LPC2114 - where to buy?

Started by Jukka Marin in comp.arch.embedded15 years ago 2 replies

We'd like to use the Philips LPC2114 in a new design (we need 8 capture channels, a serial port etc.), but all the dealers say the lead time...

We'd like to use the Philips LPC2114 in a new design (we need 8 capture channels, a serial port etc.), but all the dealers say the lead time is 24 weeks. We can't possibly wait this long to have a pilot series manufactured. Is there any place where we could buy, say 50 of these MCU's _now_ or do we need to use some other chip? I would consider using the new Atmel AT91SAM... chips, but the...


Universal IR capturer

Started by Steen Larsen in comp.arch.embedded13 years ago 1 reply

Hi, I have tried to make a universal IR capture for a Freescale MC9S12NE64. My gold is that the output from the controller is compatible...

Hi, I have tried to make a universal IR capture for a Freescale MC9S12NE64. My gold is that the output from the controller is compatible with the Philips Pronto format ( http://home.tiscali.nl/m.majoor/prontoirformats.pdf) The program I been writing is working fine on the remote controls I have on hand. However, the problem is that when I finally think that I have made ...


Problems understanding pin connections

Started by Antti Keskinen in comp.arch.embedded14 years ago 4 replies

Hello ! Can anyone direct me to a good guide which explains the differences between "common" microcontroller pin types, such as "open-drain"...

Hello ! Can anyone direct me to a good guide which explains the differences between "common" microcontroller pin types, such as "open-drain" or "push-pull" etc ? The reason I'm asking this is that I'm trying to connect a TEA5768HL's SWPORT1 to a C8051F320's input port pin and I'm not sure how I should do it to make sure it works correctly. I've contacted Philips asking them the same ...


Today, I had the misfortune

Started by PeteS in comp.arch.embedded13 years ago 68 replies

to visit the NXP (nee Philips) website. I am replacing a legacy part and needed the original datasheet for comparison purposes. It's not a...

to visit the NXP (nee Philips) website. I am replacing a legacy part and needed the original datasheet for comparison purposes. It's not a website, it's marketdroid mental masturbation. We've had these rants before, of course, but I'm getting to the point of writing an open letter to semi mfrs - on the lines of 'just give me the content'. There's a place for javascript (I like the way T...


Philips/NXP AN10358 - anybody?

Started by Didi in comp.arch.embedded12 years ago 1 reply

This is the appnote number which popped up searching on yahoo for "BGW200 Implementation Guide". The link is dead, though, and yahoo don't offer...

This is the appnote number which popped up searching on yahoo for "BGW200 Implementation Guide". The link is dead, though, and yahoo don't offer it cached (looks like someone had put the file there for a short time for someone else to download and removed it). Is there anyone around who has this file and is kind and willing to email it to me (dp at tgi-sci.com )? Thanks, Dimiter ---...


How to install system to ARM7TDMI-S?

Started by bsder in comp.arch.embedded14 years ago 4 replies

Hi I found the LPC2138 ARM7TDMI-S from Philips is a very low-cost board can be used as an embedded router. Can anyone tell me how to install...

Hi I found the LPC2138 ARM7TDMI-S from Philips is a very low-cost board can be used as an embedded router. Can anyone tell me how to install Linux or FreeBSD on to this board's Flash memory? http://www.embeddedartists.com/products/boards/lpc2138_100eth.php Thanks Sam


XA flash API help needed.

Started by Anonymous in comp.arch.embedded15 years ago 1 reply

My project uses a Philips XA-49 microcontroller. I need to use the built-in Flash programming API. I have successfully used it to...

My project uses a Philips XA-49 microcontroller. I need to use the built-in Flash programming API. I have successfully used it to write bytes to flash, but when I request a block erase the call does not return. I am waiting for PWDVLD in the AUXR register. Does anyone out there have experience with this API on this part? Regards, Paul.


Where to buy p89lpc932 in UK

Started by Ian Gold in comp.arch.embedded16 years ago 11 replies

Is is possible to buy hobby quantities of Philips microcontrollers in the UK? I just tried the UK distributor, eurodis, who told me they have...

Is is possible to buy hobby quantities of Philips microcontrollers in the UK? I just tried the UK distributor, eurodis, who told me they have a minimum order of 100 uk pounds. It's so easy to buy PICs that I was complacent about getting another kind of micro- I spent a lot of time learning the 8051 instruction set before checking that I could actually buy these chips. Nigel


AT91R40008 - I2C question.

Started by Johnny in comp.arch.embedded15 years ago 2 replies

I was looking at the Atmel AT91R40008 for a new design. However I realised it dosen't support I2C. Does anyone have a recommendation about...

I was looking at the Atmel AT91R40008 for a new design. However I realised it dosen't support I2C. Does anyone have a recommendation about how to interface a real time clock, and maybe a serial eeprom. Is an I2C bus master a sensible approach, perhaps from Philips? The main objectives are low cost and good availbility. regards, Johnny.


LPC2101-2-3, still preliminary?

Started by rickman in comp.arch.embedded14 years ago 2 replies

I can buy the LPC2101, 2102 or 2103 at Digikey, but the data sheet is still just preliminary and pretty incomplete. Any idea when Philips will...

I can buy the LPC2101, 2102 or 2103 at Digikey, but the data sheet is still just preliminary and pretty incomplete. Any idea when Philips will update the data sheet with full information?


NXP-- WTF?

Started by Spehro Pefhany in comp.arch.embedded13 years ago 67 replies

Okay, so Philips has spun off their semiconductor division (apparently as a whole, unlike Motorola's bifurcated spinoff) into...

