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Thread: XMC_HOT: XMC4500 How to do DMA of ADC result registers to RAM after conversion?

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    XMC_HOT: XMC4500 How to do DMA of ADC result registers to RAM after conversion?

    Welcome to XMC Hands On Training on
    How to do DMA Transfer of ADC registers to a designated RAM area?

    Normally after an ADC conversion the software has to copy the ADC result registers to a RAM area for further processing. However we can make use of the DMA to take care of this process, hence reduce the need of any software intervention.

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    Please download the zip file which will guide you on this example.

    The file "XMC_HOT" contains the following
    - Working project example of the mentioned topic
    - A readme power point slide describing the implementation.

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