own unique ID using the BMI string located in UCB2 flash page.
    See 27.3.8 Boot Mode Index (BMI) section in the reference manual.

    Regards,
    Jesus
  2. Hi, You can concatenate two CCU4 slices to get...

    Hi,

    You can concatenate two CCU4 slices to get a 32bit timer. See XMCLib example <XMC_Peripheral_Library_v2.1.24>\XMCLib\examples\XMC4800_series\CCU4\CCU4_TIMER_CONCATENATION

    Regards,
    Jesus
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    Hi, We do not provided the decoding of the...

    Hi,

    We do not provided the decoding of the 16bytes of Unique Chip ID.
    It is guaranteed to be unique. What information would you need?

    Regards,
    Jesus
  4. Hi, See the TIMER_EXAMPLE_XMC45 as a...

    Hi,

    See the TIMER_EXAMPLE_XMC45 as a reference. It can be easily ported to XMC4700.
    It will use a CCU4 or CCU8 slice to implement the timer.

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    Regards,
    Jesus
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    Hi, If you click in the Details button of...

    Hi,

    If you click in the Details button of XMCFlasher in Infineon Toolbox, two links will appear to access the license and release notes. Click on any of them. A windows explorer will open. If you...
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    Hi, The v3.2.28 is a fix for the baudrate...

    Hi,

    The v3.2.28 is a fix for the baudrate limitation introduced in v3.2.26. There are no changes in the code. See https://www.infineonforums.com/threads/10701-New-SPI-Master-bugged

    Regards,...
  7. Hi, I tried using the UART and CCU8 config...

    Hi,

    I tried using the UART and CCU8 config APPs in DAVE4.
    See attached project.

    I can see a delay of 440ns.
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    Regards,
    Jesus
  8. Hi, See the XMCLib examples,...

    Hi,

    See the XMCLib examples, http://dave.infineon.com/Libraries/XMCLib/XMC_Peripheral_Library_v2.1.24.zip

    XMC_Peripheral_Library_v2.1.24\XMCLib\examples\XMC4500_series\EBU\EBU_SDRAM...
  9. Which device are you using?

    Which device are you using?
  10. Hi, Would not be easier to check the memory...

    Hi,

    Would not be easier to check the memory contents (CRC, vector address/stack address) before jumping?

    Regards,
    Jesus
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    Hi, Sorry I did not realize about you...

    Hi,

    Sorry I did not realize about you mentioning SPI.
    I just tried and worked for me. See attached.

    Regards,
    Jesus
  12. Hi, It is not possible. Once you decide to go...

    Hi,

    It is not possible. Once you decide to go with BMI=SWD0, the pins will be used exclusively for the debug interface.
    An alternative would be to use the BMI=SPD0/SPD1 and use the remaining pin...
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    Hi, Please install Infineon Tool,...

    Hi,

    Please install Infineon Tool, https://www.infineon.com/cms/en/tools/landing/infineontoolbox.html
    Launch Infineon Toolbox from Start Menu, search for XMC Flasher and install the tool.
    After...
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    Hi, Apparently you are not using the latest...

    Hi,

    Apparently you are not using the latest version of the CMSIS RTOS, i.e. v4.0.6. You should upgrade your APPs. In DAVE4, Help>Install DAVE APP/Example/Device LIbrary.... then select Work with:...
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    Hi, This is addressed in XMCLib 2.1.24,...

    Hi,

    This is addressed in XMCLib 2.1.24,...
  16. Hi, Are you using the transfer trigger logic...

    Hi,

    Are you using the transfer trigger logic as depicted below?
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    Regards,
    Jesus
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    Hi, You should instantiate CMSIS_RTOS. In the...

    Hi,

    You should instantiate CMSIS_RTOS. In the configuration UI of the CMSIS_RTOS, you can select between several implementations one of them being CMSIS_RTOS_RTX5

    Regards,
    Jesus
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    Hi, Which version of the APP are you using?...

    Hi,

    Which version of the APP are you using?
    Have you tried enabling the delay?
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    Regards,
    Jesus
  19. Hi, Can you check the value of TCSR.TDV bit?...

    Hi,

    Can you check the value of TCSR.TDV bit?
    If stays at 1 no more communication will happen.

    Regards,
    Jesus
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    Hi, Standard message identifier has a...

    Hi,



    Standard message identifier has a length of 11 bits. CAN specification 2.0B extended
    the message identifier lengths to 29 bits, i.e. the extended identifier. Both frame formats
    are part...
  21. Hi, Did you have a look at the content of...

    Hi,

    Did you have a look at the content of 18.3.3.3 Error Handling Unit for debugging the issue?
    What do you mean by "How can it be that the XMC sends out error active frames as if there's no...
  22. Hi, It is not possible to use the ethercat...

    Hi,

    It is not possible to use the ethercat ports as ethernet mac ports.
    It is possible to use EoE (Ethernet over EtherCAT).
    The support of EoE needs to be implemented in the master and slave...
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    Hi, Do you have VBAT pin connected? Check...

    Hi,

    Do you have VBAT pin connected?
    Check XMC4000 - PCB Design Guidelines

    Regards,
    Jesus
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    Hi, Can you try to post your question also at...

    Hi,

    Can you try to post your question also at http://elm-chan.org/fsw/ff/bd/ ?

    Regards,
    Jesus
  25. Hi, Could you try with the following function?...

    Hi,

    Could you try with the following function?


    __STATIC_INLINE void XMC_USIC_CH_RXFIFO_SetTriggerLimit(XMC_USIC_CH_t *const channel,
    const uint32_t limit)
    {
    channel->RBCTR =...
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