Hello, I was wondering if anyone else had run into this kind of issue working the DSPI_MasterTransferBlocking function in the latest version of the KSDK. I am working on with a SPI EEPROM chip and a MK22FN512VLL12, essentially I have a function that accepts a pointer to a struct, the size of that struct in bytes, and the starting location in EEPROM to write to.
uint8_t read_eeprom( void *setup, uint16_t size, uint16_t addr)
The DSPI_MasterTransferBlocking function needs the SPI_Type pointer and a pointer to the dspi_transfer_t struct. This struct is created in the following fashion.
eeprom_command.txData = (uint8_t *) calloc(200, sizeof(uint8_t));
eeprom_command.rxData = (uint8_t *) calloc(200, sizeof(uint8_t));
Next, I populate the eeprom transfer data (txData) with the contents of the read command and the address.
eeprom_command.txData = 0x03; //read command
eeprom_command.txData = (uint8_t) (addr >> 8);
eeprom_command.txData = (uint8_t) (addr & 0x00FF);
Now here's where I have my first question, the dataSize field in the dspi_transfer_t struct. I assume this pertains to both the transfer data and the received data. Or does this field only for the txData length?
eeprom_command.dataSize = size + 3? or just 3?
Next is the configFlags field, set this to (kDSPI_MasterCtar1 | kDSPI_MasterPcs1) based off hardware. Then I enable the EEPROM chip select and send the command.
However, I read 0xFF in all the rxData locations... I have a KSDK 1.3 version of this code as well, so I used that to write data and used 2.0 to read that data back.
Any help is appreciated!
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