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Problem with int DSPI

Question asked by Teckna Teckna on Dec 21, 2011
Latest reply on Apr 28, 2012 by Alexandru Nan

Hi everyone,


I'm facing a problem with the interrupt DSPI driver on Kinetis K60, using MQX 3.7 and Codewarrior 10.1.

I'm interfacing a SPI dataflash AT45DB161D. If I use the polled DSPI driver everything works fine, the problem rises only in interrupt mode.


My code is the following:


    /* assert CS, send command*/    data[ 0 ] = 0x9F;    if( 1 != fwrite( data, 1, 1, com ))    {        fflush( com );        return FALSE;    }    /* wait for response */    if(4 != fread( data, 1, 4, com ))    {        fflush (com);        return FALSE;    }    /* deassert CS */    if (MQX_OK != fflush (com))    {        return FALSE;    }    return TRUE;

With an oscilloscope, I can see 5 clock packets on the SCK line, the 0x9F command byte on the SOUT line at the first clock packet and the 4 data bytes on the SIN line at the other 4 clock packets: the hardware works ok. The problem is that the fread function returns always 0 byte read.

How can I fix this? Must the interrupt DSPI driver be changed due to a bug or my code has to be modified?


Many thanks