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Old 17th March 2010, 11:43 AM   #1
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Can anybody help me that, how i can boot TAS3108 from MSP uC with TAS`s slave I2C port? How i can transmit program codes and coefficient data to tas3108?

THX!
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Old 7th April 2010, 04:12 PM   #3
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Hi,

Can anybody help me that, how i can boot TAS3108 from MSP uC with TAS`s slave I2C port? How i can transmit program codes and coefficient data to tas3108?

THX!
I've only done this with an PIC uC.

(page 27 of the datasheet)
I've connected both I2C busses of the TAS together and to the uC,
uC is bus slave at the desired address,
Enable TAS and it will start searching for "eeprom"
On address match you need to point to the program data in your uC, the starting memory address location,
then it will start loading from that point till its done.

When finished you set the uC as bus master (TAS master is powered down automatically)
Now you can control the coefs data with the corresponding I2C addresses made by the PurePath software, also explained in the help files.

Clear? (its about two years ago I worked on this so no insurance )
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