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New technical website for ARM microcontrollers

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robert_from_philips

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Hi everybody,

I am new to this forum although I watched it for a while. Will try to be as helpful as possible answering questions about Philips ARM MICROCONTROLLERS, so in particular the LPC2000 devices. As I am from Philips my answers might have more information than can be found in datasheets and Users Manuals but at the same time, they will always be biased :)
As a first start let me provide a link to a new ARM website, that is biased too, but not for Philips, rather for IAR. Nevertheless, there is so much technical information on this new site, including source code for Philips, Atmel, Analog Devices, ..... that it is worth to check out.

http://www.sevensandnines.com

code examples for the Philips LPC2000 devices:
http://www.sevensandnines.com/index.php?show=130518_ENG

Unfortunately my knowledge of Philips devices is limited to the standard microcontrollers, so questions about USB devices or whatever is in your Philips TV, DVD, .... I have absolutely no idea.

Hope you guys welcome participation of a semiconductor manufacturer

Regards, Robert
 

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Thank u very much,
this is useful.
 

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