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  1. I'm coding a module for using the UART in the Stellaris Launchpad. I want to use FIFOs. My problem is with the documentation. LM4F120H5QR datasheet states each UART has a 16x8 FIFO for Tx and another 16x8 FIFO for RX. But I can't find what is the FIFO width and what is the FIFO depth. Is the FIFO "16 bit x 8 elements", or is it "8 bit x 16 elements"? PS: Why UART FIFO isn't documented like for example the SSI FIFO. For the SSI FIFO, the datasheet makes it clear: "Separate transmit and receive FIFOs, each 16 bits wide and 8 locations deep"
  2. Hi everyone, I am currently working on some code on my MSP430G2553. It's a dual direction UART using TA0CCR1 (I posted about this code earlier.) I would like to intigrate this code into my main program to give it UART functionality however my program is set up using ACLK in upmode. TA0CTL = TASSEL_1 + ID_3 + MC_1; and the code uses SMCLK in continuous mode, so how do i make the code work with ACLK in upmode (and preferably with ID_3)? Here is the code I am trying to modify: /****************************************************************************** * Half Duplex So
  3. Hi every one, I am now using the msp430 launch pad with software-uart 9600 baud to communicate with the ez430-cc2500 kit via J4 jack (jack on the top left). I use the sample code slac490 for booster pack to output the capacitive value to the ez430, I realize that the received values from the vitual COM port on PC and from pin 1.1, 1.2 are different. With a single byte transmit such as
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