Re: Atmel AT91 (ARM) Family
- From: "Not Really Me" <scott@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 3 Nov 2005 09:16:23 -0700
"putxi" <jordi_putxi@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
> Has anybody already worked with this microcontroller family? Which is your
> They seem very interesting because they use an ARM7 core processor and
> include very useful communications peripherals (ethernet MAC, usb
> controller, ...)
> Does anybody know if there are free developing tools:
> - compiler / linker: i guess that GCC may be useful as this family uses
> ARM7 cores.
> - [b]programmer[/b]: it seems they have parallel and serial (jtag)
> I want to start a project based on a AT91 uC, but I'd like to know this
> The most unknow thing is if there are already tools or schematics to
> programm these devices.
> Thanks in advance !!!
We have done a few projects with their older AT91M55800, ARM7TDMI, using GCC
on one and Code Warrior on others. Code Warrior is dumping support, so GCC
is a good choice (or Keil, just bought by ARM).
There is programming code, source and ready made tools from Atmel. Comes on
the CD with the eval boards. Eval kits from Atmel are very reasonable,
about US$250. I have been very pleased with the Atmel stuff.
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