Where can we find the external signal description of i.MX8M Mini ECSPI?

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Where can we find the external signal description of i.MX8M Mini ECSPI?

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Where can we find the external signal description of i.MX8M Mini ECSPI?

Like the table 10-2 for FlexSPI and table 10-33 for SDHC in reference manual.

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Hello,

 

  general description of the eCSPI signals is as following:

ECSPI1_MISO (MISO) - Master data in; slave data out

ECSPI1_MOSI (MOSI) -  Master data out; slave data in

ECSPI1_SCLK  - SPI clock signal

ECSPI1_SS0 - Chip select signal

 As for corresponding pins, please use the Pins Tool for i.MX.

https://www.nxp.com/pages/pins-tool-for-i.mx-application-processors:PINS-TOOL-IMX

Have a great day,

Yuri

 

 

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Hello,

 

  general description of the eCSPI signals is as following:

ECSPI1_MISO (MISO) - Master data in; slave data out

ECSPI1_MOSI (MOSI) -  Master data out; slave data in

ECSPI1_SCLK  - SPI clock signal

ECSPI1_SS0 - Chip select signal

 As for corresponding pins, please use the Pins Tool for i.MX.

https://www.nxp.com/pages/pins-tool-for-i.mx-application-processors:PINS-TOOL-IMX

Have a great day,

Yuri

 

 

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