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A device which includes a central processing unit (CPU), memory, and (generally) an assortment of I/O peripherals (UART, ADC, DAC, general-purpose I/O, I2C, etc.) in a tightly-coupled standalone package.

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The Rowley crossworks toolset is a very high performance development system for the MSP430. It is available for Linux, MAC OS-X and Solaris as well as Windows. It is not free, prices according to li …
answered Jan 12 '10 by uɐɪ
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If you REALLY require 14 bit resolution then doing conversions on the MCU is probably not a good idea. Maintaining signal conversion to this sort of accuracy is not a trivial undertaking. Highly sen …
answered Jan 18 '10 by uɐɪ
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I assume that you are comparing the Kinetis with the STM32F4 Cortex-M4 processors. I have not actually used either but have been looking at them for possible use in an up-coming project. There are a …
answered Nov 3 '11 by uɐɪ
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So that is 3V (with a 1% tolerance) to 3.6V (again with approx 1% tolerance) OR as Thomas O commented 3.3V +/- 10%
answered Oct 27 '10 by uɐɪ
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As has already been said, PICs (other than the PIC32) cannot do this. You will probably have to go to the larger processors in any family or to a processor with an external memory bus as most microco …
answered Oct 20 '10 by uɐɪ
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The wait state is an extra bus clock cycle that is added to the memory access to allow time for the information to be extracted and appear on the processor bus. This addition of wait states will limi …
answered Nov 16 '10 by uɐɪ
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Not sure what you mean by a "Real" IDE. IAR sell their embedded workbench for a vast range of processor types including ARM, 8051, MSP430, AVR, AVR32, and Renesas. Just look at their website for the …
answered Dec 1 '11 by uɐɪ
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I have used Salvo on the MSP430. This was very light on processor resources and, providing that you obey the implementation rules, very easy to use and reliable. This is a co-operative OS and requir …
answered Dec 8 '09 by uɐɪ
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You can run a huge number of microprocessors, microcontrollers or DSPs from clock sources in the 1MHz range. I remember when we got the high speed 6502 processor that doubled the clock speed to 2MHz. …
answered Jun 3 '11 by uɐɪ