Hello from New memeber

Started by Sridhar gadda in LPC200015 years ago 3 replies

Hello to everyone in this group. I like to congratulates for setting up this group for LPC2000 family users. I am using...

Hello to everyone in this group. I like to congratulates for setting up this group for LPC2000 family users. I am using lpc2129 and keil's ?vision3 for my applications. Its a first experience for me. I have one question and I would apprerciate to get answers for it. I have seen


Re: External address decoding

Started by grapevinetech in LPC200014 years ago

Hi, The past is coming to life again.... I just found the message below that was sent almost a year ago to the LPC2000 forum and...

Hi, The past is coming to life again.... I just found the message below that was sent almost a year ago to the LPC2000 forum and I'm just attempting to do the same thing as the original poster. Having looked at this, I have come to the same conclusion as Bill - use XCLK to produce a new derived CS dependent on the address. The


Re: Free LPC2000 Boot Loader

Started by Martin Maurer in LPC200013 years ago 1 reply

> From: "jayasooriah" > I like to but open source approach could potentially infringe on > Philips's rights to keeping chip initialisation...

> From: "jayasooriah" > I like to but open source approach could potentially infringe on > Philips's rights to keeping chip initialisation methods a secret. > Suggestions anyone? Ask Philips ? I think they are reading the mailinglist, perhaps they can clarify it... Regards, Martin


include paths

Started by jdauchot in LPC200010 years ago 5 replies

Hi I know this is not a LPC2000 topic, but as you all are nice people, I will dare ask the question. I have installed the latest Yagarto...

Hi I know this is not a LPC2000 topic, but as you all are nice people, I will dare ask the question. I have installed the latest Yagarto tools and Eclipse IDE Galileo. I would like to know how to tell the IDE etc where to find the files from the arm-elf directories. Regards Jean-Jacques ------------------------------------


Programming tools for Linux

Started by "Ezequiel L. Aceto" in LPC200012 years ago 10 replies

Hello everybody, I have migrated all my PC to linux, and compiling my ARMs project with GNU GCC is working, but I didn't find any programming...

Hello everybody, I have migrated all my PC to linux, and compiling my ARMs project with GNU GCC is working, but I didn't find any programming tool to download my code into the LPC2000 chips. Any suggestion? Thanks very much Ezequiel


Flash Code Protection

Started by levy_ariel in LPC200013 years ago 28 replies

Hi All, I am burning the internal flash of LPC2212 using PHILIPS LPC2000 flash utility. Is there a way to make the code protected?

Hi All, I am burning the internal flash of LPC2212 using PHILIPS LPC2000 flash utility. Is there a way to make the code protected?


Multitasking

Started by Amor in LPC20009 years ago 3 replies

Hi,I need to learn multitasking for lpc2000. Please recommend me a good C/C++ book where I can learn parallel programming,...

Hi,I need to learn multitasking for lpc2000. Please recommend me a good C/C++ book where I can learn parallel programming, multitasking, threading, semaphores. BR Aamir


Re: Watchdog in LPC2000

Started by derbaier in LPC200012 years ago 1 reply

--- In l...@yahoogroups.com, "Nagaraju" wrote: > > Thanks Mr.Nishant and Mr.Derbaier, > I understood your reply, but when I have...

--- In l...@yahoogroups.com, "Nagaraju" wrote: > > 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


Re: undefined symbol

Started by Martin Maurer in LPC200012 years ago

Hello Terima Kasih, > other caller func seem to be ok. > I don't know what to do.can you guys help me. > for information, I using gp4020...

Hello Terima Kasih, > other caller func seem to be ok. > I don't know what to do.can you guys help me. > for information, I using gp4020 from mitel(contain arm7tdmi) this group is about LPC2000 family of NXP (Philips). So your question is some kind of off-topic. But nevertheless your question looks to be hardware independant. Can you tell us what build environment your are using ? G


Re: Digest Number 921

Started by Steve Franks in LPC200014 years ago

> > --- In lpc2000@lpc2..., Tom Walsh wrote: > > MicroSoft Windows? > > > > Yes, I did not see driver for any other system prepared...

> > --- In lpc2000@lpc2..., Tom Walsh wrote: > > MicroSoft Windows? > > > > Yes, I did not see driver for any other system prepared by Philips ;). > Well, I see you dont'l like M$ Windows (I'm not suprised :) ) but my > question was serious. I know that one man has run it under Win98 but, > as he


UART TX FIFO and INTs problem

Started by forum_microbit in LPC200016 years ago 43 replies

Hi all, [I'm reposting on the URL, the new lpc2000 address doesn't seem to wor I'm a bit stuck with this one, and hope...

