PWM with 60MHz?

Started by gorazd_grkman in LPC200013 years ago 1 reply

on philips offical web site i found this: http://www.semicon ductors.philips.com/markets/mms/products/microcontro ...

on philips offical web site i found this: http://www.semicon ductors.philips.com/markets/mms/products/microcontro llers/support/training_education/faq/lpc2100_family/ Q: What is the fin


Re: New poll for lpc2000

Started by Xtian Xultz in LPC200013 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 LPC200013 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 LPC200013 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 LPC200013 years ago

Ok, its clear to me now (I develop few boards in SMT so please understand...) Em Qua 28 Set 2005 13:57, lpc2100_fan escreveu: > A...

Ok, its clear to me now (I develop few boards in SMT so please understand...) Em Qua 28 Set 2005 13:57, lpc2100_fan escreveu: > A PLCC-48 does not exist, neither do sockets for a package that does > not exist. > > The whole purpose of a PLCC package is easy handling availability of > low cost mechanicle tools .... that all exists for a


Re: New poll for lpc2000

Started by Xtian Xultz in LPC200013 years ago

Ok, its clear to me now (I develop few boards in SMT so please understand...) Em Qua 28 Set 2005 13:57, lpc2100_fan escreveu: > A...

Ok, its clear to me now (I develop few boards in SMT so please understand...) Em Qua 28 Set 2005 13:57, lpc2100_fan escreveu: > A PLCC-48 does not exist, neither do sockets for a package that does > not exist. > > The whole purpose of a PLCC package is easy handling availability of > low cost mechanicle tools .... that all exists for a


Re: New poll for lpc2000

Started by Xtian Xultz in LPC200013 years ago

Ok, its clear to me now (I develop few boards in SMT so please understand...) Em Qua 28 Set 2005 13:57, lpc2100_fan escreveu: > A...

Ok, its clear to me now (I develop few boards in SMT so please understand...) Em Qua 28 Set 2005 13:57, lpc2100_fan escreveu: > A PLCC-48 does not exist, neither do sockets for a package that does > not exist. > > The whole purpose of a PLCC package is easy handling availability of > low cost mechanicle tools .... that all exists for a


Re: lpc2100_fan's objection to CRP thread

Started by Jayasooriah in LPC200012 years ago 6 replies

While lpc2100_fan spoke like any fan would, I must correct a flaw in the core premise based on which lpc2000_fan objects to CRP thread: ---...

While lpc2100_fan spoke like any fan would, I must correct a flaw in the core premise based on which lpc2000_fan objects to CRP thread: --- In lpc2000@lpc2..., "lpc2100_fan" wrote: > ... so far we got > a memory dump of a LPC2104 bootloader, which be no means has any > security options according to Philips. > This is about as irrelevant as


re lpc2100_fan's objection to CRP thread

Started by Jayasooriah in LPC200012 years ago 26 replies

Thank you Brendan for raising the question. When one asks, one must be prepared to listen ... >have you even considered ths...

Thank you Brendan for raising the question. When one asks, one must be prepared to listen ... >have you even considered ths remotest >possibility that the reason Philips aren't replying to your >outstanding question is not becuase they have something to hide I did but in the final analysis my assessment is that it is quite (very) likely that Philips has lots to hide. Read on i


Re: lpc2100_fan's objection to CRP thread

Started by Jayasooriah in LPC200012 years ago

Brendan, I have asked you twice and twice you have not been able to point out which of the facts (F1-F5) you consider not true or not relevant...

Brendan, I have asked you twice and twice you have not been able to point out which of the facts (F1-F5) you consider not true or not relevant in making the remark "A set of 'facts' that may or may not be either true or relevant does not an argument make." You do not have to concur with my analysis. There are those who do and there are those who dont, and there is nothing unu


Re: Cortex M3

Started by paulkimelman in LPC200011 years ago

--- In l...@yahoogroups.com, "lpc2100_fan" wrote: > > Hi Paul, > > just wanted to let you know that I and probably many more people...

--- In l...@yahoogroups.com, "lpc2100_fan" wrote: > > Hi Paul, > > just wanted to let you know that I and probably many more people in > this forum really appreciate your participation and clarifications. Thank you. Glad to help. > To recap this execution out of RAM topic, an M3 based device is more > dependent on the flash performance than an ARM7 based device beca


Re: Info on .....

Started by dave...@dgtech.com in LPC200010 years ago

Quoting frankdejonge99 : > --- In l...@yahoogroups.com, "lpc2100_fan" wrote: > > > > > > > > > > ...for which we are all...

