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Part Number: TIDA-00175
While surfing the TIDA-00175 (Interface to a 5-V BiSS Position Encoder) design files , and reading document TIDU410 , on page 26 . Qoute "To compensate for the cable
propagation delay, delay compensation in software was implemented on the SPI Master " .
I was wondering about this technique used in software for this specific issue , i didnot find in the design files anywhere the C code used , since it appears that the TMS320F28377D MCU
used to implement a high-speed SPI Master is not part of the development board .
Could you please help
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In reply to Martin Staebler:
Ok , good to know , thank you especially for explaining how your software worked even when it is internal and cannot be provided .
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