WOW, 32-bit ARM flash controller for $1.47 from Philips

Started by An Schwob in the USA in comp.arch.embedded12 years ago 5 replies

Hi everybody, The LPC2000 forum on Yahoo http://groups.yahoo.com/group/lpc2000/ had a posting today that I consider a huge step towards having...

Hi everybody, The LPC2000 forum on Yahoo http://groups.yahoo.com/group/lpc2000/ had a posting today that I consider a huge step towards having 32-bit micros in almost all applications. An ARM7 device running a stunning 70 MHz starting at $1.47! It has strong communication features such as two 16550 compatible UARTS, 1 SPI, 1 SSP, 2 I2C, 8-channel 10-bit ADC and a Real Time Clock that can b...


ANN: Armaide - New development system for LPC2000

Started by cfb in comp.arch.embedded9 years ago

Armaide is an integrated development system for writing native ARM software to run on the NXP LPC2000 family of microcontrollers....

Armaide is an integrated development system for writing native ARM software to run on the NXP LPC2000 family of microcontrollers. The programming language used is Oberon-07, an evolution of Pascal and Modula-2. Programmers with experience of either of these languages can adapt to Oberon with minimal effort. Oberon's type-safety and module consistency-checking features make it ideal for the de...


HEX file in LPC2000 Flash Utility

Started by sarah in comp.arch.embedded10 years ago 10 replies

Hello there I am upgrading MCU on our MICR check reader with the LPC2000 Flash Utility V2.2.2. This device is connected to serial port (DB9f). I...

Hello there I am upgrading MCU on our MICR check reader with the LPC2000 Flash Utility V2.2.2. This device is connected to serial port (DB9f). I do the steps with the manual I have. In this manual, first I read the Part ID and Boot Loader ID of the device. Then I erase and Blank check. All these parts are done properly but when I want to Upload my HEX file to the flash the Error message is o...


LPC2000 CAN project

Started by gossamer in comp.arch.embedded2 years ago 6 replies

Greetings! I have just join this group as it might be a good place to have some chat about NXP projects. I want to make OBD2 scanner using...

Greetings! I have just join this group as it might be a good place to have some chat about NXP projects. I want to make OBD2 scanner using one of the LPC chips. Now, I dont have any experience with CAN protocol, but I read about it and kind of understand how it works. What is not clear is if filtering of the messages is done by MCU or CAN controller ? I found most of implementations is aroun...


eCos on Phillips LPC2000/LPC2194

Started by Ian McDonnell in comp.arch.embedded12 years ago 1 reply

I about to embark on porting eCos to the ARM-based Phillips LPC2194 controller. Does anyone know if this (or similar) has been done...

I about to embark on porting eCos to the ARM-based Phillips LPC2194 controller. Does anyone know if this (or similar) has been done already? This message was sent using the comp.arch.embedded web interface o www.EmbeddedRelated.com


Spec Int figures for ARM and Xscale.

Started by ghazanhaider in comp.arch.embedded11 years ago 2 replies

I've seen plenty of MIPS numbers for ARM, but I'm looking for SpecInt95 SpecFP95 and SpecInt2000 for ARM7TDMI ARM9xxx MPUs, especially for...

I've seen plenty of MIPS numbers for ARM, but I'm looking for SpecInt95 SpecFP95 and SpecInt2000 for ARM7TDMI ARM9xxx MPUs, especially for the LPC2000 and atmel microcontrollers. Information for the Xscale chips would be good too. Google hasnt yielded much except a few confusing student papers. Where can I look?


Maxim MAXQ MCU

Started by Leon Heller in comp.arch.embedded13 years ago 12 replies

I've just received some info on the new Maxim MAXQ microcontroller. It looks rather interesting and is aimed at the PIC/AVR/MSP430 part of the...

