AN-1092 I2C Controlled State Machine
The GPAK5 Configurable Mixed-signal IC (CMIC) family introduces Silego’s first asynchronous state machine (ASM). One of the ASM’s biggest benefits is decreasing the complexity of designs. The SLG46531, the first product in the GPAK5 family, also comes with a slave I2C macro-cell. The combination of the ASM and the I2C macro-cell gives the system engineer nearly unlimited flexibility in constructing their design. For example, counter timings, comparator thresholds, and look-up-tables can be changed during runtime. This application note shows how to reset and restart the state machine via I2C.
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I2C, Asynchronous State Machine, ASM, Loop, Timing Control, Shared Trigger, CNT