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Some Basic Knowledge

AtomSoft

Well-Known Member
Hello all, let me start of by saying about time we had a ARM part here.

I am creating some documentation on my site which will eventually be turned into a PDF for me to post about. Feel free to visit my site which is in my signature and click on "Knowledge Base"

From there use the side navigation and click on ARM. This site is new so bare with me :D
 

DirtyLude

Well-Known Member
I'm guessing this started with your last post that was removed just as I was replying to it.
 

AtomSoft

Well-Known Member
yep! you are correct heh. its nice to have a place for ARM now. Hopefully people will use it. I updated my site with new info and changed the categories a bit.

Ill be adding UART, SPI and the rest soon. Then after a while ill add some more ARM related ICs like LPC1313, LPC1114 etc...

I will of course add PCB and PIC stuff as well.
 

demestav

Member
Where is the "Knowledge Base" now?
sorry for bring up a thread from last year but it would a nice information to have :)

thanks!
 

Mr RB

Well-Known Member
Darn, my "he has two arms" joke didn't work... :(

I like the look of the ARMs too, the more I read on PIC32 it just looks like a cheap nasty ARM copy with less ability.

I'm hoping TI's ARM cortex M3 Stellaris will take off, they look like a good future direction... :)
 

DirtyLude

Well-Known Member
Darn, my "he has two arms" joke didn't work... :(

I like the look of the ARMs too, the more I read on PIC32 it just looks like a cheap nasty ARM copy with less ability.

I'm hoping TI's ARM cortex M3 Stellaris will take off, they look like a good future direction... :)
I've used Stellaris before Luminary got bought out by TI. They have a huge lineup of offering with only a few actually available. I'm sure they probably stabalized now, but I'm not thrilled with their layout.

I would go with either STM or LPC1xxx. I use the LPC1xxx mostly myself.
 

DirtyLude

Well-Known Member
Ill be adding UART, SPI and the rest soon. Then after a while ill add some more ARM related ICs like LPC1313, LPC1114 etc...
I don't see any decoupling caps on your lpc1313 board, are they on the bottom?

I'd put the comment on your wordpress site, but it wants my email address.
 

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