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AIC32xx Codec has only one BCLK and FS singal, when AIC32xx act as master, how to connect Codec with McBSP to work in duplex mode?
#1. connect McBSP CLKX and CLKR together, connect FSR and FSX together?
#2. Connect only CLKX to BCLK, FSX to FS, leave McBSP CLKR and FSR unconnected? and configure as below snapshot? in the DLB mode, receiver can share clock and FS with transmitter, but DX and DR also connected internally. so this configuration doesn't work.
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Sorry for the delay.
DLB does more than connect CLKX to CLKR. It also internally connects DX to RX. DLB is for internal data loop back only, which helps to debug things like interrupts and DMA.
When the codec is the clock master and you want full-duplex data transfer with McBSP, you must route BCLK from the codec to CLKX and CLKR, and you must route LRCLK to FSX and FSR.
McASP offers a synchronous mode where the codec can drive just CLKX and FSX, which are internally connected to the receiver. But McBSP is not so flexible.
Hope this helps,Mark
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