Choice of compiler for MSP432

Started by "'Pe...@ozemail.com.au [msp430]" in MSP4302 years ago 12 replies

Can anyone tell me what choices for a C compiler there are with the new MSP432? I have tried CCS6 but am having problems installing it. IT...

Can anyone tell me what choices for a C compiler there are with the new MSP432? I have tried CCS6 but am having problems installing it. IT seems that I am not the only one. Thanks Peter


SD24 to sample a resistive bridge with pulsed bridge supply

Started by "Mat...@pentax.boerde.de [msp430]" in MSP4302 years ago 18 replies

Hi, I want to use the SD24 (24 bit ADC in the MSP430AFE2x3) to sample a resistive strain gauge bridge (load cell) with 350ohms directly....

Hi, I want to use the SD24 (24 bit ADC in the MSP430AFE2x3) to sample a resistive strain gauge bridge (load cell) with 350ohms directly. This is no rocket science in case the bridge supply is at a DC reference voltage. But I want to save power! The bridge supply is power hungry (2.5V at 350 ohms). My idea is to pulse the bridge supply e.g. 10 times per second (the load is stable) and ...


Random number generator in assembler

Started by "'Pe...@ozemail.com.au [msp430]" in MSP4302 years ago 8 replies

Does anyone know of a simple way of randomising some data in assembler. I want to send a RF signal between noon and 1300 hours. There are quite a...

Does anyone know of a simple way of randomising some data in assembler. I want to send a RF signal between noon and 1300 hours. There are quite a few transmitters and I do not want them to all send off at once. Each has a unique ID numbered from 1-65000. TIA Peter Peter Grey


FYI: A new MSP430 coming [MSP432 ARM]

Started by "Fri...@fl.priv.at [msp430]" in MSP4303 years ago 13 replies

See this thread: http://forum.43oh.com/topic/6446-a-new-msp430-coming-msp432-arm/ ------------------------------------ Posted by: Friedrich...

See this thread: http://forum.43oh.com/topic/6446-a-new-msp430-coming-msp432-arm/ ------------------------------------ Posted by: Friedrich Lobenstock ------------------------------------ ------------------------------------ Yahoo Groups Links To visit your group on the web, go to: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/msp430/ Your email settings: Individ


openMSP430

Started by "Leo...@btinternet.com [msp430]" in MSP4303 years ago 1 reply

The openMSP430 is a synthesisable 16bit microcontroller core written in Verilog: http://opencores.org/project,openmsp430 Leon -- Leon...

The openMSP430 is a synthesisable 16bit microcontroller core written in Verilog: http://opencores.org/project,openmsp430 Leon -- Leon Heller G1HSM ------------------------------------ Posted by: Leon Heller ------------------------------------ ------------------------------------ Yahoo Groups Links To visit your group on the web, go to: http://


Need help with msp430 software

Started by "'Mi...@sbcglobal.net [msp430]" in MSP4303 years ago 10 replies

Reg, I have just joined the msp430 group and am having trouble finding correct info on programming one of the chips in the set. 24F169 64 pin...

Reg, I have just joined the msp430 group and am having trouble finding correct info on programming one of the chips in the set. 24F169 64 pin device and have not had much luck programming the BLINKER demo (partially because the pin outs in the example are for the wrong port). Do you know of a good reference book on using the CCS compiler under Windows XP or a suitable replacement such as IAR...


CCS 6 on Linux

Started by "Reg...@yahoo.com [msp430]" in MSP4303 years ago 3 replies

Has anyone got this working reasonably on any Linux? I'm using CentOS. I got it to create a project, build, load and run the OutofBox demo for...

Has anyone got this working reasonably on any Linux? I'm using CentOS. I got it to create a project, build, load and run the OutofBox demo for the F5529 LaunchPad, but that is all. I'm not even sure I could reproduce that :-( I had loaded a blinky demo using Energia, so it really did load and build the OutofBox demo. The first time I pressed button 2 to get the rocket, it kernel panicked my...


Launchpad clock jitter: What should I expect?

Started by "Reg...@yahoo.com [msp430]" in MSP4303 years ago 2 replies

I'm seeing more jitter than I would like in the length of a pulse (e.g. 120= us) generated by timer A in PWM mode=A0 using ACLK from the 32 KHz...

I'm seeing more jitter than I would like in the length of a pulse (e.g. 120= us) generated by timer A in PWM mode=A0 using ACLK from the 32 KHz xtal on= a G2553 Launchpad.=A0 An eyeball estimate is a standard deviation of 15 ns= . I've pulled the header pins that connect to the xtal and removed the zer= o ohm jumpers. That improved things a lot, but I'd like better if possible= . Is there...


Problems with IAR and programming

Started by "'Pe...@ozemail.com.au [msp430]" in MSP4303 years ago 13 replies

I have a target board with a MSP430FR5729. I am using IAR EW6.5 and a MSP430-FETUIF. I have a MSP-TS430PW28 connected to the FET module and...

I have a target board with a MSP430FR5729. I am using IAR EW6.5 and a MSP430-FETUIF. I have a MSP-TS430PW28 connected to the FET module and 4 wires going to my target board (Vcc, ground, Test, RST). I have used this sort of setup many times. My target board has a 12V input and it generates 11volts to be used on board to generate 3.3V and a few other DC voltages. When I connect the cable from ...


Problem loading my program into a MSP430FR5729

Started by "'Pe...@ozemail.com.au [msp430]" in MSP4303 years ago 3 replies
IAR

I have not worked with this chip before. I am using assembler and IAR Version 6.52. I have a USB-FET and a target board. In the past I...

I have not worked with this chip before. I am using assembler and IAR Version 6.52. I have a USB-FET and a target board. In the past I have programmed the FR5728 without any problems. It does not recognise the device. I select this device in the options tab. I also select the MSP430F5XX heading as there is none for the FR57XX. There is only the FR59XX but this is for C only. Has anyone expe...


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