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BF527, SPORT, TX and RX at different rates?

Question asked by PhilipJ on May 11, 2010
Latest reply on May 12, 2010 by PhilipJ



We are planning to replace an ADSP-21161 device that is used for maths processing, with a Blackfin, probably BF527. I would like to check with sombody who knows before committing our design to prototype is:


The HRM document describes how each of the SPORTs have seperate Clock and Frame Sync for TX and RX. Does this mean they can operate independantly and at different bit rates? I mean can the Blackfin be Master of TX, generating Clock and Fsync while being Slave to RX, receiving an externally generated Clock and Fsync?


very grateful for your advice