Erik Olieman

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item WakeUp wiki was updated
item Answer posted for Question: Real-time clock in STM32: Just using the standard Time functions should do the job. Although I know at least in the past it initialized ...
item Library updated: WakeUp: Added attach documentation
item Answer posted for Question: As the I2C component is not ISR safe, what is best practise for precise sampling?: Correct me if I am wrong, but isn't it perfectly save to use those functions from an interrupt, as long ...
item Answer posted for Question: What timer is wait_us(); using on Stm32L053?: It is defined here in the source code: https://github.com/ARMmbed/mbed-os/blob/master/targets/TARGET_STM/TARGET_STM32L0/TARGET_NUCLEO_L053R8/device/hal_tick.h So sadly, the timer (which includes wait_us) runs on timer21. You ...
item Answer posted for Question: Is there an anybody that manage HAL_Delay for microsecond: Which Hal Library? Considering your previous question I am assuming an STM Hal library. Then you are better of asking ...
item Answer posted for Question: Compile Resources. Do you have enough?: I wonder what the cause of the issues are. Are compile resources falling away due to problems in the servers? ...
item Answer posted for Question: Mbed LPC1768 Too Slow for Virtual Methods: How often is Handle called before it is done? The virtual functions won't help with speed, especially since I have ...
item Answer posted for Question: RTC problem with LPC1768: You need to do it like this: https://developer.mbed.org/handbook/Time, that uses the RTC. You do need to set the time, since ...
item FastIO wiki was updated
item Answer posted for Question: in the "init.cpp" from MODSERIAL are several faults: "index" is no member of "serial" e.g.: Which MODSERIAL are you using? I assume mine? And then on your STM device? Are you using the latest version ...
item Answer posted for Question: Why does attaching an ADC interrupt clobber the mbed builtin pc.printf?: So the interrupts of the ADC are blocking your system. Where is your interrupt handler defined? I see you are ...