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Anonymous
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Hi

   

I need a quad spi module. I just started working with Psoc5LP. So I don't know how to design. How can I design this module? 

   

also I have a questions. Is it possible to do parallel processing on PSoC microcontrollers?

   

Thank You 

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HeLi_263931
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If you mean a SPI component that uses 4 data bits: I think you would need to implement your own component (in Verilog). You can combine multiple UDBs into one with a larger data width if you need to.

   

Depending on the feature set could do this with the already existing basic blocks (muxes, shift registers and DFFs).

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Bob_Marlowe
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Please be a bit (or byte 😉 more precise: Do you need an SPI master that addresses 4 slaves or do you need 4 SPI masters?

   

Please download and install Creator 4.0. There are examples for SPI and a datasheet for each component.

   

 

   

Bob

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HeLi_263931
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If you mean a SPI component that uses 4 data bits: I think you would need to implement your own component (in Verilog). You can combine multiple UDBs into one with a larger data width if you need to.

   

Depending on the feature set could do this with the already existing basic blocks (muxes, shift registers and DFFs).

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