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2022-10-26 Rena Ayeras
I am trying to use the Aardvark I2C/SPI Host Adapter with the Flash Center Software to program a 16-bit Microwire serial access EEPROM, M93C66. Looking at the SPI EEPROM XML files that are available for the Flash Center Software, is it possible to create a file for programming the M93C66?  Based on your Knowledge Base article Using the Aardvark adapter with a Microwire device that should be possible, but so far, I have not been able to make it work. Is there something more that I need to do, or is there another application or tool to use for this?
2022-10-19 Jessica Hopkins
Within embedded systems or networks, devices communicate with one another through various modes of data transmission. There is often two-way communication between devices, meaning they both are capable of sending and receiving data. This is referred to as a duplex communication system. Depending on the communication protocol and application, devices are capable of sending data in half-duplex mode or full-duplex mode.
2022-10-12 Rena Ayeras
I am using the Aardvark I2C/SPI Host Adapter as an I2C master to check the data transactions of an EEPROM of a new script. I am not familiar with the Master Read and Master Register Read function, and I do not understand how they operate. Can you provide details about the differences of those commands and how they work?
2022-10-05 Chris
Sometimes a fault can cause an I2C bus to get stuck. This happens when a slave device is driving a low/logic-0 state on the bus while waiting for another clock pulse, but the master has already aborted a transaction, rebooted, become confused by bus noise, or some other fault.