Quoting frankdejonge99 : > --- In l...@yahoogroups.com, "lpc2100_fan" wrote: > > > > > > > > > > ...for which we are all truly thankful... > > > > > > -- > > > Paul Curtis, Rowley Associates Ltd http://www.rowley.co.uk > > > > > > AMEN > > I give up! maybe Frank should be told why this is so humorous to us? ------------------------------


Re: LPC2106: Overclocking the CCLK /PCLK

Started by voltz56 in LPC20008 years ago 1 reply

--- In l...@yahoogroups.com, "Bob T" wrote: > > --- In l...@yahoogroups.com, "voltz56" wrote: > > > > My dev system has a...

--- In l...@yahoogroups.com, "Bob T" wrote: > > --- In l...@yahoogroups.com, "voltz56" wrote: > > > > My dev system has a 16MHz crystal so it can only run at 48MHz without overclocking it i.e. 16 x 3. One multiplier higher would give me 64MHz. The device max is rated as 60MHz.Is it safe to push past this. > > > > Regards, > > J > > > You already answer


Jumping to ISP from user code

Started by ukkie9a in LPC200013 years ago 6 replies

Hello everyone, I have modified the code in the Philips' application note AN10356 for the purpose of building a simple solution to...

Hello everyone, I have modified the code in the Philips' application note AN10356 for the purpose of building a simple solution to in-field firmware updating (over UART0). The idea is that the bootloader does most of the work. My updates are at http://compuphase.com/lpc2100_isp.htm. Kind regards,


Entering ISP mode from user code?

Started by Mukadder CEYHAN in LPC200012 years ago 2 replies

as explained in AN10356 and here: http://www.compuphase.com/lpc2100_isp.htm for entering from user code to bootloader mode. But after...

as explained in AN10356 and here: http://www.compuphase.com/lpc2100_isp.htm for entering from user code to bootloader mode. But after entering the user code what should be done? The "LPC2000 Flash Utility" program from philips does not give any response when entered isp mode from my code in LPC2138. What am I missing? If


Serial ISP mode with the IAR/OLIMEX LPC2148 under Linux ?

Started by armdeveloper in LPC200011 years ago 7 replies

My JTAG pod isn't here yet. I'd like to program the my IAR/OLIMEX LPC2148 board with the In Circuit Serial Programming system. I'm...

My JTAG pod isn't here yet. I'd like to program the my IAR/OLIMEX LPC2148 board with the In Circuit Serial Programming system. I'm running Linux. Has anyone done this ? According to here http://www.compuphase.com/lpc2100_isp.htm , one needs to hold down the P0.14 pin and reset the processor. On this board the P0.14 pin is conveniently brought out to a single pin marked BSL. (...


LPC 2458 ISP Mode from User Code

Started by boru2600 in LPC20006 years ago 24 replies

Greetings, Community. I'm trying to get a LPC 2458 to drop into ISP mode after reset (I have the reset working via the watchdog). I've had a...

Greetings, Community. I'm trying to get a LPC 2458 to drop into ISP mode after reset (I have the reset working via the watchdog). I've had a look around a few forums/websites - including NXP documentation - and this group but the examples I've seen don't work for me. The information I have so far is mostly from the following links: http://www.compuphase.com/lpc2100_isp.htm http://electron...


LPC2000 for only $1.47 USD !

Started by philips_marketing_usa in LPC200013 years ago 9 replies

Philips today announced the 3 newest members of the LPC2000 family, the LPC2101, LPC2102 and LPC2103. Built on 0.16um flash process,...

Philips today announced the 3 newest members of the LPC2000 family, the LPC2101, LPC2102 and LPC2103. Built on 0.16um flash process, with 128-bit wide access, the trio operate up to 70HMz, 63 MIPs, making them the fastest Flash ARM7TDMI- S-based microcontrollers on the market. In addition, the new LPC210x members feature Fast I/O capability allowing bit


LPC2101/02/03 - OTHER VERSIONS PLANNED WITH MORE FLASH ?

Started by Gazelle in LPC200013 years ago 8 replies

Hi - can someone reveal if other members are planned with more internal flash memory ? Is there a roadmap that can be shared ? Will Philips...

Hi - can someone reveal if other members are planned with more internal flash memory ? Is there a roadmap that can be shared ? Will Philips support the Cortex ARM7 family with MMU and internal Digital Rights Management ? We are looking for members with more flash and very low power standby current, whilst RTC is running for (high volume) POS-application ... What will happen


Re: LPC2101/02/03 Datasheet

Started by radoslaw_mitura in LPC200013 years ago

The block diagram in the pdf shows "GENERAL PURPOSE GPIO" mapped to "P0[31:0]" as well as "HIGH SPEED GENERAL PURPOSE GPIO" mapped to the ...

The block diagram in the pdf shows "GENERAL PURPOSE GPIO" mapped to "P0[31:0]" as well as "HIGH SPEED GENERAL PURPOSE GPIO" mapped to the same "P0[31:0]". Does it mean the pins can be connected and controlled by block connected to ARM memory bus or APB bus?