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SS is a method of using a few pins to designate which chip of multiple chips that the SPI is sending data to. If your RFID chip is always communicating/reading/writing based on the clock line, then the SS line is not needed.
You can manually control the Reset pin on a GPIO pin, and then just program the code to do what you want with it.
It sounds like this arduino example course: Arduino Playground - MFRC522
will have the information you are looking for. Try reading the information there, and see if you can't get it going
If you are using PSoC4 SCB SPI as a master, you could select '0' for number of SS.
I have tried it by making number of slaves 0. but It did not work for us.
I have read this. And try to implement this. But what is state of reset pin when it is reading?
A lot of chips use the reset as active-low; When the reset pin is pulled low, the chip resets. I suspect the reset pin is HIGH unless you run into errors/trouble, and then you can reset the chip to try to fix the issue.
I have tried for both I2C and SPI..but none of them work for me.....For i2c i am using the code that is given in https://www.element14.com/community/thread/26606/l/psoc-4-pioneer-kit-community-project081-near-field-communication-nfc-…
Did I2C or SPI get any ACK?
Is the issue caused by I2C/SPI communication failed, or some configurations are not suitable?