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Part Number: TMDSRSLVR
I am using TMDSRSLVR kit with F28335 control card and I wanted to do SPI communication to other board.
I set following modes on control card F28335.
Now the kit itself, I have connected my USB for code upload and power supply and SW1-ON. There is only one jumper which is placed and that is J9.
Also I have connected 1,3,5,7, 11 pin of J11 SPI interface of Resolver kit to another board's SPI which includes STEN, SCLK, SIMO, SOMI and GND resp.
I am sending integer data from Kit to other TI board via SPI and fortunately I am not receiving any data from another SPI which I kept as a slave.
can anyone please confirm the jumper setting if there is missing one because I could not find any documentation which has information about all these setting.
I don't see anything wrong with the jumper settings. If you are expecting a data from the slave SPI, the master has to provide the clock for it. You may have to revisit the algorithm.
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