Read the code a programmed micro. Is possible?

Started by cippalippa1967 in LPC200011 years ago 2 replies

Hello, I'm trying to read with jtag the programming code in a NXP LPC2103 ARM7 microcontroller; may sameone say me if is possible or not?...

Hello, I'm trying to read with jtag the programming code in a NXP LPC2103 ARM7 microcontroller; may sameone say me if is possible or not? For progamming micro ARM7 I use ULINK and Keil uVision3. thanks Daniele


LEGO NXT is ARM7

Started by rtstofer in LPC200012 years ago 3 replies

According to an article on page 67 of the April 2006 SERVO magazine, LEGO NXT is an ARM7. This is going to make a lot of programmers very...

According to an article on page 67 of the April 2006 SERVO magazine, LEGO NXT is an ARM7. This is going to make a lot of programmers very happy! Preorders shipping July 1. See http://tinyurl.com/qaqyl It should be an interesting summer... Richard Yahoo! Groups Links


ARM7 instruction set

Started by microbit in LPC200014 years ago 8 replies

Hi all, I don't have a proper book yet on the ARM7 instruction set, and I can certainly do with a more thorough up close and...

Hi all, I don't have a proper book yet on the ARM7 instruction set, and I can certainly do with a more thorough up close and personal with it. Does anyone know of a more detailed description of the complete instruction set apart from the QRC somewhere on the web ?


ARM7 ABI for GNU

Started by James Dabbs in LPC200014 years ago 3 replies

I'm looking for info on the ABI GCC uses with ARM7, like how parameters are passed, how the stack is set up, which registers are...

I'm looking for info on the ABI GCC uses with ARM7, like how parameters are passed, how the stack is set up, which registers are saved, etc., for GNU C and C++. I've got to adapt context switches and interrupt service routines within some existing code, and I'm having trouble finding


Nice ARM7 micro from ST: STR71x

Started by Anonymous in LPC200014 years ago 7 replies

Hello all, perhaps interesting for the one or other developer: There is a microcontroller (ARM7 based) from ST. Search for...

Hello all, perhaps interesting for the one or other developer: There is a microcontroller (ARM7 based) from ST. Search for STR710 (144 pin) / STR711 (64 pin). They have up to 256 KB flash, 64 KB ram, USB, CAN, and other things... Development-Board: STR710-EVAL


ARM7 with on-board ethernet

Started by Hugh O'Keeffe in LPC200013 years ago 10 replies

Hi Group, I know that Philips are releasing an LPC2000 part later this year (Q3 according to Rober's last post) with on-board...

Hi Group, I know that Philips are releasing an LPC2000 part later this year (Q3 according to Rober's last post) with on-board ethernet. Anyone know of an ARM7 based MCU available today with on-board ethernet ? Netsilicon is all a quick google found for me. Thanks,


Amontec's Cameleon POD

Started by Blagoj Kupev in LPC200013 years ago 8 replies

Hi to all, I'm new in ARM7 world, and now I'd like to buy jtag compatible interface for debugging/programming issues. I saw that Amontec...

Hi to all, I'm new in ARM7 world, and now I'd like to buy jtag compatible interface for debugging/programming issues. I saw that Amontec offers interesting tool: "Cameleon" that can work as Macraigor's Raven, but i need opinion from experienced users of ARM7 processors. Also I'm considering UJTAG from Keil? Please help me to make right choice, or ma


What is best development package for ARM7?

Started by Cheb_Nourdin in LPC200011 years ago 1 reply

Hello guys, I've read a lot and searched a lot on the internet for suiteble uC dev kit. But let me tell you first what activities the ARM7 uC...

Hello guys, I've read a lot and searched a lot on the internet for suiteble uC dev kit. But let me tell you first what activities the ARM7 uC have to perform. The uC needs to communicate with: * GSM-module (via serial, it just uses an SMS service) * GPS-module (via serial) * SD-card (I've seen doc's that it communicates via SPI) The uC reads: * Several sensors (i.g. gyroscope senso...


Newbie :: Startup File and others

Started by "Ezequiel L. Aceto" in LPC200011 years ago 6 replies

Hello, I'm a newbie in ARM7, I have worked with AVR and other 8bits MCU, and tested some LPC simple programs. But not I'd like to understand...

Hello, I'm a newbie in ARM7, I have worked with AVR and other 8bits MCU, and tested some LPC simple programs. But not I'd like to understand and learn how to work with ARM7 (with LPC2106). I know what's the startup file and why it's needed. But how can I know which is the appropiate one for my project? I have seen like 3 startup files (boot.s crt0.s and startup.s) in different sites, all...


RTC doubt with LPC2368

Started by "Wagner Loebel (GMAIL)" in LPC20009 years ago 6 replies

Hi everybody. I'm Wagner, I'm from Brazil. This is my first post here, I'm starting w= ith ARM7 (I bought a board from ETT -Thailand with...

Hi everybody. I'm Wagner, I'm from Brazil. This is my first post here, I'm starting w= ith ARM7 (I bought a board from ETT -Thailand with LPC2368) and I amazed wi= th this uC, I always worked with COP8 from National (coding in assembly, cr= azy thing !!!) and recently with Z8Encore, but this ARM7 is impressive ! Ok, I run a lot of samples in this board, web server, telnet, USB HID and...


ARM7 in all GPS modules....

Started by medwar19 in LPC200010 years ago 3 replies

Hi All, I've developed a few GPS logger solutions around the LPCs and it's frustrating that most GPS modules have an ARM7 core inside...

