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TIMER1 instead of TIMER0 on LPC2000

Posted by Nobody/Anonymous on January 17, 2006
Can I use TIMER1 instead of TIMER0 for FreeRTOS kernel and use TIMER0 capture interrupt for demodulation of signal present on CAP/EINT pin (resolution 8us)?

How will this affect freertos functionality?

RE: TIMER1 instead of TIMER0 on LPC2000

Posted by Nobody/Anonymous on January 17, 2006
I have no idea which processor you are using, but generally you can use any timer you want. The timer has to be able to provide a periodic interrupt of the frequency you require, thats all. See the function prvSetupTimerInterrpt in port.c for the mcu you are using.

RE: TIMER1 instead of TIMER0 on LPC2000

Posted by Nobody/Anonymous on January 17, 2006
Just seen the thread title :-(


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