Bidirectional Port

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mehranpour
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Bidirectional Port

Postby mehranpour » Mon Sep 04, 2017 3:13 pm

I have a basic question about Bidirectional GPIO on Multi bit ports.
I want to implement Bidirectional GPIO But it is not possible in multi-bit ports(?) According to I2c Application in multi-bit ports I want to check if I can use I2C structure. is there anyone who has any idea?

Thanks in advance.
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Postby johned » Tue Sep 05, 2017 9:01 am

Hi mehranpour,
This functionality is different between XS-1 and xCORE-200.
Please see the documentation here : https://www.xmos.com/download/private/l ... rc3%29.pdf
Specifically :
Function i2c_master_single_port
Description Implements I2C on a single multi-bit port.
This function implements an I2C master bus using a single port. However, If this
function is used with an L-series or U-series xCORE device then reading from the
bus and clock stretching are not supported. The user needs to be aware that these
restriction are appropriate for the application. On xCORE-200 devices, reading and
clock stretching are supported.

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John
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Ross
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Postby Ross » Tue Sep 12, 2017 11:11 am

I think there is some confusion here, I *think* the question is just can you do bidi on multiple-bit ports. The answer is yes, on any XMOS device:

port p = XS1_PORT_4A:

..

// Read from p into x
int x;
p :> x

// Write x back out to p
p <: x

(the I2C issue mentioned related to having SDA and SCL on one single multi-bit port and is related to drive mode restrictions on XS1)

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