It is exasperating... the ECSPI-1 is not working in slave mode as it should.
I'm using the BSP L2.6.35_11.09.01_ER_source_bundle and the included kernel linux-126.96.36.199.tar.bz2 and linux-188.8.131.52-imx_11.09.01.bz2.
I configured the SPI controller for the following operation mode.
# SPI mode 0 (POL = 0, PHA = 0)
# Slave mode
# BURST LENGTH = 7 --> only 8-Bit bytes are transmitted
# SMC bit = 0 according to MX53 errata
# no DMA
The IOMUX is configured as follows:
I've a small coprozessor that is communicating with the i.MX535 via SPI. The coprocessor is the master, configured in SPI mode 0. The baurate is very low (329kHz).
I want to transmit 64 bytes at once (size of the MX53 RXFIFO). So the chip select stays low as long as all of the 64 bytes has been transmitted.
If I got it right, the MX53 should interrupt every received data byte (BURST LENGTH = 7) if RREN bit is enabled in the INTREG.
The problem is, that an interrupt only occurs only once after all of the bytes has been transmitted and the chip select is inactive again.
Moreover, the time from the rising edge on chip select to calling the interrupt handler is about 70ms!!!!! That is really strange as interrupts should be handled immediately.
Furthermore the TXFIFO is filled with a counter value 1, 2, 3...64. The values are not correctly transmitted. It seems that only the 4th byte has valid data and the data is the same for the whole transfer --> counting data ist not received.
Do I need to reassert the chip select between each transmitted byte?
Why is calling the interrupt handler so slow?
Do I need to set the clock divider if operation in slave mode?
Attached you find the simple driver including the configuration of the SPI controller.
Any advice would be very helpful!!
Thanks for that!!
Original Attachment has been moved to: 56-stm32_spi_slave.c