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Other ARM email lists?

Started by Brett Delmage January 6, 2005
Can anyone provide pointers to email lists like this one for other ARM
families, like Atmel or OKI, or ARM manufacturer-agnostic? I am aware of
the comp.sys.arm newsgroup

This list appears to be an incredible resource and I am very much
considering an LPC2292 for my next project, having read the user manual
and the list here for a while. Thanks to the many contributors here,
including Philips! I feel I've learned much already just reading your
messages.

If anyone has an experience with the Phytec dev board with 2294 and
JTAG, I'd appreciate hearing from you. I've had a hell of a time trying
to get the JTAG to work on the loaner I have. Can anyone tell me the
JTAG ID, instruction length, etc. for the 2292? I may not have that
right.

cheers,
Brett
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Brett Delmage <



An Engineer's Guide to the LPC2100 Series


Hi

There is http://groups.yahoo.com/group/OKI-ARM-mcus/

best regards

John

--- In , Brett Delmage <BDelmage@J...> wrote:
> Can anyone provide pointers to email lists like this one for other ARM
> families, like Atmel or OKI, or ARM manufacturer-agnostic? I am aware of
> the comp.sys.arm newsgroup
>
> This list appears to be an incredible resource and I am very much
> considering an LPC2292 for my next project, having read the user manual
> and the list here for a while. Thanks to the many contributors here,
> including Philips! I feel I've learned much already just reading your
> messages.
>
> If anyone has an experience with the Phytec dev board with 2294 and
> JTAG, I'd appreciate hearing from you. I've had a hell of a time trying
> to get the JTAG to work on the loaner I have. Can anyone tell me the
> JTAG ID, instruction length, etc. for the 2292? I may not have that
> right.
>
> cheers,
> Brett
> --
> Brett Delmage <BDelmage@J...>




--- In , Brett Delmage <BDelmage@J...> wrote:
> Can anyone provide pointers to email lists like this one for other
ARM
> families, like Atmel or OKI, or ARM manufacturer-agnostic? I am
aware of
> the comp.sys.arm newsgroup
>
> This list appears to be an incredible resource and I am very much
> considering an LPC2292 for my next project, having read the user
manual
> and the list here for a while. Thanks to the many contributors here,
> including Philips! I feel I've learned much already just reading
your
> messages.

If you are looking for good user support for an ARM part, I don't know
that you will do any better than the Philips parts and this group. I
am still amazed at how this family of parts has so rapidly spawned
user support while other very similar parts by different manufacturers
seem to be ignored.

I guess the compactness of the physical part impresses people...

I originally considered the OKI ARM parts when the Philips parts were
not out and continued to evaluate the OKI parts while the Philips
parts did not have an external data bus. I even started the
OKI-ARM-MCU yahoo group. But it still has relatively few members and
pretty much no activity. In the end, my design has ended up with a
custom CPU inside the FPGA already on the board. So I am not using
any ARM part.

I would also like to point you to the www.gnuarm.com site for binary
and source for the GNU ARM C toolset.