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Nested Vector Interrupt Controller (NVIC)

Objective This tutorial demonstrates how to use interrupts on a processor. In general, you will ...

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Bit Manipulation

Bit-masking is a technique to selectively modify individual bits without affecting other bits. B...

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LPC40xx Memory Map

What is a Memory Map A memory map is a layout of how the memory maps to some set of informatio...

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General Purpose Input Output

Objective To be able to General Purpose Input Output (GPIO), to generate digital output signals ...

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LPC Lab Focuses [incomplete]

Focus on optimal firmware in the following domains: Optimizing software for runtime Minimizing...

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Lab Assignment: FreeRTOS Tasks

Objective To give you experience in: Loading firmware onto the SJOne board Observing the RTOS...

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Lab Assignment: GPIO

Objective To grow your skills in the following: Manipulating a microcontroller's registers in ...

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Lab Assignment: Watchdogs

Please follow the steps precisely in order to complete the objectives of the assignment. If you u...

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Clock Systems and Timing

Clock System & Timing A crystal oscillator is typically used to drive a processor's clock. Y...

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Structured Bit-fields Register Mapping

Please Review the Following Structures in C: http://www.cplusplus.com/doc/tutorial/structures/ ...

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PWM (Pulse Width Modulation)

Objective To learn about the use of PWM signals, their related parameters, and how to set up an ...

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Lab Assignment: ADC + PWM

Objective Implement an ADC driver, implement a PWM driver, and design and implement an embedded ...

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SPI (Serial & Peripheral Interface)

What is SPI SPI is a high-speed, full-duplex bus that uses a minimum of 3 wires to exchange data...

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Lab Assignment: Device Interfacing w/ SPI + Data Structures

To learn how to create a single dynamic thread-safe driver for Synchronous Serial Port and to co...

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Lab Assignment: Interrupt + Lookup Tables + Binary Semaphores

Objective To learn how to create a single dynamic user defined interrupt service routine callbac...

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LPC17xx Memory Map

What is a Memory Map A memory map is a layout of how the memory maps to some set of information....

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FreeRTOS & Tasks

Introduction to FreeRTOS Objective To introduce what, why, when, and how to use Real Time Opera...

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Binary Semaphores

Semaphores are used to signal/synchronize tasks as well as protect resources.  A binary semapho...

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Lab Assignment: UART

Objective To learn how to communicate between two master devices using UART. Assignment This a...

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C vs. C++

  Typically, C design pattern to create a re-usable module is performed like so: typedef struc...

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