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iio_ad5791.c File Reference

Implementation of AD5791 IIO Driver. More...

#include <inttypes.h>
#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <string.h>
#include "iio_ad5791.h"
#include "no-os/error.h"
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Functions

int32_t ad5791_iio_init (struct ad5791_iio_desc **iio_dev, struct ad5791_iio_init_param *init_param)
 Initialize the AD5791 IIO driver. More...
 
int32_t ad5791_iio_remove (struct ad5791_iio_desc *desc)
 Free memory allocated by ad5791_iio_init(). More...
 

Variables

struct iio_device const iio_ad5791_device
 

Detailed Description

Implementation of AD5791 IIO Driver.

Author
Andrei Drimbarean (andre.nosp@m.i.dr.nosp@m.imbar.nosp@m.ean@.nosp@m.analo.nosp@m.g.co.nosp@m.m)

Copyright 2021(c) Analog Devices, Inc.

All rights reserved.

Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are met:

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Function Documentation

◆ ad5791_iio_init()

int32_t ad5791_iio_init ( struct ad5791_iio_desc **  iio_dev,
struct ad5791_iio_init_param init_param 
)

Initialize the AD5791 IIO driver.

Parameters
iio_dev- Pointer to the IIO driver handler.
init_param- Pointer to the initialization structure.
Returns
SUCCESS in case of success, negative error code otherwise.
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◆ ad5791_iio_remove()

int32_t ad5791_iio_remove ( struct ad5791_iio_desc desc)

Free memory allocated by ad5791_iio_init().

Parameters
desc-Pointer to the driver handler.
Returns
SUCCESS in case of success, negative error code otherwise.

Variable Documentation

◆ iio_ad5791_device

struct iio_device const iio_ad5791_device
Initial value:
= {
.num_ch = AD5791_CH_NO,
.channels = (struct iio_channel *)ad5791_channels,
.debug_attributes = NULL,
.buffer_attributes = NULL,
.pre_enable = NULL,
.post_disable = NULL,
.read_dev = NULL,
.debug_reg_read = (int32_t (*)())ad5791_get_register_value,
.debug_reg_write = (int32_t (*)())ad5791_set_register_value
}
iio_channel
Struct describing the scan type.
Definition: iio_types.h:159
ad5791_get_register_value
int32_t ad5791_get_register_value(struct ad5791_dev *dev, uint8_t register_address, uint32_t *value)
Reads the value of a register.
Definition: ad5791.c:184
AD5791_CH_NO
#define AD5791_CH_NO
Definition: iio_ad5791.h:47
iio_channel::attributes
struct iio_attribute * attributes
Definition: iio_types.h:177
NULL
#define NULL
Definition: wrapper.h:64
ad5791_set_register_value
int32_t ad5791_set_register_value(struct ad5791_dev *dev, uint8_t register_address, uint32_t register_value)
Writes data into a register.
Definition: ad5791.c:146