Can you explain what the modes in the pin mux utility refer to?
I want to use a SPI, the GPMC and DDR interface for my configuration, any conflicts doing that?
Can you elaborate on what information you required?
You can take the pinmux utility from
In the tool we can see all the modes (0-7). We can select the module on "left-top corner" so that the tool will show those module specific pins in current view.
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Can you elaborate on what the modes refer to/ how are 0-7 related ? This is my question. Thank you.
We can configure the same pin for 8 different functionalities if applicable, depending on the usecase.
If you want to configure GPMC_A0_MUX0 as pin functionality, you have to write the coresponding value to "Pad Control Register" based on mode, type of signal.
You can go through TRM, section "9.2.2 Pad Control Registers" for more details
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