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Are there any known issues with [KL26] SPI using default setting of clock phase (CPHA == 0)?

Question asked by James Vasil on Jun 26, 2014
Latest reply on Jul 9, 2014 by James Vasil

We're using SPI to communicate between two KL26 microcontrollers.  The slave device is set to use DMA and master is not.  Encountered problems that *seem* to be related to the clock phase.  At least the problem goes away when CPHA is set to 1 instead of 0.  I'd appreciate any references to issues trying to exchange data this way with CPHA set to 0.  I'm mostly trying to make sure that this fix isn't masking some problem that will pop up at some later date.  Thanks!