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Multiplexed OCTOSPI in STM32H7B0RBT6

ALAMI_Othmane
Associate II

Hi,

I would like to know if it is possible to have the mutiplexed octospi in the microcontroller stm32h7b0rt6 as it mentionned in AN5050 in Figure 11

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cause when I tried to configure it using the CubeMx the CS pin for OCTOSPI2 is not found as it is mandatory to have such pin for the multiplexing mode managed by the internal hardware arbiter :

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Do we have a such feature in our microcontroller STM32H7b0rbt6 ??

 

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TDK
Guru

Port 2 CS pin is PG12, which doesn't exist on the LQFP64 or LQFP100 version of that chip.

So effectively, you cannot use that feature on that chip, although it's supported on larger packages within that family.

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Issamos
Lead II

Hello @ALAMI_Othmane 

As you can see her:

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The multiplexed octospi configuration is possible with your STM32H7B0.

But tacking a look at the datasheet of the STM32H7B0RBT6 we find out tha the OCTOSPIM_P2_NCS doesn't exist so is impossible to use the mutiplexed octospi configuration in the STM32H7B0RBT6

Best regards.

II

TDK
Guru

Port 2 CS pin is PG12, which doesn't exist on the LQFP64 or LQFP100 version of that chip.

So effectively, you cannot use that feature on that chip, although it's supported on larger packages within that family.

TDK_0-1694634147067.png

 

If you feel a post has answered your question, please click "Accept as Solution".

What is the end goal? Which QUAD/OCTO SPI parts are you using, off of which pins?

The OCTOSPIM should be able to selectively map high/low pin blocks, and control pins. There may be other ways/tricks to getting specific combinations of devices working

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