I am trying to understand how does this function works even though there are so many people complaining about it. My questions are these:
1) What is the difference between using this in my code:
HAL_SPI_Transmit (SPI_HandleTypeDef *hspi, uint8_t *pData, uint16_t Size, uint32_t Timeout) HAL_SPI_Receive (SPI_HandleTypeDef *hspi, uint8_t *pData, uint16_t Size, uint32_t Timeout)
HAL_SPI_TransmitReceive (SPI_HandleTypeDef *hspi, uint8_t *pTxData, uint8_t *pRxData, uint16_t Size, uint32_t Timeout)
I mean, if I use the Transmit function first and then immediately after it, I use the Receive function what's the difference with using only the TransmitReceive?
The only problem I can think of is that of receiving while sending. For example let's say that I want to send 4 bytes to the Slave and receive from it 7 bytes. Then there are 2 scenarios:
1st Scenario: If my Slave device sends data only after the Master has sent all its data, which means that the Slave is going to wait the Master to send 4 bytes and then it (Slave) will start to send its data then the code that should work is the
because as far as I can think of, the TransmitReceive will start to receive from the beginning, so the first 4 receive bytes are going to be trash and the last 3 received are going to be the first 3 transmitted from the Slave?
2nd Scenario: If my Slave device sends data after the Master has sent only the first byte of its data, which means that the Slave is going to wait the Master to send 1 byte and then it (Slave) will start to send its data then the code that should work is the
(12 = 4 + 7 + one byte which is the first received byte, which is a dummy one because the Slave starts transmitting after the 1st byte is sent by the Master).
2) How does uint16_t Size variable used in the TransmitReceive function? If I want to send 4 bytes and simultaneously receive 7 am I going to use 11 in the function variable?