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Starting programming on K64F

Contributor I

Hi everybody. I'm completely new to Kinetis (SDK+KDS) and want to know where to start for programming upon the FRDM-K64F platform.

I've read the basic documentation about the SDK and board. I've also taken a look to the videos available on nxp and on youtube.

I already managed to change the debugging firmware of the board as well as loading and running the "OutOfTheBox" demo (tricolor blinking LED). Beyond this point however I don't know where to continue.

My first expectation is to gain the ability to develop applications related to Motor control, external analog signals processing (ADC) and radio control (maybe with nordic 2.4 GHz chip).

I'm using:

Any guidance will be really appreciated.

Thanks in advance.

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NXP TechSupport

Hi, Nelson,

For you application, Motor control, external analog signals processing (ADC) and radio control (maybe with nordic 2.4 GHz chip), we have the corresponding solution.

Motor control: we have the solution for brushed DC, BLDC, PMSM(FOC with sensor or sensorless), ACIM(both FOC and VVVF), SR and stepper.

external analog signals processing: the SDK includes the example code for FIR, IIR, FFT, correlation.

Nordic 2.6 GHz chip: I am not familiar with the solution, anyway, We have the BLE, Zigbee solution with Kinetis KW family.

Hope it can help you


XiangJun Rong

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This is an alternative solution which may be easier (and more powerful) for you. There are also tutorials and videos, plus a K64 (approx.) real-time simulator that allows you to test, learn, debug, develop code much faster and accurately that traditional HW debugging.
It also contains Nordic 2.6 GHz chip support integrated.
Code written can be used on almost all Kinetis (K, KL, KV, KM, KE, KEA) parts without porting effort and it is IDE independent (can be used with which ever one you prefer: CW, KDS, S32 design studio, IAR, uVision, Atollic, Rowley Crossworks, Green Hills, CooCox, GCC makefile, Visual Studio)



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