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    Sample programs (Beginner programs) for AURIX TC27x

    Hi,

    Do we have any sample c programs for AURIX TC27x tricore architecture ? The programs should basically have led toggle, timers, ADC, SPI etc.
    Please guide me.

    Thanks
    vk18434

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    Hello.

    I'm looking for some example code that show how to use the different TC23X peripherals. The TC23X user manual is not really helpful and sample code is needed. Can anyone please help with this?

    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by vk18434 View Post
    Hi,

    Do we have any sample c programs for AURIX TC27x tricore architecture ? The programs should basically have led toggle, timers, ADC, SPI etc.
    Please guide me.

    Thanks
    vk18434

    Hi,

    Infineon includes several examples within their software framework. This framework allows you to compile your code regardless of the toolchain you're using and works from both the command line and Eclipse. You can download the framework if you're logged on to MyInfineon. You'll find it in the FTP download area of the "Select Document Library" dropdown box. Also available from here are the AURIX Book Examples; an extensive set of examples, recently ported to TC277 D-step.

    The TASKING toolchain includes several examples. For your specific question you might want to take a look at tc_blink_aurix which demonstrates multicore aspects through blinking some LEDs. If you use v6.0r1 then you can also take a look at the TC29x_rtos_blink example, which does the same thing using the royalty free RTOS.

    Henk-Piet Glas
    Technical Product Specialist

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    Quote Originally Posted by TASKING.hp.glas View Post

    Hi,

    Infineon includes several examples within their software framework. This framework allows you to compile your code regardless of the toolchain you're using and works from both the command line and Eclipse. You can download the framework if you're logged on to MyInfineon. You'll find it in the FTP download area of the "Select Document Library" dropdown box. Also available from here are the AURIX Book Examples; an extensive set of examples, recently ported to TC277 D-step.

    The TASKING toolchain includes several examples. For your specific question you might want to take a look at tc_blink_aurix which demonstrates multicore aspects through blinking some LEDs. If you use v6.0r1 then you can also take a look at the TC29x_rtos_blink example, which does the same thing using the royalty free RTOS.

    Henk-Piet Glas
    Technical Product Specialist
    Hello

    There is no "Select Document Library" drop box. I'm logged into MyInfineon and I can't see any way of going to a FTP site. Could you provide a screenshot of how to get there?

    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by m4l490n View Post
    Hello

    There is no "Select Document Library" drop box. I'm logged into MyInfineon and I can't see any way of going to a FTP site. Could you provide a screenshot of how to get there?

    Thanks!
    Sorry,

    My bad. Wrong directions. You'll find it here instead:

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    Best regards,

    Henk-Piet Glas
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    Thanks for helping!

    There should be something wrong with my account since I can't just find that "Library Root". The closest place I see that could lead me there is when I go to this address:

    https://workspace.infineon.com/cms/en/login-overview/

    And there I can see the following:

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    But as soon as I click on "Go to MyInfineon" I'm redirected to the main website.

    Have anyone experienced something like this?

    Thanks!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by m4l490n View Post
    Thanks for helping!

    There should be something wrong with my account since I can't just find that "Library Root". The closest place I see that could lead me there is when I go to this address:

    https://workspace.infineon.com/cms/en/login-overview/

    And there I can see the following:

    Attachment 2229

    But as soon as I click on "Go to MyInfineon" I'm redirected to the main website.

    Have anyone experienced something like this?

    Thanks!!
    Hi,

    By the looks of it, you have not signed up yet. Note that when you click the "Go to MyInfineon" link, you are redirected to this page:

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    To be able to authenticate here you must actually first signup. Follow the little FAQ link, also depicted on the snapshot. The first question of the FAQ explains how you can create your MyInfineon account.

    Best regards,

    Henk-Piet Glas
    Technical Product Specialist

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    Quote Originally Posted by TASKING.hp.glas View Post


    Also available from here are the AURIX Book Examples; an extensive set of examples, recently ported to TC277 D-step.

    Henk-Piet Glas
    Technical Product Specialist
    Hi,
    where exactly can I find this AURIX Book Examples?
    I've installed the SW Framework but can't find any examples there.

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    Hello,
    im loggend into my infineon via https://www.infineon.com/
    i see dashboard, profile etc. and i cannot find any reference this FTP download area. how to find it ?

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    Hi Lukas,

    Quote Originally Posted by gLukas View Post
    Hello,
    im loggend into my infineon via https://www.infineon.com/
    i see dashboard, profile etc. and i cannot find any reference this FTP download area. how to find it ?
    Following your registration you have a restricted set of permissions of what you can see. To bump your permissions you must drop a line to AURIX@infineon.com and ask to be granted access to the documentation you're after. You must provide your myICP username so they know which profile to bump.

    Best regards,

    Henk-Piet Glas
    Principal Technical Consultant

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