SAME70J21 SPI0 MISO

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Hello folks,

 

Could anyone enlighten me as to which pin is used for SPI0_MISO on the SAME70J21 in QFP64? 

 

The datasheet and ASF headers (for this specific variant) continually refer to PD20 which seems absent from the pin out listing in the latest datasheet. 

 

I simply cannot see it multiplexed on another pin.  As far as I can tell, SPI0_MISO, SPI0_SPCK and various chip selects are present only.

 

Please put me out my misery...

 

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II suppose "SPI0_MISO" pins in "PD20".

I did notice hat they have missed out PD20 in 64 pin package in SAM E70 datasheet.

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Ref. Table 40-2
there, they have mentioned signals & I/O lines.

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Kindly check

http://start.atmel.com/#dashboard

try to create a project using SAME70J21 & check its PINMUX.

It seems like there is is some issue.

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It says

ERROR ADDING COMPONENT

Unable to add SPI
Reason: No implementations available for SPI_0 in current context

Seems like SPI won't work in this IC

sad

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Check "2. Configuration Summary" in the datasheet. SPI0 and SPI1 are not supported in the 64 pin versions. QSPI can be used.

/Lars

 

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Great.

Thats absolutely great.

I feel sorry for guys who has bought this controller.

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