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Which Data Formats Can I Use to View and Access the Saved SPI Data from an SPI Slave?
Rena Ayeras

159131-dataQuestion from the Customer:

I'm working with the Aardvark I2C/SPI Host Adapter to collect data from an SPI slave interface, and then view and analyze the information with the Control Center Serial Software.

Which data formats I should use to load the SPI test data into the Control Center Serial Software? I tried doing this a few times, but looking at the data, the format was changed from binary to something else. Here’s an example:


Response from Technical Support:

Thank you for your question! It’s very easy to save SPI data as a binary file. The data can be loaded from a binary file by clicking on Load button. Alternatively, when you view data on the Control Center Serial Software, you can save it as binary file by clicking the Save button as shown below.

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