• SEGGER AppWizard Enabling Advanced GUI Design with MCUXpresso

    The purpose of this Blog is to assist new users of the AppWizard to create and run their first project. The AppWizard is a tool for creating complete and ready-to-use emWin applications. The tool makes ...
    Nikhil Ullal
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  • New/updated MCUXpresso tool training videos available

    Thanks to all of you that joined the MCUXpresso training we've been providing over the last few weeks and months via our webinars. We've also been adding more training videos covering some of the items from the webina...
    Brendon Slade
    created by Brendon Slade
  • Share your FreeMASTER dashboard designs, get a free board!

    Share your FreeMASTER dashboard designs, get a board!   Calling all FreeMASTER fans!   Are you an experienced FreeMASTER user who has already created custom dashboards, or are you an HTML/Javascript coder wh...
    Brendon Slade
    created by Brendon Slade
  • Crossover Code Challenge – Jump start your next design with these winning projects

    The Hackster Crossover Code Challenge might be over, but really, it’s just the beginning for you. Now it’s your chance to take advantage of all the ideas to jump start your next design.   The Crossov...
    Kathleen Jachimiak
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  • MCUXpresso IDE v11.1.1 Now Available

    We are pleased to announce that MCUXpresso IDE v11.1.1 (build 3241) is now available.   This is a maintenance release that builds upon the previous MCUXpresso IDE v11.1.0, and we recommend that all existing ...
  • Effortless GUI Development with NXP Microcontrollers

    More products today include graphical user interfaces than ever before, and consumers have a growing expectation that they be visually appealing and intuitive to use. Luckily, NXP and its partners make the process of ...
    Shelby Unger
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  • Modifying the latest Adafruit 2.8" LCD for SDK graphics examples

    Our MCUXpresso SDK is expanding to include more and more graphics examples, including LittleVGL and emWIN support for SPI-based LCDs. The examples we provide can be ported to different controllers, but are based/...
    Brendon Slade
    created by Brendon Slade
  • MCUXpresso IDE v11.1.0 Now Available

    We are pleased to announce that MCUXpresso IDE v11.1.0 (build 3209) is now available. This is a major new version of the IDE, and contains many new features and enhancements over the previous MCUXpresso IDE v11.0...
  • The Gigahertz MCU Era

    Announced in October, the i.MX RT1170 is NXP’s latest break-through technology within the i.MX RT series of Crossover MCUs.  What makes the i.MX RT1170 so cutting edge?   The i.MX RT1170 is the world&...
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  • Quick and Easy Development for Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence at the Edge

    The next generation of machine interfaces is here. As embedded technology evolves, NXP continues to innovate with technologies like cloud-based/local voice control and face recognition for secure access/authentication...
    Nick Gonzalez
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  • Take HMI to the Next Level with the i.MX RT1060

    A lot of discussion recently has been around the i.MX RT1010 crossover MCU -and why not?  It is the latest and greatest achievement for high-end crossover MCUs.  But, you probably noticed that the i.MX RT101...
    Kathleen Jachimiak
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  • What can you do with a 500 MHz MCU? – Join the Crossover Code Challenge today!

    Launched in October, the i.MX RT1010 crossover MCU further expands NXP’s popular i.MX RT series and introduces the world to the next generation of low-cost, high-performance MCUs.     With features ...
    Kathleen Jachimiak
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  • i.MX RT memory validation

    Memory validation extends Peripherals tool with the capability to validate different types of memories. For now, it supports RT10xx CPUs family with SEMC/SDRAM and FlexSPI/NOR (starting with MCUXpresso v11.1.0/Co...
    Adrian Stoica
    created by Adrian Stoica
  • Reason #1 to consider i.MX RT1010 - Develop in the ‘Xpress’ Lane with MCUXpresso Software and Tools

    Today I conclude my countdown of top reasons to use i.MX RT1010, and I wanted to end the blog series in the same way that it began – by talking about how to get started. It is has been  2 weeks since my fir...
    Kathleen Jachimiak
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  • Reason #2 to consider i.MX RT1010 -Take advantage of its audio capabilities

    Listen up everyone. We are winding down the countdown and my blog today is about audio. Many consumer products and embedded devices support various digital audio functions, and more and more engineers are looking for ...
    Kathleen Jachimiak
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  • Reason #3 to consider i.MX RT1010 – You can put it all out on (a) display

    So you want to add a display to your product? You look at the i.MX RT series table and see that the i.MX RT1010 device does not have an LCD interface, so you immediately write it off. Not so fast!  Did you know t...
    Kathleen Jachimiak
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  • Reason #4 to consider i.MX RT1010 – It offers the ultimate flexibility with its FlexIO module

    Say for example, you are working on your industrial application using the i.MX RT1010 MCU and have everything designed out. You are using two UARTs for sensor interfaces, one UART for camera, and the fourth UART will ...
    Kathleen Jachimiak
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  • Reason #5 to consider i.MX RT1010 – It can spin motors

    All engineers – and most anyone – love to make things spin, right? That explains the revenue made on those fidget spinners. The inventor is a genius! OK ok … now back to MCUs … the i.MX RT MC...
    Kathleen Jachimiak
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  • Reason #6 to consider i.MX RT1010 – It enables secure solutions

    On what could be perceived as a low-cost MCU, it is nice to see that security was not compromised on the i.MX RT1010 device. In fact, the i.MX RT1010 MCU has the same security block that exists on many of the other i....
    Kathleen Jachimiak
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  • Reason #7 to consider i.MX RT1010 – It also caters to the PCB layout engineer

    For today's blog, I am going to keep it short and direct it to the PCB layout engineers out there.  The i.MX RT1010 MCU designers want you to know that the utmost care was taken when designing the i.MX RT1010 dev...
    Kathleen Jachimiak
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