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Thread: EBU 16-Bit on XMC4700 with CD on A19 (16 BIT EBU on XMC4500 runs well)

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    New Member New Member EbbeSand is on a distinguished road
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    EBU 16-Bit on XMC4700 with CD on A19 (16 BIT EBU on XMC4500 runs well)

    Hello I try to start the 16 Bit EBU on my new XMC4700 board

     // EBU - address pins
    #define EBU_AD0 P0_2
    #define EBU_AD1 P0_3
    #define EBU_AD2 P0_4
    #define EBU_AD3 P0_5
    #define EBU_AD4 P3_5
    #define EBU_AD5 P3_6
    #define EBU_AD6 P0_7
    #define EBU_AD7 P0_8
    #define EBU_AD8 P4_0
    #define EBU_AD9 P4_1
    #define EBU_AD10 P1_6
    #define EBU_AD11 P1_7
    #define EBU_AD12 P1_8
    #define EBU_AD13 P1_9
    #define EBU_AD14 P1_2
    #define EBU_AD15 P1_3
    // EBU - control pins  common used signals
    #define EBU_CS0  P3_2
    #define EBU_WR   P3_1
    #define EBU_RD   P3_0
    #define EBU_A19  P6_4  // (On XMC4500 I use a Port Pin to Handel Command / Data)
      /* EBU Configuration */
    	  XMC_EBU_t *const ebumodule = (XMC_EBU_t *)EBU;
    	  //Clock Control Register; CLC
    	  XMC_EBU_CONFIG_t ebuobj = {
    	  		.ebu_clk_config.ebu_clock_divide_ratio = XMC_EBU_CLOCK_DIVIDED_BY_2,
    	  		.ebu_clk_config.ebu_div2_clk_mode = XMC_EBU_DIV2_CLK_MODE_ON ,
    	  		.ebu_clk_config.ebu_clk_mode = XMC_EBU_CLK_MODE_SYNCHRONOUS_TO_CPU  ,
    	  		.ebu_mode_config.ebu_extlock = false,
    	  		.ebu_mode_config.ebu_arbsync = true,
    	  		.ebu_mode_config.ebu_arbitration_mode = XMC_EBU_ARB_MODE_SOLE_MASTER_MODE,
    	  		.ebu_mode_config.bus_timeout_control = 0xFFU,
    	  		.ebu_mode_config.ebu_ale_mode = XMC_EBU_ALE_OUTPUT_IS_INV_ADV,
    	  		.ebu_free_pins_to_gpio.address_pins_gpio = 0x1FFU,
    	  		.ebu_free_pins_to_gpio.adv_pin_gpio = false
    	  // Region Display BUSRCON0, BUSWCON0
    	  XMC_EBU_REGION_t ebureadwriteconfig = {
    	  		.read_config.ebu_region_no = 0x0U,
    	  		.read_config.ebu_bus_read_config.ebu_burst_length_sync = 0x3U,
    	  		.read_config.ebu_bus_read_config.ebu_burst_buffer_sync_mode = 0x0U,
    	  		.read_config.ebu_bus_read_config.ebu_read_stages_synch = 0x0U,
    	  		.read_config.ebu_bus_read_config.ebu_burst_flash_clock_feedback = XMC_EBU_BURST_FLASH_CLOCK_FEEDBACK_DISABLE,
    	  		.read_config.ebu_bus_read_config.ebu_burst_flash_clock_mode = 0x0U,
    	  		.read_config.ebu_bus_read_config.ebu_byte_control =  XMC_EBU_BYTE_CONTROL_FOLLOWS_WRITE_ENABLE_SIGNAL_TIMMING,
    	  		.read_config.ebu_bus_read_config.ebu_device_addressing_mode = XMC_EBU_DEVICE_ADDRESSING_MODE_16_BITS,
    	  		.read_config.ebu_bus_read_config.ebu_device_type = XMC_EBU_DEVICE_TYPE_MUXED_ASYNCHRONOUS_TYPE,
    	  		.read_config.ebu_bus_read_config.address_cycles = 0x2U, // Taktzyklen, die Adresse mit /ALE anliegt (EBU_CLK, nicht SDOCLKO); >= 1
    	  		.read_config.ebu_bus_read_config.ebu_programmed_wait_states_for_read_accesses = 0x0U, // Taktzyklen -1 , die Daten empfangen wird (Sample am Ende) (EBU_CLK, nicht BFCLKO); >= 1
    	  		.read_config.ebu_bus_read_config.address_hold_cycles = 0x0U,
