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Part Number: ADS8661
I am trying to work with the device but with no success, the datasheet is not clear enough.
1) I am using SPI MODE0.
2) I am sending data in 8bit data groups (same when receiving data) ie sending 8 clocks at a time, hence for receiving a 32bit register I am sending 4 groups of 8 clocks and not a continuse stream of 32 clocks.
I would like to have a clear timing diagram of reading sampled signal data and reading/writing to the registers (ie how to read the device ID register).
On power-up or after coming out of any asynchronous reset, the device supports the SPI-00-S protocol for data read and data write operations, so make sure your configuration for phase and polarity on your microcontroller is 00.
To read or write registers, please refer to the command list in table 5, and the description in section 7.5.1/ 7.5.2.
The command to read device ID:
Note that the default device ID is 0000b after power up. Also, if any of these commands are provided in a particular data frame F, that command gets executed at the rising edge of the CONVST/CS signal.
For data conversion and reading, please refer to Figure 3 which is a timing diagram for standard SPI interface(CPHA=0).
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