Hi All, I've developed a few GPS logger solutions around the LPCs and it's frustrating that most GPS modules have an ARM7 core inside already. The latest u-blox modules have SPI, RS232 and USB ports right off the GPS module which is everything I need but I still have to bolt on another LPC to do a little file system stuff and add a few sensors. Atmel just announced a new micro with...


ARM7 vs ARM9 versus Cortex... LPC2939, obsolesence, etc.

Started by some one in LPC20006 years ago 21 replies

I did a project 4 years ago using an LPC2138, which is an ARM7 device. It has served us very well. I am starting a new project. The...

I did a project 4 years ago using an LPC2138, which is an ARM7 device. It has served us very well. I am starting a new project. The application is machine control. Lots of I/O, real time processing, CAN, USB connectivity, etc. I would like to use the LPC2939, which is an ARM968E-S device. However, for a variety of reasons, I am wondering what the life span of that device might be and ...


Re: KEIL MCB2300 dev board

Started by andyzammy in LPC20009 years ago

--- In l...@yahoogroups.com, "ezekielmudd" wrote: > In the absence of a real answer to your questions, I wanted to give > you a link to: >...

--- In l...@yahoogroups.com, "ezekielmudd" wrote: > In the absence of a real answer to your questions, I wanted to give > you a link to: > > "The Insider's Guide To The NXP (formerly Philips) ARM7-Based > Microcontrollers (LPC21xx): A Complete Introduction To The ARM7-TDMI > Processor Core And NXP New LPC21xx Series" > > You can find it here: > http://www.hitex.co.uk/a


Voice command recognition code for ARM7

Started by kuharp in LPC200010 years ago 9 replies

Hi, Do you know any voice command recognition code(preferably free) for ARM7. Something that would run on for ex. lpc2106. For...

Hi, Do you know any voice command recognition code(preferably free) for ARM7. Something that would run on for ex. lpc2106. For recognizing simple voice commands. -- Peter


Re: ARM7 and quadrature encoders

Started by rtstofer in LPC200010 years ago 2 replies

--- In l...@yahoogroups.com, "roboticsbcn" wrote: > > Hello, > > I need control 2 quadrature encoders. Some ARM7 of Phillips support...

--- In l...@yahoogroups.com, "roboticsbcn" wrote: > > Hello, > > I need control 2 quadrature encoders. Some ARM7 of Phillips support > quadrature encoders to count Up/Down? > > If not, someone knows one specific component to count automaticaly the > position? > > The encoder can supply up to 90000 pluses/second in each channel. > > Thanks! > The LPC2148, am


Re: Accurate delay routine in assembly for ARM7, CortexM3and M0

Started by Alexan_e in LPC20006 years ago

OK, that makes sense. Point taken. You are welcome Alex ----- Original Message ----- From: Phil Young To: l...@yahoogroups.com...

OK, that makes sense. Point taken. You are welcome Alex ----- Original Message ----- From: Phil Young To: l...@yahoogroups.com Sent: Saturday, June 09, 2012 8:27 PM Subject: Re: [lpc2000] Re: Accurate delay routine in assembly for ARM7, CortexM3and M0 Try calling the macro with 1+3 instead of 4 Then you will see why we use extra parentheses -- Sent fro...


Re: ENET in ARM9

Started by sig5...@hotmail.com in LPC200010 years ago

The only ARM9 NXP makes is the LPC3180, but that has no Enet. They bought the Sharp LH7A MCU line, but not sure they have much Enet either. If...

The only ARM9 NXP makes is the LPC3180, but that has no Enet. They bought the Sharp LH7A MCU line, but not sure they have much Enet either. If you want an ARM9 with Enet than I suggest you look at the STR912. I was going to use that but changed my mind and went with the ARM7 LPC2468 instead. From some tests I saw it looked like the dual bus ARM7 handled Enet faster than the ARM9 STR912. But...


Building GCC for ARM7 and Cortex-M0/M3

Started by ogautherot in LPC20008 years ago 4 replies

Greetings to the GCC experts :-) I've done some research on how to compile GCC for the ARM cores and found a number of articles - including a...

Greetings to the GCC experts :-) I've done some research on how to compile GCC for the ARM cores and found a number of articles - including a link to CodeSourcery G++ to avoid all the trouble. It all sounds great but left me with a doubt: how can I build a compiler that supports all LPC2388 (ARM7), LPC1765 (Cortex-M3) and LPC1114 (Cortex-M0)? The articles state only 1 architecture at a time, re...


ARM Source for Jpeg Compress

Started by ovenarm in LPC200014 years ago

In my Project, I need a Jpeg Encode/Decode. I want to do this job with LP2104 or other ARM7 process. who did thi job, where i can...

In my Project, I need a Jpeg Encode/Decode. I want to do this job with LP2104 or other ARM7 process. who did thi job, where i can get jpeg compress source with ARM7? Thank you!


Re: selecting Ethernet PHY for LPC2378

Started by dush...@yahoo.co.in in LPC200011 years ago 1 reply

DB83838I I am new to this group and just started learning about ARM7 controller which i intend to use in > my new project. I was looking for...

DB83838I I am new to this group and just started learning about ARM7 controller which i intend to use in > my new project. I was looking for a ARM7 with on-chip Ethernet controller > and zeroed in on LPC2378. I have not worked with ethernet earlier and i would like to > get some information on Ethernet PHY. Could anyone pls tell me about the > factors to be looked into while selecting a Ethern