The External memory controller section in LPC4367's datasheet specifies only SRAM, ROM, NOR flash and SDRAM devices to be connected to the EMC.
However, is there any way to interface a NAND Flash to LPC4367 having the following interface?
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Hello Bernhard Fink,
Thanks a lot for the reply.
The OP of the link which you have suggested asks if an SDRAM and NAND both can be interfaced simultaneously to the EMC. We have a similar system which will have a SDRAM and NAND.
Can you please let us know if there will be a need to re-initialize the EMC register when there is a switch between SDRAM and NAND as NAND read/write is a software controlled process and SDRAM read/write will be managed by the External memory controller.
On the LPC4300 SDRAM and SRAM interface are two different instances with own register settings. No problem to connect a memory device to both, no dynamic changes are required at runtime.
It should be possible to interface a NAND flash, as long as you find a driver for it.
But it's a sw managed read/write process, you will not be able to boot or execute from it.
There is a NAND driver for the LPC1788, which could most likel y be adapted to the LPC4300 platform: