I am evaluating different Linux Plattforms and would like to know:
Is it possible to read synchronous serial data at 300 to 350 kbaud with any Raspberry Pi? I am getting the data as RS422. Thus I will use a level shifter e.g. the MAX42xx. I am getting a differential pair of data lines and a differential pair of clock lines.
I know that the Pi only has a UART (not a USART), thus the serial module cannot handle the clock line / synchronous serial connection. Right?
Would it be possible to use the SPI or I2C to read synchronous serial data?