NXP


NXP is a leading semiconductor company founded by Philips more than 50 years ago.

With NXP's ARM® continuum you can select the performance you need - whether that's a simple microcontroller, a more advanced Digital Signal Controller (DSC), or a dedicated application processor. And with the broadest ARM portfolio in the industry, you will find the right blend of peripherals and memory options to fit your design.

Our award winning solutions cover the entire spectrum of embedded applications with Cortex-M0, Cortex-M3, Cortex-M4, ARM7, and ARM9. And all our devices are built on an optimized ARM core to deliver higher performance, consume less power, and offer more peripherals. Designers can choose from the many tools available in the ARM ecosystem, or use a single, comprehensive toolchain to support all NXP microcontroller devices. Plus, our long-term strategic relationship with ARM gives us early access to next-generation IP, so you can be sure you’re working with the latest technologies.

NXP is an mbed founder partner

Read more at http://www.nxp.com/products/microcontrollers/

Code

FRDM-STBC-AGM01 - Hello World Program -Stream sensor data to cloud using AT&T M2X services
MCU Code for FRDM-K64F which works with Graphical User Interface available on Freescale website to control a brushed DC motor using X-FRDM-34931SEVM. The code enables controlling the PWM frequency, duty ...
MCU Code for FRDMKL25Z which works with Graphical User Interface available on Freescale website to control a brushed DC motor using FRDM-34931S-EVB / FRDM-34931-EVB / FRDM-33931-EVB. The code enables controlling ...
NXP Lego plotter demo code using FRDM-34931S-EVB, FRDM-STBC-AGM01, and FRDM-K64F (accelerometer/client side).
NXP Lego plotter demo code using FRDM-34931S-EVB, FRDM-STBC-AGM01, and FRDM-K64F (motor driver/server side).
This "Hello World" program is used in conjunction with the Ethernet_UDP_server program. It communicates between two FRDM-K64F boards via the Ethernet protocol.
This "Hello World" program is used in conjunction with the Ethernet_UDP_client program. It communicates between two FRDM-K64F boards via the Ethernet protocol.
Mikroe Click Relay module demo for NXP Freedom board (tested on FRDM-K64F)
gpio example for the Freescale freedom platform
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