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Newbie mikedeeds
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Registered: ‎02-23-2018

Ultrascale+ PS SPI Master

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I can't figure out how to enable the PS SPI Master pins in the Ultrascale+.

 

When I enable SPI0 or SPI1 and select a set of MIO pins, I only see si and so pins assigned.  I should see mi and mo pins when SPI is used as a SPI Master.  Is there somewhere that I need to enable the SPI peripheral as a master?

 

Here is the Vivado setup page:

 

Thank you!

 Ultrascale+ SPI configuration.jpg

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Registered: ‎07-31-2012

Re: Ultrascale+ PS SPI Master

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Hi @mikedeeds,

 

Here in particular Vivado version PCW, the naming conventions is such that the so is MISO and si is MOSI lines.

The master is enabled.

 

Regards

Praveen


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Re: Ultrascale+ PS SPI Master

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Hi @mikedeeds,

 

Here in particular Vivado version PCW, the naming conventions is such that the so is MISO and si is MOSI lines.

The master is enabled.

 

Regards

Praveen


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Newbie mikedeeds
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Re: Ultrascale+ PS SPI Master

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Thank you! This answers my question.

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