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BarryReinhold
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Using SPI to external MCU [UM-B-013]

I am attempting to follow UM-B-013 to setup two DA14580DEVKITs to communicate over SPI.
When in this configuration I would like to be able to use the USB/J-Link interface to debug.
Is this possible?
Could you provide a figure showing how header J4 is used in this case? The information in UM-B-013 seems to be for a different board as there is no J26 on the DA14580 Developers Kit.

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Hi Barry,

Hi Barry,

J26 refers to the jumpers on the Expert Kit. You are using the basic DK I guess?
J26 are  the UART RTS/CTS signals.
On the basic kit these signals are indeed on J4, ports P0_6 & P0_7, directly below the UART Rx/Tx P0_4/P0_5. 

Please note that the basic DK boards have a SPI Flash memory connected to P0_0, P0_3, P0_5 and P0_6.
So make sure you have the DA14580 pins: these are on the left-hand side of J4.
Please refer to the schematic which is availble on the support site.

Best regards, BB_Dialog.

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Thanks for this confirmation.

Thanks for this confirmation.

The file host_apps\da14580\proximity\reporter\host_proxr.uvproj as referenced in UM-B-013 does not appear to exist is software release 3.0.6

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Hi Barry,

Hi Barry,

I just downloaded it again from the website, and I see it in there, also in my already installed PC folder, see below.

\DA1458x_SDK_3.0.6\host_apps\da1458x\proximity\reporter\host_proxr.uvproj

If you still can't find it, I advise you to download the SDK v3.0.6 again.

 

Best regards, BB_Dialog

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