thankx its working!

Started by omkar vyas in LPC200013 years ago 3 replies

hi all members of lpc2000 by u r support my own design LPC 2104 board its w= orking fine. My confidence is boosted and credit goes to u...

hi all members of lpc2000 by u r support my own design LPC 2104 board its w= orking fine. My confidence is boosted and credit goes to u all! Thanks! what else i can say?? Cheers! Omkar! =20=09=09 --------------------------------- Yahoo! Messenger with Voice. Make PC-to-Phone Calls to the US (and 30+ coun= tries) for 2=A2/min or less. ------------------------ Yahoo! Groups Spo...


Re: Watchdog in LPC2000

Started by Nagaraju in LPC200012 years ago

Thanks Mr.Nishant and Mr.Derbaier, I understood your reply, but when I have feeded the watch dog in master while loop by disabling the...

Thanks Mr.Nishant and Mr.Derbaier, I understood your reply, but when I have feeded the watch dog in master while loop by disabling the all interrupts which i am using in the following manner my system get initialized and once after the initialization of INIT_WatchDog(), Display is not changing which depends on the timer interrupt, communication is working which is interrupt based.I h...


Not LPC2000

Started by Jean-Jacques Dauchot in LPC200011 years ago

Hi All I know its not in the context of this group HAPPY CHRISTMAS AND HAPPY NEW YEAR Regards Jean-Jacques Dauchot Tycho Designs...

Hi All I know its not in the context of this group HAPPY CHRISTMAS AND HAPPY NEW YEAR Regards Jean-Jacques Dauchot Tycho Designs Ltd Unit 20 Merryfield Park Derritt Lane Bransgore Dorset BH23 8AU Tel 01425 672350 Mob 07855 159142 ------------------------------------


How can I detect the part number?

Started by carlochiesa78 in LPC200011 years ago 2 replies

My firmware have to run on different types of LPC2000 mcu (an LPC2388 and an LPC2378 as example). Is there a flash location from where I can...

My firmware have to run on different types of LPC2000 mcu (an LPC2388 and an LPC2378 as example). Is there a flash location from where I can read the exact mcu part number? Any suggestion will be appreciate. ------------------------------------


LCD controller

Started by Nico Bollen in LPC200011 years ago

Hi, I read your posts on the LPC2000 forum about your work on a driver for the LCD controller of the LPC2478. Today I'm working on this too,...

Hi, I read your posts on the LPC2000 forum about your work on a driver for the LCD controller of the LPC2478. Today I'm working on this too, could it be possible to get some sample code of this? because at this moment I'm not getting it to work... Many thanks in advance. Best regards, Nico ------------------------------------


Re: Crossworks' ctl_global_interrupts_enable

Started by Leon in LPC200011 years ago

----- Original Message ----- From: "jefspalace" To: Sent: Saturday, March 22, 2008 12:18 PM Subject: [lpc2000] Crossworks'...

----- Original Message ----- From: "jefspalace" To: Sent: Saturday, March 22, 2008 12:18 PM Subject: [lpc2000] Crossworks' ctl_global_interrupts_enable > Hi all, > > I wonder what is happening in the function > ctl_global_interrupts_enable. Could anyone post code that does the > same thing? I don't want to use the library. For some reason the


Development tools

Started by kenbnny in LPC200015 years ago 6 replies

Guys, Any advice on who is best in the market for the development tools for LPC2000 with Emulators in terms of price and...

Guys, Any advice on who is best in the market for the development tools for LPC2000 with Emulators in terms of price and performace adn ofcourse support. Rgds, Ken


Re: Free LPC2xxx bootloader update tool

Started by tildesign2 in LPC200014 years ago 1 reply

Hi Jim, Can you please send an email to lpc@lpc@... so we can communicate with you directly. We really want to solve this problem and...

Hi Jim, Can you please send an email to lpc@lpc@... so we can communicate with you directly. We really want to solve this problem and help you out. best regards, Tjark --- In lpc2000@lpc2..., Jim Parziale wrote: > How do you get this utility to work? All I get is an error: > &qu


Re: hyperterminal

Started by Leon in LPC200012 years ago

----- Original Message ----- From: "pfeiferspfollie" To: Sent: Tuesday, February 26, 2008 1:27 PM Subject: [lpc2000] hyperterminal > ...

----- Original Message ----- From: "pfeiferspfollie" To: Sent: Tuesday, February 26, 2008 1:27 PM Subject: [lpc2000] hyperterminal > When displaying info from a system, the information becomes scrambled > across the screen outside of the bordered area. Is there a program > available to correct this? Use a different terminal program. I like R


Differences between interfacing SD & MMC to the LPC2000 range

Started by darc...@satlan.co.nz in LPC200013 years ago

Hi all, Please excuse my ignorance of these issues. I\'m only just looking to begin playing with an Olimex LPC2148 dev kit having finally got...

Hi all, Please excuse my ignorance of these issues. I\'m only just looking to begin playing with an Olimex LPC2148 dev kit having finally got the thing up and running with GCC/Insight etc... Because the development board comes with an MMC (and SD?) slot I just assumed this is probably the type of flash device I\'d end up using in our \


Re: Strange effects with CAN controller registers on LPC2388

Started by mcru...@definium.net in LPC200010 years ago 1 reply

Hi There, have you been able to resolve this problem? I am having very similar problems on an Keil MCB2300 board populated with a rev B...

