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    XMC4800 Quad SPI slave mode

    Hi,

    I want to test the SPI interface of the XMC4800 device. I want to use an MCU as the master and then connent XMC4800 as a slave.
    I want a sample project of XMC4800 in Quad SPI slave mode.
    Could someone provide me some information about this, please?

    Best regards,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xingwei View Post
    Hi,

    I want to test the SPI interface of the XMC4800 device. I want to use an MCU as the master and then connent XMC4800 as a slave.
    I want a sample project of XMC4800 in Quad SPI slave mode.
    Could someone provide me some information about this, please?

    Best regards,

    Hi Experts,
    I would like to tring to test the Quad-SPI communication using couple of the XMC4500 Relax Lite Kits. Could you please provide me the example project that are made by Master and Slave?
    I don't take care that using USIC#, pad classes, DMA# and so on. but I hope you that do not difficulty connection between couple of the Kits communication line.

    Regards.

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    Hi,

    I would like to attach the sample project for Quad SPI which is described in SPI_CONFIG DAVE app help.
    This is for XMC4800 relax EtherCAT board but I think you can change it for XMC4500 kit.

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    Akira
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