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  1. XMC1000 FAQ: What is the default BMI for XMC1000?

    The default BMI for XMC1000 device is ASC BSL also known as UART Bootstrap Loader. This is the BMI when the device is out from the factory (fresh...

    Started by Jackson‎, Mar 17th, 2014 02:44 AM
    asc, bmi, boot, bsl, swd, xmc1000
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  2. XMC1100 Boot Kit Getting Started and Examples - Arduino to XMC

    We have found a hobbyist who has ported the Arduino™ Wiring language to the XMC microcontrollers. The project was started with the Infineon XMC1100...

    Started by mui‎, Mar 10th, 2014 08:26 PM
    arduino, xmc1000
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  3. XMC4000 Tutorials and Reference designs - by Microelectronics Student Group

    In January 2013, µSG - a Microelectronics student group from Faculdade de Engenharia da Universidade do Porto started an interest group on the new...

    Started by mui‎, Mar 10th, 2014 03:35 AM
    xmc4000
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  4. XMC1000 FAQ: Why Wait-for-Read Mode is enabled by default in XMC1100

    In the Reference Manual, the reset value for GLOBRCR register is zero (0x00000000) but by default when XMC1100 ADC is enabled, the GLOBRCR.WFR = 1....

    Started by Jackson‎, Mar 4th, 2014 08:37 PM
    adc, globrcr, register, xmc1100
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  5. XMC1000 FAQ: Why J-Link debugger does not connect to new device?

    New XMC1000 devices only able to access via ASC bootstrap loader. In order to use the debug interface such as SWD or SPD, the device BMI must be...

    Started by Jackson‎, Jan 3rd, 2014 12:09 AM
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  6. XMC1000 security protection with ORIGA

    Introduction Security protection for original products (eg. battery, printer cartridges, game controllers etc) has always been a key concern to many...

    Started by Travis‎, Dec 24th, 2013 12:04 AM
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  7. XMC1000 FAQ:Why pin P0.8 of XMC1000 is not toggle?

    The pin P0.8 is set as input pull up in register P0_IOCR8 during the startup software. Hence, before user initialized the pin P0.8, make sure to...

    Started by Travis‎, Oct 31st, 2013 10:30 PM
    gpio, xmc1000
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  8. XMC400 FAQ: Is there a unique ID from every chip for the purposes of identification?

    The XMC4000 MCU has got the SCU_IDCHIP for the purposes to allow software to identify the marking such as EES-AA, ES-AB etc. However the value of...

    Started by Travis‎, Oct 31st, 2013 02:09 AM
    xmc4000
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  9. NTU-Infineon Design Competition - Winning solution

    Energy Cloud System for Smart Home and Building

    Started by Charm‎, Oct 16th, 2013 09:57 PM
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