SPIFI setup for LPC1800/4300 using LPCXpresso 6, running on LPCXplorer board

Discussion created by lpcware Employee on Jun 15, 2016
Latest reply on Jun 15, 2016 by lpcware
Content originally posted in LPCWare by bavarian on Mon Jan 13 05:37:26 MST 2014
Here are two projects for LPC1800 and for LPC4300 which use the SPIFI library under LPCXpresso 6.

- import the files into the workspace and make a 'Build all'
- SPIFI libraries compile without error under GCC
- Code runs from SPIFI, using the LPC1830/4330 LPCXplorer board
- function spifi_init(...) is used to initialize the SPIFI
- SPIFI speed is set to 90MHz
- some data is programmed into the qSPI
- after a successful SPIFI write the application runs into a blinky loop

Further notes:
- the code example uses the libraries coming with LPCXpresso, these are different to the new structure from LPCOpen. These libs are a little bit outdated and will not be maintained anymore.
- if you are doing any new code development, then you should consider to port the SPIFI setup from this example into the current LPCOpen platform
- NXP will add a SPIFI setup in one of the next LPCOpen releases for LPC1800/4300

NXP Support Team

Original Attachment has been moved to: LPC18xx_SPIFI_LPCXpresso6_0.zip

Original Attachment has been moved to: LPC43xx_SPIFI_LPCXpresso6_0.zip