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MSP430 ports

Posted by Nobody/Anonymous on May 8, 2007
Just wanted some information about the MSP430 port. I noticed that the port is specifically for MSP430F449. Is there any reason it wouldn't work with other MSP430 chips, for e.g. MSP430F169? I do not currently have an eval board or I would have tested it myself.

RE: MSP430 ports

Posted by Richard on May 8, 2007
Porting from one MSP430 device to another should be straight forward. Just watch out for the amount of RAM available, I don't think any less than that available on the 449 would be appropriate.

There are some MSP430's that have an extended architecture - more bits in the program counter I think. These would require more of an effort.

Take a look at http://www.westmorelandengineering.com/ for more FreeRTOS.org MSP430 related stuff.


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