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Interfacing NCN5130 with a cortex MO processor

Discussion in 'Microcontrollers, Programming and IoT' started by Nanaiah, Dec 18, 2017.

  1. Nanaiah

    Nanaiah

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    Hello,
    I need to interface NCN5130 with a EFM32 Zero Gecko 32-bit microcontroller[advertising slang removed] . I am having difficulty finding the .c and .h files for this NCN5130. Any help is appreciated.

    Thank you.
     
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  2. kellys_eye

    kellys_eye

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    Seriously?

    This is about the communication protocol, not the hardware, and comms software (.c and .h files) are available just about everywhere.

    Your gratuitous use of:

    **REMOVED**

    makes your post sound suspiciously like spam advertising........

    Reported - I'd like another opinion...... (we agree)
     
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  3. Nanaiah

    Nanaiah

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    Sir,
    I uploaded this question because i could not find it anywhere. This is very important to me. I am not advertising anything here. Any help is appreciated. My main aim is as shown in the figure below. I have interfaced RF with Cortex but i am unable to find the files for UART interfacing from Cortex to NCN5130 and also from NCN5130 to KNX TP.
    Capture.JPG
     
  4. kellys_eye

    kellys_eye

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    The data sheet for the NCN5130 shows basic serial comms on page 13:

    http://www.onsemi.com/pub/Collateral/NCN5130-D.PDF

    and simple asynchronous communications protocol is discussed widely in the Cortex community - example here:

    https://community.arm.com/iot/embed...rial-communications-link-for-arm-cortex-m-i-o

    I haven't delved any deeper into the Arm Community website but given how serial comms is an important and integral part of any processor system I fail to see how such files CAN'T be in amongst their site..... bit that would be for you to discover!

    And if THEY don't have it it would seem to be down to you yourself to develop it and, perhaps, update the Arm site yourself!
     
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