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resources:tools-software:sigmastudiov2:modules:inputoutput:interfacereadio [07 May 2021 13:21] Prasad Kamathresources:tools-software:sigmastudiov2:modules:inputoutput:interfacereadio [12 May 2021 13:40] (current) – [Description] Prasad Kamath
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 ===== Description ===== ===== Description =====
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-The Interface Read block takes value from one of eight interface registers and makes it available in the schematic design. The yellow pin can connect to GPIO Conditioning block's yellow input pinsIt is especially useful for parts that self-boot and use external interface registers.+The Interface Read module reads the value of the parameter setting during selfboot and puts it to the output pin.This module can be used to start running the sigmaStudio schematic with the same parameters (like volume setting) stored before power off.Interface Read module works in tandem  with the Interface Write module. 
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 +Interface Read module will keep giving the parameter read from the EEPROM during self boot as output. When the current parameter is changed during execution, the Interface write module updates the present value in the Interface read block.The Interface read module will always have the current parameter setting.\\ 
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 +Make sure that the interface read and interface write modules that are with each interacting have the same Interface number paramter.\\
  
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 ===== Usage ===== ===== Usage =====
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-Select a particular interface from the drop-down.+The interface read module can be used an input moudule to the UPDown LUT. The Interface read module serves as a starting index to the UPDown LUT. One of the outputs of the UPDown LUT module is given to the Interface write module which will write the same to the EEPROM.
  
-  * Every input must be connected to an output, else there will be errors on compilation. +{{:resources:tools-software:sigmastudiov2:modules:inputoutput:mc_ir_usage_ssp.jpg?nolink&500|}}
-  * Observe that as you drag more output blocks to your schematic, your number of interfaces available decreases. +
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-NoteThis block is only available for DSPs with GPIOs or auxiliary ADC. +
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 ===== Targets Supported ===== ===== Targets Supported =====
-^Name^ADSP-214xx^ADSP-215xx/ADSP-SC5xx^ADAU145x/1456x^+^Name^ADSP-214xx^ADSP-215xx/ADSP-SC5xx^ADAU145x/146x^
 |----------------------------------------|------------------------------------------|--------------------------------------------------|-------------------------------------------| |----------------------------------------|------------------------------------------|--------------------------------------------------|-------------------------------------------|
 |Interface Read| Not supported | Not supported | Sample| |Interface Read| Not supported | Not supported | Sample|
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 ==== Output ==== ==== Output ====
 ^Name^Type^Description^ ^Name^Type^Description^
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 |InterfaceRead |Logic|Interface read output channel | |InterfaceRead |Logic|Interface read output channel |
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 ===== DSP Parameters ===== ===== DSP Parameters =====
-^Parameter Name^Description^ADSP-214xx/SC5xx/215xx^ADAU145x/ADAU146x^ 
-| ----------------------------- | ------------------------------------ |----------------------------------------------------- |-----------------------------------| 
 Not applicable Not applicable
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 ===== DSP Parameter Computation ===== ===== DSP Parameter Computation =====
resources/tools-software/sigmastudiov2/modules/inputoutput/interfacereadio.txt · Last modified: 12 May 2021 13:40 by Prasad Kamath