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I2C Code for MSP430F2013

Started by mInfo February 22, 2007
Hello,

Is there anybody who can help with developing firmware code for
MSP430F2013 chip? Simple algorithm. Limited components count. All
components are using I2C bus to communicate.

I just do not have that kind of experience to generate the code by
myself that could start working right away without spending a weeks
for troubleshooting. I prefer somebody with current practical
experience instead. I will appreciate the help.

Thanks in advanced for any help,

Michael

mInfo wrote:
> Hello, > > Is there anybody who can help with developing firmware code for > MSP430F2013 chip? Simple algorithm. Limited components count. All > components are using I2C bus to communicate. > > I just do not have that kind of experience to generate the code by > myself that could start working right away without spending a weeks > for troubleshooting. I prefer somebody with current practical > experience instead. I will appreciate the help. >
There are a few application notes 9with code) on the TI website: http://tinyurl.com/2k5fxu http://tinyurl.com/2tx7r7 http://tinyurl.com/2lg7bf which should get you started. Paul Burke
Are you looking out for this activity to be outsourced. or are you
open to contract programmers

regards
Janaki.
Janaki.satish@softdel.com

On Feb 22, 2:24 pm, "mInfo" <mas...@limosinfo.com> wrote:
> Hello, > > Is there anybody who can help with developing firmware code for > MSP430F2013 chip? Simple algorithm. Limited components count. All > components are using I2C bus to communicate. > > I just do not have that kind of experience to generate the code by > myself that could start working right away without spending a weeks > for troubleshooting. I prefer somebody with current practical > experience instead. I will appreciate the help. > > Thanks in advanced for any help, > > Michael
Janaki,

Yes, I am obviously looking for outsourcing. And my last message was
asking for help in this field. I am not able to accomplish this goal
by myself as I do not have previous experience with MSP430F2013. The
code is very simple but requires the coder with I2C interface
experience.

And you are absolutely right; working directly with contract
programmer is better choice for me instead of dealing with middle man
(or many of them) The code is so simple that doesn't need dozen
programmers to be involved with. :)

Michael



On Feb 26, 1:24 am, "Jsatish" <janakisat...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Are you looking out for this activity to be outsourced. or are you > open to contract programmers > > regards > Janaki. > Janaki.sat...@softdel.com > > On Feb 22, 2:24 pm, "mInfo" <mas...@limosinfo.com> wrote: > > > > > Hello, > > > Is there anybody who can help with developing firmwarecodefor > >MSP430F2013chip? Simple algorithm. Limited components count. All > > components are usingI2Cbus to communicate. > > > I just do not have that kind of experience to generate thecodeby > > myself that could start working right away without spending a weeks > > for troubleshooting. I prefer somebody with current practical > > experience instead. I will appreciate the help. > > > Thanks in advanced for any help, > > > Michael- Hide quoted text - > > - Show quoted text -
mInfo wrote:
> "Jsatish" <janakisat...@gmail.com> wrote: >> "mInfo" <mas...@limosinfo.com> wrote: >> >>> Is there anybody who can help with developing firmwarecodefor >>> MSP430F2013chip? Simple algorithm. Limited components count. >>> All components are usingI2Cbus to communicate. >> >>> I just do not have that kind of experience to generate the >>> code by myself that could start working right away without >>> spending a weeks for troubleshooting. I prefer somebody with >>> current practical experience instead. I will appreciate the >> help. >> >> Are you looking out for this activity to be outsourced. or are >> you open to contract programmers > > Yes, I am obviously looking for outsourcing. And my last message > was asking for help in this field. I am not able to accomplish > this goal by myself as I do not have previous experience with > MSP430F2013. The code is very simple but requires the coder with > I2C interface experience. > > And you are absolutely right; working directly with contract > programmer is better choice for me instead of dealing with middle > man (or many of them) The code is so simple that doesn't need > dozen programmers to be involved with. :)
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