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Anonymous
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Hello Guys

I'm A Beginner Of Cypress's MCU And Writing Questions Here For Chip Selection Requirement.

My Questions Is Some Term Seems Very Different From Other Semiconductor's Datasheet Like The Tern: "Multi-Function Serial Communication".

I've Checked Pin Assignment And Description But Taking UART As The Example Find No Specific Mark TX0 / RX0 And Either SPI Case SCK / MISO / MOSI.

As I Know I Can Set MFS As UART / I2C / CAN But I Don't See Which Can Be Configured As Serial Peripheral Interface In Datasheet Pinout.

So I Need Your Help Bringing Me Into The Door To Find Out Which MFSs Can Be Set Up For SPI Use.

Please See Following Datasheet:

http://www.cypress.com/file/227286/download

And I Have To Check Another Important Thing

Is The Series Qualified For AEC-Q100 Automotive Grade?

Thanks

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HongyanW_86
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MFS peripheral can be configured as UART, CSIO (SPI), LIN and I2C.

Pins for SPI are SIN, SOT, SCK, SCS.

For detailed information about MFS, please kindly refer to MB91520 hardware manual:

http://www.cypress.com/documentation/technical-reference-manuals/mb91520-series-32-bit-microcontroll...

Yes, it's qualified for AEC-Q100.

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HongyanW_86
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MFS peripheral can be configured as UART, CSIO (SPI), LIN and I2C.

Pins for SPI are SIN, SOT, SCK, SCS.

For detailed information about MFS, please kindly refer to MB91520 hardware manual:

http://www.cypress.com/documentation/technical-reference-manuals/mb91520-series-32-bit-microcontroll...

Yes, it's qualified for AEC-Q100.

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