LPCOpen Walk Through
Getting started with LPCOpen and FreeRTOS
These ‘walk through’ pages provide a series of practical examples that are
demonstrate how LPCOpen’s low level functionality and ready to run examples
enable rapid platform development, allowing you to focus your development
time on application design much earlier in the development life cycle.
LPCOpen can be used with or without FreeRTOS. The presented examples demonstrate
some of the additional benefits that can be obtained from LPCOpen when it is
used in conjunction with FreeRTOS, should the complexity of the application
being designed warrant it.
The series of walk through pages are intended to be viewed in turn. The
first practical example is of an LPCOpen project that does not use FreeRTOS,
with following pages demonstrating how to efficiently incorporate the
functionality of the first example in an LPCOpen project that does use
Walk through pages:
Downloading the tools and importing the LPCOpen package
Making use of the USB drivers in the LPC microcontroller hardware (without FreeRTOS)
Experimenting with the LPCOpen FreeRTOS TCP echo example (with FreeRTOS)
Adding the USB functionality into the FreeRTOS TCP echo example
Using simple FreeRTOS techniques to massively reduce CPU usage
Downloading the tools and a description of an LPCOpen package
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