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Barbara Moraes
I wish that someone could help me with the terms in yellow at the image below: What mens FCLK and OSRVAL? How they work and how they interfere at the baud rate?   Best regards
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David Devereaux
Hello, I am looking for the original project that ships installed on the NXP CLEV6630B V2.0 Customer evaluation board.  AN11022 Section “3.1 LPC Firmware and Driver”  references that AN11021 has information on how to restore the software that came with the development board however the most up to date version of AN11021 is  Oct. 2012.  Which has… (Show more)
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denizdayan
What I am trying to achieve is: If ONOFF button is pressed shorter than 5 secs, I will handle interrupt and put the system in sleep mode. For now, I am trying to see a kernel message that says I triggered the interrupt successfully when the button is pressed. I am proceeding from another vendor's basic kernel module example for handling gpio… (Show more)
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Simon Braun
Hi there,   I'm currently designing the power rails for the i.Mx 8M Quad Lite and came across two specifications for the maximum supply currents assumed for the Core, SoC, etc.:   In the i.Mx 8M datasheet for industrial products on page 18 the maximum supply current for the ARM, SoC, GPU, VPU is stated as 3100 mA, 2500 mA, 2040 mA and 610 mA… (Show more)
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stanish
Installation & Activation HOWTO: Install Wind River compiler Eclipse plug-in into S32 Design Studio  HOWTO: Install Lauterbach TRACE32 debugger plug-in into S32 Design Studio  HOWTO: Activate S32 Design Studio    Getting Started HOWTO: Create a Blinking LED Project (MPC5748G)  HOWTO: Build a Project and Setup a Debug Configuration for…
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stanish
Installation & Activation HOWTO: Install Lauterbach TRACE32 debugger plug-in into S32 Design Studio HOWTO: Install IAR Eclipse plug-in into S32 Design Studio for ARM NEW! HOWTO: Activate S32 Design Studio  NEW!   Getting Started HOWTO: Create a New Project in S32 Design Studio for ARM  HOWTO: Create S32DS Project from Example 'Hello World'…
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Installation & Activation HOWTO: Activate S32 Design Studio NEW! HOWTO: Install Lauterbach TRACE32 debugger plug-in into S32 Design Studio    Create a New Project  HOWTO: Create APEX2 Project From Example in S32DS for Vision  HOWTO: Create An ISP Project From Example in S32DS for Vision  HOWTO: Create A53 Linux Project in S32DS for Vision …
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Mike Doidge
PEmicro’s debug configuration allows user to modify JTAG communication shift frequency between debug interface and the target. By default, this frequency is set to a maximum value of 5000KHz, to take advantage of the fastest run control and FLASH programming experience:     At the same time, not every PowerPC processor might be able to support…
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Mike Doidge
There are often errors displayed after the indexer completes building its data base following the creation of a new project or the opening of a project not already in the workspace and again just before building. Some of these errors can be due to settings in the Eclipse Indexer settings.   In one scenario, a project which builds clean, that is,…
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Matti Sillanpää
Hi.     I'm using the meta-avs-demos -yocto project from Codeaurora. I received meta-avs-picopi-wifi from NXP. I've used same bcmdhd drivers in separate form with separately compiled kernel for some time now. And they work pretty badly.   Main issue is the connection drops. In perfect 5GHz network reception the it drops the connection tens of… (Show more)
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Matthew Davis
Experiencing the same problems as this post (https://community.nxp.com/thread/315425#362363)   Suggested resolution: "As it turned out, for some reason, gdbproxy did not start in the TAP. A delete followed by config cc cwtap via CCS, re-spawn  the gdbproxy and now it works fine."   Where can I find the tools to execute the following… (Show more)
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Kasper Hansen
A number of different firmware versions (F1 to F6) are available for this chip, but nowhere are the specific details of each version described.   Which version to choose?   Also please send me the accompanying documents AN11128 (Programming Guide), AN11133 (Flash-over-AUX Utility User's Guide), and AN11134 (DPDC Utility User's Guide) as well as… (Show more)
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