Hi There, have you been able to resolve this problem? I am having very similar problems on an Keil MCB2300 board populated with a rev B processor. I have found nothing in the errata and much like you tried everything I can think of. regards, Mike Hi! > > I'm currently writing a small test program to familiarize myself with > the LPC2000 platform and the CAN interface. My program showed


Re: Digest Number 944

Started by tsvetanusunov in LPC200014 years ago

--- In lpc2000@lpc2..., Steve Franks wrote: > > >Again, I have kids to feed and a company to run. Sorry. > > I notice this keeps coming up. ...

--- In lpc2000@lpc2..., Steve Franks wrote: > > >Again, I have kids to feed and a company to run. Sorry. > > I notice this keeps coming up. Name your price, then. Sounds like it > may become a preffered option for those with no budget for hardware > analysers. Guess philips missed the proverbial boat somewhere in > their usb implementatio


Differences between LPC200 and AVR-8051

Started by nikoo in LPC20009 years ago 7 replies

Hi everyone I am taking Microprocessor Lab this semester. I want to know the differences between LPC2000 and other processors, namely AVR and...

Hi everyone I am taking Microprocessor Lab this semester. I want to know the differences between LPC2000 and other processors, namely AVR and 8051. ------------------------------------


LPC2000 libraries

Started by Gus in LPC200015 years ago

Hello, For newbies (or experts!) I made this library that has almost all functions you need to get your LPC project going. ...

Hello, For newbies (or experts!) I made this library that has almost all functions you need to get your LPC project going. I would be happy to add any other functions. Just send me an e-mail. Please use the company e-mail, off our website.


Re: Is it possible to port uCLinux in LPC2106

Started by atmelbr in LPC200014 years ago

--- In lpc2000@lpc2..., Boris Estudiez wrote: > 01/10/2005 - 12:30 > > AFAIK, You need >2MB program storage so Flash-based MCUs are...

--- In lpc2000@lpc2..., Boris Estudiez wrote: > 01/10/2005 - 12:30 > > AFAIK, You need >2MB program storage so Flash-based MCUs are out, > also is necessary a MMU (Memory Management Unit). > The Atmel AT91R40008 is a very popular device for running uCLinux. > > There is a project that suppo


Re: Peter's questions for Jaya

Started by Jayasooriah in LPC200014 years ago 12 replies

Peter, I am happy to accept your taunt ... --- In lpc2000@lpc2..., Peter Jakacki wrote: > Please tell us if this is for real. Are they your...

Peter, I am happy to accept your taunt ... --- In lpc2000@lpc2..., Peter Jakacki wrote: > Please tell us if this is for real. Are they your own findings? Maybe > you are gleaning off a student perhaps?, and that is why you are not > able to give us any concrete evidence. ***Take this as a friendly taunt, > one that you should be able to refute in a micro


Re: Digest Number 944

Started by Bertrik Sikken in LPC200014 years ago

-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA1 tsvetanusunov wrote: > --- In lpc2000@lpc2..., Steve Franks wrote: >> >> >Again, I have kids to...

-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA1 tsvetanusunov wrote: > --- In lpc2000@lpc2..., Steve Franks wrote: >> >> >Again, I have kids to feed and a company to run. Sorry. >> >> I notice this keeps coming up. Name your price, then. Sounds like it >> may become a preffered option for those with no budget for hardware >>


Software crash with FIQ

Started by Wyss Markus in LPC200013 years ago 10 replies

Hello Normaly, when there is a problem with my LPC2148 it takes me some effort to solve it - at the end it works. There is a lot...

Hello Normaly, when there is a problem with my LPC2148 it takes me some effort to solve it - at the end it works. There is a lot of documentation out there, and a lot of information in this LPC2000 group. Now I find myself lost :) Hopefuly someone can help me... I want to scan a analog signal with a 10kHz rate with the ADC1. For this I use the timer1 match.0 which triggers the conversion...


LPC2138 and ISP

Started by Owen Mooney in LPC200014 years ago 1 reply

I am having no luck with the LPC2000 Flash Utility (V2.2.1) and LPC2138 chips I tried with P14 low (although on the LPC2106 this...

I am having no luck with the LPC2000 Flash Utility (V2.2.1) and LPC2138 chips I tried with P14 low (although on the LPC2106 this doesn't matter as the ISP runs if there is not a valid program in it) I can see the data going into UART0 but the output remains high impedance. I then tried programming a chip on my developoment board (via JTAG) to


Re: Watchdog in LPC2000

Started by Nagaraju in LPC200012 years ago 3 replies

Thanks Mr.Derbaier and Mr.Robert , Its a good way to kick the watchdog as you guys explained.Its far better way than simply feeding the...

Thanks Mr.Derbaier and Mr.Robert , Its a good way to kick the watchdog as you guys explained.Its far better way than simply feeding the watch dog in timer isr without having any knowledge of status of master loop execution.Just go through the following code sequence which i am going to implement.Plz tell me any further modification in the theme if requires. Mr.Robert , I did n...