    	  		.read_config.ebu_bus_read_config.command_delay_lines = 0x3U,
    	  		.read_config.ebu_bus_read_config.ebu_ext_data = 0x0U,
    	  		.read_config.ebu_bus_read_config.ebu_freq_ext_clk_pin = 0x1U, // Bei durchgehenden Takt ignoriert => siehe Region0
    	  		.read_config.ebu_bus_read_config.ebu_recovery_cycles_between_different_regions  = 0x2U,
    	  		.read_config.ebu_bus_read_config.ebu_recovery_cycles_after_read_accesses  = 0x0U,
    	  		.read_config.ebu_bus_read_config.ebu_burst_buffer_sync_mode = 1,  // Kontinuierlicher Burst Modus, ebu_burst_length_sync wird ignoriert
    	  		.read_config.ebu_bus_read_config.ebu_burst_flash_clock_mode = 0, // BFCLKO immer an
    	  		.read_config.ebu_bus_read_config.ebu_burst_flash_clock_feedback = 0, // BFCLKI nicht genutzt
    	  		.read_config.ebu_bus_read_config.ebu_burst_buffer_sync_mode = 1, // Einfache Synchronisation, minimale Latenz
    	  		.write_config.ebu_region_no = 0x0U,
    	  		.write_config.ebu_bus_write_config.ebu_burst_length_sync = 0x03U,
    	  		.write_config.ebu_bus_write_config.ebu_burst_buffer_sync_mode = 0x0U,
    	  		.write_config.ebu_bus_write_config.ebu_byte_control =  XMC_EBU_BYTE_CONTROL_FOLLOWS_WRITE_ENABLE_SIGNAL_TIMMING,
    	  		.write_config.ebu_bus_write_config.ebu_device_type = XMC_EBU_DEVICE_TYPE_MUXED_ASYNCHRONOUS_TYPE,
    	  		.write_config.ebu_bus_write_config.ebu_device_addressing_mode = XMC_EBU_DEVICE_ADDRESSING_MODE_16_BITS,
    	  		.write_config.ebu_bus_write_config.address_cycles = 0x0U,  // Taktzyklen, die Adresse mit /ALE anliegt (EBU_CLK, nicht SDOCLKO); >= 1
    	  		.write_config.ebu_bus_write_config.ebu_programmed_wait_states_for_write_accesses = 0x0U,  // Taktzyklen-1, die Daten ausgegeben wird (mit /WE) (EBU_CLK, nicht SDOCLKO); >= 1
    	  		.write_config.ebu_bus_write_config.address_hold_cycles = 0x0U,
    	  		.write_config.ebu_bus_write_config.command_delay_lines = 0x3U,
    	  		.write_config.ebu_bus_write_config.ebu_ext_data = 0x0U,
    	  		.write_config.ebu_bus_write_config.ebu_freq_ext_clk_pin = 0x1U, // Bei durchgehenden Takt ignoriert => siehe Region0
    	  		.write_config.ebu_bus_write_config.ebu_recovery_cycles_between_different_regions  = 0x2U,
    	  		.write_config.ebu_bus_write_config.ebu_recovery_cycles_after_write_accesses  = 0x3U,
    	  		.write_config.ebu_bus_write_config.ebu_burst_buffer_sync_mode = 1, // Kontinuierlicher Burst Modus, ebu_burst_length_sync wird ignoriert
    	  // Configuration for all Pins
    	  XMC_GPIO_CONFIG_t config;
    	  config.mode = XMC_GPIO_MODE_OUTPUT_PUSH_PULL;
    	  config.output_level = XMC_GPIO_OUTPUT_LEVEL_HIGH;
    	  config.output_strength = XMC_GPIO_OUTPUT_STRENGTH_STRONG_SHARP_EDGE;
    	  XMC_GPIO_Init(EBU_AD0,  &config);	XMC_GPIO_SetHardwareControl(EBU_AD0,  XMC_GPIO_HWCTRL_PERIPHERAL2); // Bus line AD0..AD15
    	  XMC_GPIO_Init(EBU_AD1,  &config);	XMC_GPIO_SetHardwareControl(EBU_AD1,  XMC_GPIO_HWCTRL_PERIPHERAL2);
    	  XMC_GPIO_Init(EBU_AD2,  &config);	XMC_GPIO_SetHardwareControl(EBU_AD2,  XMC_GPIO_HWCTRL_PERIPHERAL2);
    	  XMC_GPIO_Init(EBU_AD3,  &config);	XMC_GPIO_SetHardwareControl(EBU_AD3,  XMC_GPIO_HWCTRL_PERIPHERAL2);
    	  XMC_GPIO_Init(EBU_AD4,  &config);	XMC_GPIO_SetHardwareControl(EBU_AD4,  XMC_GPIO_HWCTRL_PERIPHERAL2);
