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About RT1052 / 1060 SEMC interface conncet SRAM

Question asked by George Pontis on Feb 22, 2019
Latest reply on Feb 24, 2019 by Yuri Muhin
Branched from an earlier discussion



I did a design recently using a 1062 and had the same questions. I believe that the 1052 will be similar in many respects. What I gathered from the manual and support was this. First thing, most of the important pins are listed in table 49.4.3. For example, WR for SRAM is mapped onto SEMC_ADDR[11]. On the 1060 there is support for a synchronous clock which can be presented at CLKX[0] or CLKX[1]. I don't see this in the 1052 reference manual, so am unsure if you have an option with sync RAM on the 1052.