• MCUXpresso Config Tools v6 Now Available

    We are pleased to announce that MCUXpresso Config Tools v6 are now available.   MCUXpresso Configuration Tools is a product with set of tools that help users of all levels with a Cortex-M-based MCU solution. Fea...
    Petr Struzka
    last modified by Petr Struzka
  • 移植开源的密码工具箱GmSSL到i.MX平台

    GmSSL是一个开源的密码工具箱,支持SM2/SM3/SM4/SM9/ZUC等国密(国家商用密码)算法、SM2国密数字证书及基于SM2证书的SSL/TLS安全通信协议,提供符合国密规范的编程接口与命令行工具,可以用于构建PKI/CA、安全通信、数据加密等符合国密标准的安全应用。GmSSL项目是OpenSSL项目的分支,并与OpenSSL保持接口兼容。因此GmSSL可以替代应用中的OpenSSL组件,并使应用自动具备基于国密的安全能...
    Xiaodong Zhang
    last modified by Xiaodong Zhang
  • New MCUXpresso Software Releases Now Available

    New versions of MCUXpresso SDK, IDE, and Configuration Tools are now available. In addition to new product support, you will find these updates and enhanced features in the new releases:   MCUXpresso SDK v2.6.0 ...
    Miguel Hernandez
    created by Miguel Hernandez
  • LPC845 Breakout Board now has an SDK package!

    LPC845 Breakout Board now has an SDK package available! We are working on updating our getting started information to show how to use this rather than starting from the LPC845 chip SDK. The board is called LPC845BREAK...
    Brendon Slade
    last modified by Brendon Slade
  • SPDK_on_Layerscape

    SPDK on Layerscape SPDK (Storage Performance Development Kit) is an optimized storage reference architecture. It is initiated and developed by Intel. SPDK provides a set of tools and libraries for writing high p...
    Nipun Gupta
    last modified by Nipun Gupta
  • Using LPC55S69 SDK Trustzone examples with MCUXpresso IDE v11.0.0

    This article discusses the use of SDK Trustzone example (Hello World) for the LPC55S69 MCU within MCUXpresso IDE.   The following are required to follow this blog post:   MCUXpresso IDE Version 11.0.x LPC...
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  • MCUXpresso IDE v11.0.0 Now Available

    We are pleased to announce that MCUXpresso IDE v11.0.0 (build 2516) is now available.   This is a major new version of the IDE, and contains many new features and enhancements over the previous MCUXpresso IDE v10...
  • Linker errors with QN9080 SDK examples under MCUXpresso IDE v11.0.0

    When using the QN9080 with SDK v2.2 2019-01-29, or earlier, there is an issue in the SDK internal data which can lead to MCUXpresso IDE v11.0.0 failing to set consistent floating point options when importing...
  • DPDK Performance on Layerscape devices

    Disable hw_prefetch (u-boot): setenv hwconfig 'fsl_ddr:bank_intlv=auto;core_prefetch:disable=0xFE' qixis reset altbank (reset the board - in case using bank 0 run 'qixis reset' only)   bootargs or othbootargs - a...
    Hemant Agrawal
    last modified by Hemant Agrawal
  • SWO with NXP i.MX RT1064-EVK Board

    With the cost of an single pin, many ARM Cortex-M boards including the NXP i.MX RT1064 can produde SWO data: think about a pin able to stream data out of the chip in realtime. For example interrupt activity which othe...
    Erich Styger
    created by Erich Styger
  • Enable GmSSL which supports OSCCA Algorithm Toolbox on i.MX

    GmSSL is an open source cryptographic toolbox that supports SM2 / SM3 / SM4 / SM9 and other national secret (national commercial password) algorithm, SM2 digital certificate and SM2 certificate based on SSL / TLS secu...
    Xiaodong Zhang
    last modified by Xiaodong Zhang
  • Tutorial: MCUXpresso SDK with Linux, Part 3: RAM and XiP Code on i.MX RT1064

    In my previous articles I have used the command line on Linux to build and debug NXP MCUXpresso SDK applications. In this article I'm running code on NXP i.MX RT1064 in RAM or FLASH. i.MXRT1064 board with LPC845-BRK...
    Erich Styger
    created by Erich Styger
  • FreeRTOS with Preconfigured Example for NXP’s LPC55xx MCU

    Amazon Web Services has released a preconfigured FreeRTOS example for Armv8-M and the NXP LPCXpresso55S69 board. With the addition of board- and device-specific examples, it is even easier to start and use the Arm...
    Erich Styger
    last modified by Erich Styger
  • TrustZone with ARMv8-M and the NXP LPC55S69-EVK

    The ARM TrustZone is an optional secu=rity feature for Cortex-M33 which shall improve the security for embedded applications running on microcontroller as the NXP LPC55S69 (dual-core M33) on the LPC55S69-EVK. NXP LPC...
    Erich Styger
    created by Erich Styger
  • First Steps with the LPC55S69-EVK: Dual-Core ARM Cortex-M33 with Trustzone

    This article covers the NXP LPC55S69-EVK board: a dual ARM Cortex-M33 running at 100 MHz with ARM TrustZone: LPC55S69 Microcontroller   The LPC55S69 is of special interest because it is one of the new ARM Cort...
    Erich Styger
    created by Erich Styger
  • Tutorial: MCUXpresso SDK with Linux, Part 2: Commandline Debugging with GDB

    In “Tutorial: MCUXpresso SDK with Linux, Part 1: Installation and Build with Maked” I used cmake and make to build the SDK application. In this part I’m going to use the command line gdb to debug the...
    Erich Styger
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  • Tutorial: MCUXpresso SDK with Linux, Part 1: Installation and Build with Make

    I admit: my work laptop machine is running a Windows 10 OS by default. But this does not prevent me running Linux in a Virtual Machine (VM). Each host platform has its benefits, and I don’t feel biased to one or...
    Erich Styger
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  • Do you have a Minute?

    The way in which people digest information is changing, as more distractions lead way to shorter attention spans and multi-tasking becomes even more important.  The new training series from NXP, i.MX RT Tech Minu...
    Kathleen Jachimiak
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  • Sometimes Less is More

    As a marketer, I never like to use the suffix “less” as it usually has a negative connotation.  “Less” means not having; without; free from something. Words like hopeless, motionless, and ...
    Kathleen Jachimiak
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  • LPC845-BRK Board Projects

    The LPC845-BRK is a great tiny sub-$6 breakout board featuring the LPC845M301JBD4 MCU: ARM Cortex-M0+ 30 MHz, 64 KByte FLASH, 16 KByte SRAM On-board CMSIS-DAP debug interface, works out-of-the-box with NXP MCUXpres...
    Erich Styger
    last modified by Erich Styger