    	  XMC_GPIO_Init(EBU_AD5,  &config);	XMC_GPIO_SetHardwareControl(EBU_AD5,  XMC_GPIO_HWCTRL_PERIPHERAL2);
    	  XMC_GPIO_Init(EBU_AD6,  &config);	XMC_GPIO_SetHardwareControl(EBU_AD6,  XMC_GPIO_HWCTRL_PERIPHERAL2);
    	  XMC_GPIO_Init(EBU_AD7,  &config);	XMC_GPIO_SetHardwareControl(EBU_AD7,  XMC_GPIO_HWCTRL_PERIPHERAL2);
    	  XMC_GPIO_Init(EBU_AD8,  &config);	XMC_GPIO_SetHardwareControl(EBU_AD8,  XMC_GPIO_HWCTRL_PERIPHERAL2);
    	  XMC_GPIO_Init(EBU_AD9,  &config);	XMC_GPIO_SetHardwareControl(EBU_AD9,  XMC_GPIO_HWCTRL_PERIPHERAL2);
    	  XMC_GPIO_Init(EBU_AD10, &config);	XMC_GPIO_SetHardwareControl(EBU_AD10, XMC_GPIO_HWCTRL_PERIPHERAL2);
    	  XMC_GPIO_Init(EBU_AD11, &config);	XMC_GPIO_SetHardwareControl(EBU_AD11, XMC_GPIO_HWCTRL_PERIPHERAL2);
    	  XMC_GPIO_Init(EBU_AD12, &config);	XMC_GPIO_SetHardwareControl(EBU_AD12, XMC_GPIO_HWCTRL_PERIPHERAL2);
    	  XMC_GPIO_Init(EBU_AD13, &config);	XMC_GPIO_SetHardwareControl(EBU_AD13, XMC_GPIO_HWCTRL_PERIPHERAL2);
    	  XMC_GPIO_Init(EBU_AD14, &config);	XMC_GPIO_SetHardwareControl(EBU_AD14, XMC_GPIO_HWCTRL_PERIPHERAL2);
    	  XMC_GPIO_Init(EBU_AD15, &config);	XMC_GPIO_SetHardwareControl(EBU_AD15, XMC_GPIO_HWCTRL_PERIPHERAL2);
    	  XMC_GPIO_Init(EBU_CS0,  &config);	XMC_GPIO_SetHardwareControl(EBU_CS0, XMC_GPIO_HWCTRL_PERIPHERAL2);   //Chip Select
    	  XMC_GPIO_Init(EBU_RD,   &config);	XMC_GPIO_SetHardwareControl(EBU_RD,  XMC_GPIO_HWCTRL_PERIPHERAL2);   // Read Requested
    	  XMC_GPIO_Init(EBU_WR,   &config);	XMC_GPIO_SetHardwareControl(EBU_WR,  XMC_GPIO_HWCTRL_PERIPHERAL2);   // Write Requested
    	  XMC_GPIO_Init(EBU_A19,   &config);	XMC_GPIO_SetHardwareControl(EBU_A19,  XMC_GPIO_HWCTRL_PERIPHERAL2);   // Command or Data
    /*Base Address of external GRAM Data memory region */
    #define EBU_EXT_RAM_REGION_BASE	  0x60000000UL   //RS = 0
    /*Base Address of external device memory region */
    #define EBU_EXT_DEVICE_REGION_BASE	  0xA0000000UL
    /*Base Address of external Command */
    #define EBU_EXT_COMMAND_REGION_BASE	  0x60080000UL //RS = 1
    On an 4500 other port pin mapping same configuartion It works

    	    	      C/D PIN HIGH
    	    	     *(volatile uint16_t *)(EBU_EXT_RAM_REGION_BASE) = Adresse;
    	    	     *(volatile uint16_t *)(EBU_EXT_RAM_REGION_BASE) = data;
    On an 4700 It doesn't work

    	    	      C/D PIN HIGH
    	    	     *(volatile uint16_t *)(EBU_EXT_RAM_REGION_BASE)= Adresse;
    	    	     *(volatile uint16_t *)(EBU_EXT_RAM_REGION_BASE) = data;

    	    	     *(volatile uint16_t *)(EBU_EXT_COMMAND_REGION_BASE) = Adresse;
    	    	     *(volatile uint16_t *)(EBU_EXT_RAM_REGION_BASE) = data;

    If any one will have a solution to run XMC7000 EBU Interface.



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    Beginner Beginner Query1920 is on a distinguished road
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    Hi Ebbesand,

    Did you happen to find solution for EBU interface on XMC4700 ?
    I am trying to implement EBU interface with NAND flash and having same issue. Could you please provide me more information how you resolved this issue ?


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