"olaf636" <email@example.com> ha scritto nel messaggio
> what is the meaning of the CLKR-pin on the peripheral
> connector ?
Look for the "Enhanced Peripherals Reference" for the family C6000 from
TI, you will find all of the answers about McBSP (and much more). The
difference is that CLKS "feeds" the sample rate generator, so you can
use an external clock source even for transmission; anyway you can find
the block schematic of McBSP on the peripheral reference.
Reply by olaf636●August 20, 20032003-08-20
i try to make a data transfer via the McBSP0 on the C6713 DSK.
first, i have connected as follows:
CLKX0 -> CLKR0
FSX0 -> FSR0
DX0 -> DR0
but without success....
what is the meaning of the CLKR-pin on the peripheral connector ?
i have the choice of internal and external clock. the internal is the
sample rate generator and the external is via the CLKS-pin - but when
can i use the CLKR-pin ?