Hi all, [I'm reposting on the URL, the new lpc2000 address doesn't seem to wor I'm a bit stuck with this one, and hope someone has some advice, I must be overlooking something and I just don't see it....... I'm using Two 256 byte circular buffers for RX and TX In


Questions about librarys

Started by ricardooliveirasouza in LPC200015 years ago 1 reply

I'm a beginner in LPC2000 and I'm developing a program for lpc2210. I have these questions: 1) Is newlib the best library...

I'm a beginner in LPC2000 and I'm developing a program for lpc2210. I have these questions: 1) Is newlib the best library option for memory allocation usage? 2) Does anyone have expecience with uclibc or diet libc? what's the best? 3)


Production Programming

Started by edmiller613 in LPC200015 years ago 6 replies

Does anyone have information regarding production programming (prior to installation in PCB) of the LPC2000 family? It...

Does anyone have information regarding production programming (prior to installation in PCB) of the LPC2000 family? It appears that neither BP Microsystems nor Data IO provide support.


TCP/IP Port mapping

Started by Mark Butcher in LPC200014 years ago 1 reply

Hi All Now this may seem a bit of a strange question at the lpc2000 group but I know that there are some bright sparks out there who...

Hi All Now this may seem a bit of a strange question at the lpc2000 group but I know that there are some bright sparks out there who may be able to help. [Background: I have been a member of the group for quite a while and have been looking around for a good group for discussion of TCP/IP issues but have been shocked at the relative lack o


GCC compiler - is the heap at all used?

Started by Jean-Sebastien Stoezel in LPC20009 years ago

Hello, I use winarm to develop for the LPC2000 microcontroller family, mostly in C++. Is the heap at all used even if I make no calls to...

Hello, I use winarm to develop for the LPC2000 microcontroller family, mostly in C++. Is the heap at all used even if I make no calls to malloc/new and do not use STL? Can I set this section to a size of zero? How to check the size of the heap programmatically? Thanks, Jean ------------------------------------


Re: New poll for lpc2000

Started by Xtian Xultz in LPC200014 years ago

I understand, my question is, why not have a PLCC48 instead a PLCC44? Is it impossible to not have a PLC44 but only a PLCC48? Em Ter...

I understand, my question is, why not have a PLCC48 instead a PLCC44? Is it impossible to not have a PLC44 but only a PLCC48? Em Ter 27 Set 2005 19:32, lpc2100_fan escreveu: > Hi, > > there is a 48-pin LQFP package and that is just fine as is, the story > is about the PLCC package, which is easier to handle but afaik does &g


Re: New poll for lpc2000

Started by Xtian Xultz in LPC200014 years ago

I understand, my question is, why not have a PLCC48 instead a PLCC44? Is it impossible to not have a PLC44 but only a PLCC48? Em Ter...

I understand, my question is, why not have a PLCC48 instead a PLCC44? Is it impossible to not have a PLC44 but only a PLCC48? Em Ter 27 Set 2005 19:32, lpc2100_fan escreveu: > Hi, > > there is a 48-pin LQFP package and that is just fine as is, the story > is about the PLCC package, which is easier to handle but afaik does &g


Re: New poll for lpc2000

Started by Xtian Xultz in LPC200014 years ago

I understand, my question is, why not have a PLCC48 instead a PLCC44? Is it impossible to not have a PLC44 but only a PLCC48? Em Ter...

I understand, my question is, why not have a PLCC48 instead a PLCC44? Is it impossible to not have a PLC44 but only a PLCC48? Em Ter 27 Set 2005 19:32, lpc2100_fan escreveu: > Hi, > > there is a 48-pin LQFP package and that is just fine as is, the story > is about the PLCC package, which is easier to handle but afaik does &g


LPC italian distributor

Started by ualbe in LPC200014 years ago 1 reply

Dear LPC group, Could someone suggest me an italian distributor of LPC2000 series with technical support? Tanhks in advance ...

Dear LPC group, Could someone suggest me an italian distributor of LPC2000 series with technical support? Tanhks in advance Alberto


CAN baudrate/processor

Started by vanewend in LPC200014 years ago

Hi, I'm a student and I joined the lpc2000 group awhile ago. I have just been reading and looking information to my school project. I'm...

Hi, I'm a student and I joined the lpc2000 group awhile ago. I have just been reading and looking information to my school project. I'm using LPC2129. I'm going to build CAN network and I have slight problem, or I think so, to get my CAN work at 1 Mbit. My settings are: void processorInit(void) { // set PLL multiplier &