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Jiong
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Hi team

 

As shown in the following figure, I use scb4 as i2C.How to choose the clock parameters on the right?

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Thanks

Jiong

 

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Neo_Qin
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Hi @Jiong ,

A clock source must be connected to the SCB block to oversample input and output signals; in this document this clock will be referred as clk_scb. You must use one of the 8-bit or 16-bit dividers.

According to my understanding, any clock marked with a green circle can be used. To avoid conflicts, it is recommended to use those without "USED" or "SHARED" suffix.
For more details, please click the "Configuration Help" item to get relevant documents.
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Regards,

Neo

 

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Neo_Qin
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Hi @Jiong ,

A clock source must be connected to the SCB block to oversample input and output signals; in this document this clock will be referred as clk_scb. You must use one of the 8-bit or 16-bit dividers.

According to my understanding, any clock marked with a green circle can be used. To avoid conflicts, it is recommended to use those without "USED" or "SHARED" suffix.
For more details, please click the "Configuration Help" item to get relevant documents.
Neo_Qin_0-1671442057089.png

Regards,

Neo