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Jeevan L
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13-Mar-2010 14:51 GMT
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New! working with I2C communication in ARM7

hello,

I am doing project on multiprocessor communication using I2C. Can anyone give me master and slave program and guide me??

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Tamir Michael
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13-Mar-2010 15:36 GMT
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New! RE: working with I2C communication in ARM7

how far do we need to go? hold your hand, too? did you read about i2c? do you understand how it works? do you know how to work with the processor's i2c peripheral(s)? questions, questions...but no answers from you, apparently!

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Jeevan K
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13-Mar-2010 20:06 GMT
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New! RE: working with I2C communication in ARM7

you want me to answer my own questions?

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Dan Henry
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13-Mar-2010 21:36 GMT
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New! RE: working with I2C communication in ARM7

"you want me to answer my own questions?"

Yes, start by asking yourself "Which ARM7 am I using? I'm asking myself this because I have come to know that the ARM is just the CPU core; the peripheral subsytems are vendor-specific IP surrounding the core."

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Sam Jefferson
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14-Mar-2010 22:09 GMT
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New! RE: working with I2C communication in ARM7

This thread made me laugh so much.

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james washington
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21-Mar-2010 07:36 GMT
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New! RE: working with I2C communication in ARM7

no one should give answers like this. If you are not interested the leave it.......

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John Linq
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15-Mar-2010 09:30 GMT
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New! We want you to provide more info about your I2C comm problem

We are glad to help you, if we could.

But we need to know more about you and your project.

What do you have on hand now? The ARM7 MCU, I2C Device, Eval Board?

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Andrew Neil
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14-Mar-2010 23:01 GMT
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New! RE: you want me to answer my own questions?

You said, "I (sic?) am doing project on multiprocessor communication using I2C"

But, if someone gives you the program, then you won't have done it - will you?

If you want to call it "your" project, then that does require that you do the majority of the work. As your question was basically, "will you do my project for me?", then yes - I do want you to do that yourself!

If, after studying the I2C definition, chip datasheets, app notes, examples, etc you have specific points that you want help with, then people will help - but not just give you a complete solution for free!

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Mike Kleshov
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15-Mar-2010 00:12 GMT
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New! RE: you want me to answer my own questions?

A bit less hostility would be nice, I guess.
The original poster might be misguided in some ways, but it's still reasonable to expect a polite answer rather than a personal attack.
Don't have anything to say on topic? Then don't. Someone else will.
Just broke that rule myself :-(

Regards,

- mike

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Tamir Michael
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15-Mar-2010 08:33 GMT
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New! RE: you want me to answer my own questions?

I am inclined to disagree.
As Andy clearly demonstrated, there are quite some people here (including myself) that would be glad to help, but not to do somebody else's homework/project. I think you got it the other way around: the rude element here is actually the OP, not the ones that decline his blatant attempts to cheat.

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Andrew Neil
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15-Mar-2010 08:46 GMT
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New! RE: to call it "your" project does require that you do the majority of the work.

Or, at least, that you fund the work.

In which case, see: http://www.keil.com/condb/search.asp or similar

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Hans-Bernhard Broeker
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16-Mar-2010 00:16 GMT
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New! RE: you want me to answer my own questions?

A bit less hostility would be nice, I guess.

Good idea in general, except that you failed to take into account about half the hostility going on here.

The way these "Gimme software" people behave is, for all practical purposes, a denial-of-service attack on this forum --- and ultimately on our reputation as a community of professionals. This is a development that deserves being fought.

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jeevan L
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21-Mar-2010 07:25 GMT
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New! RE: you want me to answer my own questions?

hello all,

I am new on this forum. I was unaware of the interesting people on this forum which are really reading my post...

nice to see your response!

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