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Design and implementation of a high speed Serial Peripheral Interface
Anand N, , Oommen S.S,
Published in IEEE
Serial Peripheral Interface is a synchronous protocol that allows serial communication between a master and a slave device. The purpose of this paper is to provide a full description of a high speed SPI Master/Slave implementation. The designs are based on Motorola's SPI Block Guide V03.06. This paper discusses design approaches that can offer prospective ways of controlling SPI-bus, incorporating the flexibility of handling two slaves at a time. Starting from the initial specifications till the final physical design, the design phases are systematically elaborated. The whole design is implemented in Verilog 2001, and mapped onto Xilinx's Virtex 5 FPGA devices. © 2014 IEEE.
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