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    Beginner Beginner deepakseshan1 is on a distinguished road
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    QSPI frequency

    hello Developers,
    What is the desired frequency for running Qspi in 5MHz Baudrate.

    frequency fbaud2 ---- ?
    frequency SPB fSPB ----?


    Kindly shed some light.

    Kind Regards,
    Deepak

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    fBAUD2 can be faster, slower, or equal to fSPB
    fsource can be either the fPLL or the Backup Clock
    fBAUD2 = fsource / CCUCON0.BAUD2DIV

    Using the TC27x, typically fPLL = 200MHz is the fsource and setting CCUCON0.BAUD2DIV=1 then fBAUD2 = 200MHz; fSPB = 100MHz

    For a 5MHz SCLK frequency you can choose: TQ=0, Q=4, A=3, B=1, C=3

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    Hello deepakseshan1,

    In addition, you can find a code example project that shows how to configure and use the QSPI module here: QSPI training code example.
    this example also comes with a tutorial, which can be found here: QSPI tutorial.

    If you are interested in other modules and you want to start programming for AURIX™, you can get the new Integrated Development Environment (IDE) here: AURIX™ Development Studio and get inspired by numerous trainings from here:AURIX™ Trainings.

    If you are not familiar with Eclipse based IDE’s checkout the Getting Started guide!

    Hope it helps,
    teoBits
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