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Texas Instruments CCF32
Paul Hayes 22 November at I’ve also been looking for a replacement for the SRF which I use. How do I program it? This is to protect their IP since it’s easy for someone to copy the hardware but unfortunately makes it difficult to keep using existing systems now they’ve gone out of business. I have an Easy programmer from Mikroelektronika which uses the Flash software as shown below: If you haven’t got one, buy one from Ciseco – link to their shop is above.
You have been warned! You can reuse this Makefile by changing the source file name and other places the filenames appear. I have a feeling it might be interference as I have several systems using mhz here now I am also playing around with Lorawan devices.
Paul Hayes 2 September at Email Required, but never shown. To compile your code simply type “make” in the same folder as your c code and Makefile. Assuming you want to continue, here’s what I am using. This is what sdcc will do.
I found the answer to this as well and would like to get back here. Strange that it works though. Sign up using Facebook. I can’t seem to figure out which microcontroller is embedded on the module. I have asked them if they would be interested in open sourcing the firmware code you can download binaries for here: It took a fair bit of Googling, trial and error and experimentation but I now have a fully working setup for compiling my own firmware and burning it into the memory of an XRF module.
I’ve got more source code here: You can get firmware from Ciseco which will take readings from temperature probes or active a relay and a few other uses: Would be good just to find a simple “hello world” transmit and receive example somehwere. Now to cross-compile the c code for the architecture and generate an Intel hex file which can be burnt to the XRF module.
This is the device for burning the firmware onto the XRF module or any compatible microcontroller. My settings now match what comes out of smartrf.
The equivalent when trying out a new microcontroller is to blink an LED. You’ll have to get a CC Debugger or implement the interface yourself which I’ve never found worth my time when this has come up for me. Which is a real shame. Impressive, thanks for sharing that.
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After using the Linux compiler and your makefile it works well! This isn’t essential but highly recommended as the XRF has 2mm spaced pins and wont fit into a standard breadboard with 2.
Next, you want to be able to write code, compile it and burn it to the memory of the XRF module. A Ciseco XRF module. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. This is essential because all pins are inputs by default.
This will cause the LED to flash slowly. Do you know of there is a bootloader for the CC that can load the.