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V2Xe, ATMega128 SPI comm.

V2Xe, ATMega128 SPI comm.

V2Xe, ATMega128 SPI comm.

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Is it possible to communicate between the ATMega128 Microcontroller and the V2Xe compass using SPI protocol?

The V2Xe docs says it can only be a slave.  The ATMega128 docs say its SPI can only receive data if it's set to slave, meaning the V2Xe would have to be a master in order to send data to the ATMega 128.  

RE: V2Xe, ATMega128 SPI comm.

Can the ATMMega128 be set to a master?

RE: V2Xe, ATMega128 SPI comm.

(OP)
Yes, the ATMega128 can be set to either master or slave.

I know how to set ATMega128 to master and send commands to the V2Xe, but I don't know how program the ATMega128 to receive data when the V2Xe sends it back in a separate transmission.  I originally thought, set ATMega128=>slave, V2Xe=>master, but V2Xe won't do this.

RE: V2Xe, ATMega128 SPI comm.

Set the ATM as master, and just "ask" the V2Xe for specific data.  Master's recieve data!  The difference between a master and a slave is that the master controls all of the communication.  A slave will only respond, never begin a "conversation".  The master MUST initiate "conversations".

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