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Participant elefferd
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SPI and I2C

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Hi,

I am trying to find if there are specific pins I need to connect the data lines to on the Artix 7 FPGA to use SPI and I2C communication protocol. I see listed in user guide 475 for the XC7A200T RB484 package pins for MOSI, but nothing labled for MISO.

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Re: SPI and I2C

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hi @elefferd,

 

The pin your pointing is configuration mode pin which is explained in the ug470 page number 29 , where the pin multi-function pin  .unfortunately our FPGA do not  have  dedicated SPI or I2C pins, you have configure the IO pins as per the SPI or I2C protocol , hence there is NO  MISO pin the pinout table .

 

I hope I have cleared your query .

 

let me know your inputs

 

Chandra

 

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Regards
Chandra sekhar
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Re: SPI and I2C

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hi @elefferd,

 

The pin your pointing is configuration mode pin which is explained in the ug470 page number 29 , where the pin multi-function pin  .unfortunately our FPGA do not  have  dedicated SPI or I2C pins, you have configure the IO pins as per the SPI or I2C protocol , hence there is NO  MISO pin the pinout table .

 

I hope I have cleared your query .

 

let me know your inputs

 

Chandra

 

if your query is solved with the above answer please close thread by clicking the accept solution button.

 

Regards
Chandra sekhar
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Participant elefferd
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Re: SPI and I2C

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Thanks, that answered my question!

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