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Can PIC24JF128GB110 port to FreeRTOS?

Posted by Nakorn Threesinghawong on December 3, 2009
Dear all
Now My application is use pic24JF128GA010. But I want to move my application to pic24FJ128GB110. Thank you

Best regards.

RE: Can PIC24JF128GB110 port to FreeRTOS?

Posted by Dave on December 3, 2009
What are the differences. The cores are the same so the simple answer is yes it can be ported. However if the 110 varient has much less flash or RAM then you might get problems from that. I would guess all you have to do is change the map file and change the header files that are included.

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