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SBS
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Fri Sep 21, 2007 1:21 pm   



I am currently developing a module which uses this
device. When I configure it to communicate within
a band which is different from the default one (132kHz),
the register access clock signal becomes very instable.

Have anyone experience with this IC?

Regards.

E.

SBS
Guest

Sun Sep 30, 2007 11:40 pm   



SBS (no.spam_at_me) ha scritto:

:: I am currently developing a module which uses this
:: device. When I configure it to communicate within
:: a band which is different from the default one (132kHz),
:: the register access clock signal becomes very instable.
::
:: Have anyone experience with this IC?


I have fixed it. Thanks everyone.


Guest

Wed Nov 26, 2014 8:26 pm   



Could speak about the setup of the ST7540. I am having issues starting the chip up.

On Sunday, September 30, 2007 5:41:06 PM UTC-5, SBS wrote:
Quote:
SBS (no.spam_at_me) ha scritto:

:: I am currently developing a module which uses this
:: device. When I configure it to communicate within
:: a band which is different from the default one (132kHz),
:: the register access clock signal becomes very instable.
::
:: Have anyone experience with this IC?


I have fixed it. Thanks everyone.


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