Okay, so Philips has spun off their semiconductor division (apparently as a whole, unlike Motorola's bifurcated spinoff) into something called NXP, with a glitzy campaign now underway. If you like some neutral-accented dude named "Steve" who needs his hair combed and movies of people leaping around surging ribbons of somewhat sickly colors: http://www.what-if-you-could.com/ (and links ...


microcontroller memory CRC

Started by Gary Peek in comp.arch.embedded16 years ago 1 reply

Does anyone know what typoe of CRC is being used with the Philips LPC9xx microcontrollers on the user code memory? It is 4 bytes but does not...

Does anyone know what typoe of CRC is being used with the Philips LPC9xx microcontrollers on the user code memory? It is 4 bytes but does not appear to be CRC-32. If the device is erased, or all zeros, the CRc returned is 00 00 00 00. (CRC-16 would return 00 00 as far as I can tell.) -- Gary Peek mailto:mylastname@mycompanyname.com Industrologic, Inc. http://www.indus...


SAA7113H experience

Started by Roger in comp.arch.embedded15 years ago 8 replies

I'm about to start a project using SAA7113 and SAA7129 Philips devices. I've so far not been able to find any useful application notes to...

I'm about to start a project using SAA7113 and SAA7129 Philips devices. I've so far not been able to find any useful application notes to provide advice on how these devices should be connected and used. Does anyone have any experience of using these components and maybe some application notes or proven circuitry that they could share with me please? TIA. Rog.


Powering a LPC2114 ARM7

Started by Bob in comp.arch.embedded16 years ago 8 replies

I am designing a board using a Philips LPC2114 (nice chip). It uses 1.8v for the core, 3.3v for I/O, and I also need 5v for some other circuits...

I am designing a board using a Philips LPC2114 (nice chip). It uses 1.8v for the core, 3.3v for I/O, and I also need 5v for some other circuits on the board. None of them use much current. The power supply is a 12v battery. What is the best way to get these voltages, without running down the battery? Is there a single device, such as a DC/DC converter that can produce these voltages? ...


JPEG hardware encoder

Started by ggditzel in comp.arch.embedded14 years ago 6 replies

Hello, I'm looking for JPEG image processors (encoders). I found only 2, ADV202 from Analog Devices and PM-36 from Zoran. I would appreciate...

Hello, I'm looking for JPEG image processors (encoders). I found only 2, ADV202 from Analog Devices and PM-36 from Zoran. I would appreciate if anyone could point me to similar devices. It doesn't need to be very fast. I intend to capture one frame of NTSC video with Philips' SAA7111, and then do the conversion to JPEG in hardware, with a dedicated IC. I only need a few frames per second...


LPC2101 development kit, which one?

Started by Joerg in comp.arch.embedded14 years ago 29 replies

Hello Folks, The Philips ARM series had been out of my price range but the LPC2101 finally seems to be in reach, meaning under $2 in...

Hello Folks, The Philips ARM series had been out of my price range but the LPC2101 finally seems to be in reach, meaning under $2 in quantity. Now if one wants to try it out which kit would work? I'd have no problem if it was for another one of the ARM chips as they seem to be quite compatible. The only kit for the lower number parts I found at Digikey was the KS2106 LPC210x Kickstar...


Hard to clone Micros.

Started by Guy Macon in comp.arch.embedded15 years ago 14 replies

Unbeliever wrote: > I need a hard to clone Micro. I'd appreciate any input from the illuminati > that inhabit this corner of...

Unbeliever wrote: > I need a hard to clone Micro. I'd appreciate any input from the illuminati > that inhabit this corner of cyberspace. I am aware that PICs with the > security fuses blown are very easy to clone using invasive techniques. I > have seen websites that offer to "recover lost code" from AVRs, Philips > 8051's and others. > > Do any of you guys have any experience in what'


Smartcard reader project

Started by Joe G (Home) in comp.arch.embedded13 years ago 2 replies

Hi All, I would like to develop a simple contact smartcard reader to ISO7816... with a little bit of security... using the Philips TDA8009 IC...

Hi All, I would like to develop a simple contact smartcard reader to ISO7816... with a little bit of security... using the Philips TDA8009 IC and a micro. What cards would you recommend and where would you get them from in small volume. What protocols/standards would you suggest with a little bit of security. Thanks in advance for your suggestions amd info. Regards JG


ARM LPC22xx development tools

Started by okalex in comp.arch.embedded13 years ago 16 replies

Hi folks, Instead of using a Coldfire core (as I wrote in a previous post), I've decided to use the NXP (Philips) LPC2210, as it's cheap and...

Hi folks, Instead of using a Coldfire core (as I wrote in a previous post), I've decided to use the NXP (Philips) LPC2210, as it's cheap and has a large enough memory bus to handle the 4MB SRAM we're going to use. I now need to decide upon a development kit and software tools. The dev. board has to have Ethernet capabilities, preferably using an RTL8019AS, though a CS8900A would be okay,...


Is the 8051 architecture public domain?

Started by Jean Nicolle in comp.arch.embedded15 years ago 6 replies

Lots of companies have 8051 compatible chips... Atmel, Dallas, Philips, Siemens... Is the 8051 CPU public domain, which could explain why so...

Lots of companies have 8051 compatible chips... Atmel, Dallas, Philips, Siemens... Is the 8051 CPU public domain, which could explain why so many guys chose to use it? Or do these guys still have to pay royalties to Intel? Thanks.