i have a K22FX with FreeRTOS. I use this cpu at different frequency (120Mhz,16Mhz, 4Mhz). For have a costant delay with this different setting what i have to do?
In my function i use :
vTaskDelay(100 / portTICK_RATE_MS); //100ms
for have a xxx ms of delay.
portTICK_RATE_MS is defined as portTICK_PERIOD_MS
portTICK_PERIOD_MS as ( ( TickType_t ) 1000 / configTICK_RATE_HZ )
It's right if i set configTICK_RATE_HZ as my CPU frequency in Hz?
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I find your post confusing. If you want to change the clock frequency, or just generally as good practice, you should specify times in milliseconds rather than ticks. For many years the preferred way of doing that is to specify times using the pdMS_TO_TICKS() macro. Look it up on Google or in the free FreeRTOS book.
In all cases you have to set configCPU_CLOCK_HZ and configTICK_RATE_HZ correctly so the RTOS can set up the configuration you want.
yes i need to generate some delay in ms but i don't understand how it generate the tick interrupt that increment this. My question is then what timer freertos use to generate the TICK_RATE? It use the System Tick Timer of the cpu or normaly use a software interrupt that increment a variable?
UPDATE: i have read that with ARM the freeRTOS use the System Tick Timer, so by default i have the configTICK_RATE_HZ set to 1000. If my CPU work at 120Mhz i have to set this variable at 120Mhz ... right? After that i can use the pdMS_TO_TICKS function to convert my delay in ms