flash

Started by Claro Louie July 23, 2007
hi guys:

may I ask if the MSP430F2234 can emulate/imitate EEPROM using Flash? If so, what is the maximum EEPROM memory that it can imitate?? thnks a lot ... replies would be greatly appreciated....

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Beginning Microcontrollers with the MSP430

The "information memory" section of the flash memory can be used to
store data during run-time, emulating/imitating some non-volatile
memory. According to the user guide, looks like you have 4 64-byte
segments of information memory. Make sure you consult the memory map
and understand the limitations of using flash for this though...

Walter Wrye

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> hi guys:
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> may I ask if the MSP430F2234 can emulate/imitate EEPROM using
Flash? If so, what is the maximum EEPROM memory that it can imitate??
thnks a lot ... replies would be greatly appreciated....
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>
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> Luggage? GPS? Comic books?
> Check out fitting gifts for grads at Yahoo! Search.
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