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Can the I2C API be used without a subaddress/register address step?

Question asked by Ben Burch on Jun 14, 2019
Latest reply on Jul 1, 2019 by Ben Burch



I am using an NXP-824 to drive a radio device.  The device does not have any register addresses defined, and wants to just send a group of bytes based on a function code (which is not in the right place to pretend to be a register address) and I cannot seem to get the API to not try to send the register address to the device.


Is it possible with the standard API?


Is there a modified version of the API that is without subaddress?


A bit of googling suggests that others have hit this snag, so I am hoping one of you has some advice.





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