Bit fields?

Started by uran...@gmail.com in MSP4307 years ago 25 replies

Hi! I am new and start learning MSP430G2553. And i read a book named "MSP430 Microcontroller Basics" in chapter3.2. The book introduce the bit...

Hi! I am new and start learning MSP430G2553. And i read a book named "MSP430 Microcontroller Basics" in chapter3.2. The book introduce the bit fields structure for the header file. But i can't find the bit fields definition in msp430g2553 header file. And it cause me a problem if i want to read or write the single bit of the register. Is there any new way to read or write single bit like bit field...


Using bootstrap loader on MSPF5438A chip

Started by mrai...@hofferflow.com in MSP4307 years ago 2 replies
IAR

We have been using the TI MSPF5438 (non a) chip on several products for several years. Since most of our products are (relatively speaking) low...

We have been using the TI MSPF5438 (non a) chip on several products for several years. Since most of our products are (relatively speaking) low volume, we have been using the on-chip bootstrap loader to install our software. Once we ironed out a few wrinkles, this has worked very well. We are using the IAR workbench, latest full version and are installing the hex file in TI.txt format via the b...


Is the MSP430 a dead end

Started by Paul Curtis in MSP4307 years ago 49 replies

Hi All, I am just wondering whether the (in)activity on this forum is a function of MSP430 customers transitioning to non-MSP430 architectures,...

Hi All, I am just wondering whether the (in)activity on this forum is a function of MSP430 customers transitioning to non-MSP430 architectures, specifically ARM? In days long gone, this group peaked at 1000 messages/month. Last month? 25 messages. Or is it that you're all hanging out in TI's E2E neighbourhood, with this group serving no useful purpose? -- Paul Curtis, Rowley Associa...


What is different TACLK and INCLK ?

Started by Oleg Terentiev in MSP4307 years ago 8 replies

Hi, All! What is different TACLK and INCLK ? I have read about TimerA, I want use it on MSP430F2013. But, I can't catch different betwen...

Hi, All! What is different TACLK and INCLK ? I have read about TimerA, I want use it on MSP430F2013. But, I can't catch different betwen this mnemonic. And - I'm beginner in MSP. ?Oleg Terentiev, ?Russia, Krasnoyarsk ------------------------------------


Interrupt - BSL - Synchronization Error

Started by Giorgio Malservisi in MSP4307 years ago 5 replies

Hello, I am using a development kit for MSP430F149. I do not have a JTAG programming tool, therefore I program it through the B= SL via a USB...

Hello, I am using a development kit for MSP430F149. I do not have a JTAG programming tool, therefore I program it through the B= SL via a USB COM Port. The system worked well until I flashed the code here below which is very ba= sic: my intention was just to play with PWM. Since that moment I cannot reprogram the MSP430F149: The MSPFET =E2=80=94 M= SP430 flash programming utility and th...


m430g2553 project

Started by bdingalls1966 in MSP4307 years ago

i am working a simple code to allow the "brightness" of the onboard led to follow a varying input voltage from 0-3.6v. i have the code to the the...

i am working a simple code to allow the "brightness" of the onboard led to follow a varying input voltage from 0-3.6v. i have the code to the the point that i can see the adc10mem register change state, i am hung up on translating the input to the output for the led. any help would be greatly appreciated. my code below... #include int main(void) { volatile unsigned int A


CCS device set to A, builds for device B!

Started by James Newton in MSP4307 years ago 2 replies

Ok, this one is just weird. I have a project in CCS 5 for which I am setting the device to MSP430F5438 and it is compiling for the...

Ok, this one is just weird. I have a project in CCS 5 for which I am setting the device to MSP430F5438 and it is compiling for the MSP430F5418A! In the code, I have defines that setup different pin definitions depending on the processor. The client uses one of a few processors on their boards, they all run the same basic code, the only differences are which pin is assigned what function an...


Docs About Smart Grid free samples from TI

Started by claudionor_santos2003 in MSP4307 years ago 1 reply

I just received the samples of components listed in this...

I just received the samples of components listed in this link: http://www.ti.com/ww/en/more/solutions/smart-metering.shtml?DCMP=analog_signalchain_mr&HQS=smart metersolution-pr The components included in the box are listed below: "ADS131E08 - Analog Front End for Power Monitoring, Control and Protection;" "AMC1100 - 4.25kVPEAK Isolated Amplifier for e-metering;" "ISO7241C - Quad Channel, 3/1


MSP430G2553 SPI for external ADC

Started by noefvillanueva in MSP4307 years ago 4 replies

Hello Everyone, This is my first post here so please bear with me. Now I'm am working with the MSP430G2553 on the Launch pad to communicate...

Hello Everyone, This is my first post here so please bear with me. Now I'm am working with the MSP430G2553 on the Launch pad to communicate with an external 16 bit ADC MAX1415. I need the higher resolution hence the reason I am not using the on board ADC. Now, I am trying to use SPI communication to connect to this ADC but I tried using the TI sample SPI code but was told it really was not a us...


Reg: CC430F5137 Clock Frequency

Started by goli in MSP4307 years ago 1 reply

Hi, I am using CC430F1537 system on chip for some of the experiments.From the data sheet I got to know that, the radio uses 26MHz clock.But I...

Hi, I am using CC430F1537 system on chip for some of the experiments.From the data sheet I got to know that, the radio uses 26MHz clock.But I like to verify it using a timer or an oscilloscope. Can you please suggest any method to measure the radio clock frequency. Thanks, Sandeep. ------------------------------------


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