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2019/10/20 22:50:03 (permalink)
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SPI advice requested

I am currently working on an 8-bit prototype (I can use any 8-bit MCU).
The four devices are all SPI:
1. Dallas Maxim - RTC - DS3234 (SPI). Most accurate RTC to date.
2. EverSpin - MR25H40 4Mb magnetic memory chip (SPI). SRAM speed (never wears out).
3. New Haven OLED Character Display (SPI). Insanely legible, clear, bright display.
4. I can use any PIC micro that has SPI communications.
 
Unfortunately, I do not know how to write to any of these devices using SPI, my hope is that once I get one of the devices working, the others will be similar to communicated with?
 
If you know of some example code that would get me pointed in the right direction, I would be most grateful.
I would also be happy to pay someone that could produce a basic Hello World with any of the 3 mentioned devices, just to get me started. I am a C/C++/C# software engineer (18 years and counting) Desktop and systems software for Windows.
 
-Thanks
TymerTopCat 10/20/2019
 
 
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    Jim Nickerson
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    Re: SPI advice requested 2019/10/21 06:36:56 (permalink)
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    you only mention 3 spi devices.
    Microchip has some help in choosing which chip based on the features you want https://www.microchip.com/maps/Microcontroller.aspx.
    I would suggest you get one of the development boards with spi to see how it is done.
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    Re: SPI advice requested 2019/10/21 07:37:56 (permalink)
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    You can try MCC with one of the supported MCU.

    Free online Microcontroller Tutorials and Projects for Hobbyists and students. From beginners to advanced. Website: www.studentcompanion.co.za
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