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I am bit-banging a AD7124-8.

Question asked by sgorman on May 17, 2017
Latest reply on Jul 11, 2017 by npnewman

 I was able to read from the product ID register and get the correct results, 0X14.I would now like to write to and read back  a register Do I simply leave bit 7 down and address the registry then send the data to be written on the second byte?   Like this      0x19  0x03  and then read back from that registry  0x40|0x19   0x00  ( the last byte should have bits 6 and 7 pulled high to indicated a 3)?