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  1. I got my Launchpad to output B/W composite video. It only displays one image without re-flashing though, so it's not extremely useful. The only external components are two resistors and a crystal oscillator. I plan on writing it up on my blog and releasing the source sometime this week, unless I get too busy with school. I wasn't sure if I'd be able to ever get this working, so I'm feelin' pretty good right now! Proof ;-) Code for use with an external oscillator: Launchpad_TV_Out.rar Code for if you have your DCO configuration constants calibrated: Launchpad_TV_Out_for_calibra
    4 points
  2. if u dump out the stock flash portion where the calibrated values are defined. (mspdebug) dis 0x10f0 010f0: ff ff ff ff AND.B @R15+, 0xffff(R15) 010f4: ff ff ff ff AND.B @R15+, 0xffff(R15) 010f8: ff ff ff ff AND.B @R15+, 0xffff(R15) 010fc: 01 02 MOVA #0x4, SP 010fe: 6b 87 SUB.B @R7, R11 the double word from 0x10fc (0x0102, 0x6b87) are the calibrated 1Mhz values from factory. the other 3 sets (8, 12, 16Mhz) are pre-allocated but blank for the value line (cheape
    4 points
  3. Here's a preview of my msp430 project. Just started mucking around with sparkfun lcd breakout board. Managed to take the code they had for arduino and made it work with msp430g2211 on mini breadboard. Next steps: - use simpleavr's i2c library to interface against wii nunchuck - make a simplegame that uses wii nunchuck for user input and lcd display for graphics - thinking about making the system modular by breaking functionality into 2 msp430g2211 chips: one handling lcd graphics and the other on game logic and wii nunchuck. the chips would communicate
    2 points
  4. Here's an existing TI lib I modified to work with the Value Line series and CCS. Since the G series doesn't come with factory-calibrated DCO settings, I wanted an easy way to set the MCLK to 16MHz or some other arbitrary frequency. A TI library existed for setting the DCO using an external watch crystal as a reference, however it didn't work with the G series. It just took some minor editing. I think this should be nice for Launchpad owners especially, since the kit comes with an external crystal and a 16MHz rated chip. DCO Library: http://naturetm.com/files/Launchpad%20setDCO%20lib
    1 point
  5. Congratulations! Results of the November 2010 Project of the Month contest: First Place: The "Strobr: High speed photography controller" by AMagill Runner up : The "Launchpad RFM12B RF spectrum analyzer" by simpleavr Thanks to the following members who participated: MSP430G2xxx Tea Timer by gatesphere Killing Zombies with the Launchpad by juani_c Motion Detection Wildlife Camera by paradug Digital LED Clock by mnpumar A big thanks to our prize sponsors: Texas Instruments Geekdoc. Also, a big thank you to all those who voted.
    1 point
  6. i just tried the ...usi08.c under avrgcc and it works. [EDIT] example code should be msp430x20x3_usi_07.c (master example) i don't have a slave and hooked it up instead to a pcf8563 rtc chip and changed the slave address (0xa2) it may be confusing as the time delay is 5000 counts between transmissions and it's like 200Hz, u may think that the led is constant on. i changed the time delay count to 50000 and it clearly shows on-off-on. while(1) { USICTL1 |= USIIFG; // Set flag and start communication LPM0; // CPU off, await USI
    1 point
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