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    Hi, Given the sharp edges on the scope, I do...

    Hi,

    Given the sharp edges on the scope, I do not think that a pull up resistor will help. However, it doesn't hurt either, so I added a 10k resistor between P0.14 and Vdd. As expected, it doesn't...
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    Attached is an image of the scope, which clearly...

    Attached is an image of the scope, which clearly shows that 0x00 and 0x6C are sent to the XMC1100 by the master at 19200 baud (52 us/symbol), with start and stop bits and lsb first for data bytes.
    ...
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    ASC bootstrap loader for XMC1100

    Hi,

    Before integrating a bunch of XMCs on my PCB, I would like to know whether I can flash them via a serial interface.
    I have a host running Linux on the same PCB, which I would like to use to...
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    Hi Jesus, Thanks for your clear and structured...

    Hi Jesus,

    Thanks for your clear and structured code.
    Unfortunately, rewriting the code to an interrupt based structure did not address the core problem.

    Application Note Universal Serial...
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    Already 14 days fighting with the USIC module. ...

    Already 14 days fighting with the USIC module.

    Still not able to receive a single byte with the SPI slave.

    Any help from Infineon would be really, really appreciated.

    Even a hint on how to...
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    no reception of data by SPI slave on XMC1100

    Hi,

    Trying to get an SPI slave up and running.
    After trying the APP stuff without luck, I moved down to the bare XMClib to make it simpler and get a better understanding.


    The goal:
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    Thanks for the tip that compiler optimizations...

    Thanks for the tip that compiler optimizations should be enabled to use compiler directives.

    Consecutive toggling of the same pin requires the execution of one STR operation only, and is now...
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    execute function from RAM on XMC1100

    Hi,

    My goal is to evaluate how fast I can toggle an I/O on the XMC1100.
    For this, I bought the cute XMC 2Go kit and installed DAVE4.
    Starting point was the XMC_2Go_Initial_Start_v1.3 example. ...
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    execute function from ram

    Hi,

    My goal is to evaluate how fast I can toggle an I/O on the XMC1100.
    For this, I bought the cute XMC 2Go kit and installed DAVE4.
    Starting point was the XMC_2Go_Initial_Start_v1.3 example. ...
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