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I'm looking at using the Philips LPC2104 for a project and I'm currently
scouting out development tools.  Anyone have experiences they want to
share?

It's a small ARM7 based micro and I'm looking at Nohau and Ashling JTAG
based emulators and possibly GNU or HI-Tech C compilers.

It'll be the first time I've used a micro that uses a < 5V supply so any
warnings on pitfalls there will also be appreciated.

Robert

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Have you been able to get hold of any chips?

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No, although I did get quotes from Avnet and Spoerle quoting 10 weeks and
1 week.  I'm still looking for a responsive Philips rep though.

Robert

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Hi -
interesting chip. Thanks for pointing me to such a small pin-count ARM
device. Does anybody know of other small pin-count ARM based? I really hate
so heavy 200 pins up monsters. I think a lot of projects doesn't need so
much pins.
- Henry

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hate

Atmel makes some.

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Hi Leon - nice to see you from time to time.

I cannot see them at the Atmel site. Do you know the part numbers. I thought
Atmel builds only large pin-count parts.
- Henry

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thought

Products>Microcontrollers>AT91 ARM Thumb

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I figured out that the AT91R40008 and -7 have the minimum pin-count Atmel
offers (TQFP100). Much RAM (256KByte and 136KByte) but no Flash! The Flash
can be externally connected as the devices support an external bus interface
(The Philips LPC210x does not!!). Atmel has no i2C hardware on the chip.
After all I think the LPC210x is the best ARM for hobbyist at the moment
(LQFP48 package!).
Any comments? Does someone know of a FREE/SHARWARE Win based simulator for
ARM? I want to try the ARM platform before switching my projects to it. A
small free C compiler??
- Henry

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interface

I also think the Philips part will be awsome once it will be available in
small quantities for a fair price. Until than the Atmel devices are the
winner. The way I see it:
- Need external bus -> Atmel
- Need small footprint -> Philips

Emulator/debugger: Insight (GDB)
C/C++ compiler: GCC

Regrads,
Andras Tantos



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I'd like to implement Forth on it, so the Philips device is the winner
(enough Flash and SRAM on chip to build a virtual machine). Hopefully they
are low-priced.
- Henry

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See www.mpeltd.demon.co.uk for a native code Forth cross compiler
for ARM. No need to reinvent any wheels.

Stephen

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to Stephen: ... Interesting but to high priced just for ham related
projects.

I'm a hardware design engineer (hobbiest). So I can make great hardware. If
there is a software specialist we should make a development enviroment for
the LPC210x. I know of the Philips policies so it is sure they won't give us
a free SDK as Atmel does it for the AVR (seems to have a really good AVR
simulator). For hardware Philips is a good and reliable source (not like the
rice cookers :)

Please respond to otc snipped-for-privacy@gmx.net if you interested.

Thanks -
Henry

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Hi Stephen
I mailed to your email address but the message was bounced back. Please
specify an alternate address or send it to my email address so I can respond
privately.
Cheers -
Henry

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See the sig below and remove the obvious stuff. Sorry for problems,
but the worm storm overwhelmed the sfp account.

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Hi,

the Philips devices are low price! Unfortunately I only know the
prices for 10k pieces through distribution :-(  These prices are very
attractive though. Less than $5 a pice at 10k. This includes a regular
margin for the distributor. So, if your distributor won't make a
fortune out of it, you should be able to get it very reasonably
priced! I know it for fact that the LPC2104/5/6 are in production.

Besides the Philips website, some useful information can be found on
the WWW.lpc2100.com

Cheers, Schwob

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Hi!
Do you work with LPC210x?

- Henry/Stuttgart

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