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Part Number: DRA72XEVM
Hello,I want to use I2C and SPI communication in my DRA7xEVM Jacinto 6 ES1.0 board. Looking at the schematics, I am unable to see any pin header that exposes SPI or I2C interfaces.Is there something I am missing?
Any guidance is greately appreciated.
No dedicated I2C /SPI headers on the EVM. You could get some of the I2Cs and SPIs via wire soldering or re-using some of the other connectors.
For example I would try
on connector EXP_P3 , pins 1,3, 2, 4. and not connecting anything else to these pins
For I2C3, you could use EXP_P1 pins 1 and 3. Would be good to check for already used addresses by other slaves so you choose a free one.
SoC pinmux settings may or may not be needed in both cases.
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In reply to Stanislav Stilyanov:
Hi Stan,Thank you for the information. This helps.Best regards.
One more question, Does Jacinto 6 ES 1.0 have I2S that I can use to plug in my Radio Tuner module?Thanks again.
In reply to Mustafa Ozcelikors:
Sorry for delay. Jacinto SoCs include peripheral(s) called MCASP - Multi-Channel Audio Serial Port which can be configured for I2S.
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