I've just received some info on the new Maxim MAXQ microcontroller. It looks rather interesting and is aimed at the PIC/AVR/MSP430 part of the market. Whether we need another 8- or 16-bit architecture is debatable with cheap 32-bit devices like the LPC2000 becoming available, but I'd like to have a play with it. Leon -- Leon Heller, G1HSM Email: aqzf13@dsl.pipex.com My low-cost Phi...


LPC2000

Started by Artem in comp.arch.embedded12 years ago 3 replies

Hi all. Could anyone explane me about ARM timing. I have a LPC2294 and external RAM (32, 0ws). Source: while(1) { volatile...

Hi all. Could anyone explane me about ARM timing. I have a LPC2294 and external RAM (32, 0ws). Source: while(1) { volatile uint32_t* extRam = (uint32_t*)0x80000000; register uint32_t zero = 0; register uint32_t one = 0xffffffff; extRam[0] = zero; extRam[0] = one; extRam[0] = zero; extRam[0] = one; ........................ ........................ extRam[0] ...


Open source GPL Schematic and PCB Editing software

Started by Anton Erasmus in comp.arch.embedded12 years ago 5 replies

Hi, The following link for Schematic and PCB editing software has been posted on the lpc2000 yahoo...

Hi, The following link for Schematic and PCB editing software has been posted on the lpc2000 yahoo group. http://www.lis.inpg.fr/realise_au_lis/kicad/ Looks like it runs under both Linux and Windows. The documentation is mostly in French, and it looks like they are looking for people to help translate the documentation into English. Regards Anton Erasmus


Embest offers SBCs with flexible design

Started by Anonymous in comp.arch.embedded11 years ago 2 replies

Embest now offers a series of single board computers with low cost and flexible design. The boards are based on ARM7 or ARM9 CPU like S3C44B0,...

Embest now offers a series of single board computers with low cost and flexible design. The boards are based on ARM7 or ARM9 CPU like S3C44B0, S3C2410, LPC2000, etc. And features with Ethernet, bluetooth, USB, IDE and so on. Special ODM/OEM service can be also provided. More information can be found at: http://www.armkits.com/Product/sbc2410II.asp


Lowest power ARM

Started by ghazanhaider in comp.arch.embedded11 years ago 1 reply

I'm looking for the lowest power arm with an external bus and MMU. It should be able to run Linux, even if theres no readily available toolchain...

I'm looking for the lowest power arm with an external bus and MMU. It should be able to run Linux, even if theres no readily available toolchain for it. So It should be ARM720T or higher. The Atmel ARM9 parts are the only ones that support 1.8V external bus, where I can use low-power SRAM working on 1.8V. Every other ARM is 3.3V at their external bus, including the LPC2000 ones. I'll probab...


Math computing time statistics for ARM7TDMI and MSP430

Started by Tilmann Reh in comp.arch.embedded11 years ago 61 replies

Hello, for an estimation of required computing time I would like to roughly know the time that current controllers need for math...

Hello, for an estimation of required computing time I would like to roughly know the time that current controllers need for math operations (addition/subtraction, multiplication, division, and also logarithm) in single and/or double precision floating point format (assuming common compilers). The MCUs in question are ARM7TDMI of NXP/Atmel flavour (LPC2000 or SAM7), and Texas MSP430. ...


C++ hardware library for (small) 32-bit micro-controllers

Started by Wouter van Ooijen in comp.arch.embedded4 years ago 48 replies

(posted to comp.lang.c++, comp.arch.embedded, yahoo-groups/lpc2000) I am working on a portable C++ hardware library for real-time...

(posted to comp.lang.c++, comp.arch.embedded, yahoo-groups/lpc2000) I am working on a portable C++ hardware library for real-time applications on small (but still 32-bit) micro-controllers. My typical (and current only) target is the Cortex M0 LPC1114FN28 (4k RAM, 32K Flash) using GCC. Efficiency is very important, in run-time, RAM use, and ROM use. The typical restrictions for small mi...