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IAR Embedded Workbench For AVR V6.10.2 ((FREE)) Full



the iar ew for renesas synergy is based on the iar ew for arm cortex-m core and libraries. it provides all the capabilities of iar ew for arm cortex-m core and libraries, including the c++ compilers, linkers, debugger, rtos, rtos drivers, and other tools for development, analysis, and optimization of embedded software for cortex-m based microcontrollers. additionally, iar ew for renesas synergy provides a great deal of support for other development and debugging tools.




IAR Embedded Workbench for AVR V6.10.2 Full


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the iar ew for renesas synergy has a fully scalable architecture so it can be easily configured to address an embedded microcontroller family's specific requirements. for example, it supports an 8-bit, 16-bit, 32-bit, or a 64-bit mcu and is fully compatible with all other renesas synergy libraries.


the ad5940 uses the sequencer to store commands. a host microcontroller (in this case, the eval-adicup3029) writes the required commands to the sequencer. these commands set up the dac, adc, and tia for measurements. the sequencer executes the commands automatically, independent of the microcontroller. the voltage measurement is performed first. an interrupt is generated when the data fifo is full. the microcontroller then reads the fifo and stores the real and imaginary dft results. the adc mux is then configured to connect the low power tia, low-pass filter output to the adc to measure current. the sequence is rerun, and the ad5940 generates an interrupt when the data fifo is full, which alerts the host controller to read the data.


the ad5940 uses the sequencer to store commands. a host microcontroller (in this case, the eval-adicup3029) writes the required commands to the sequencer. these commands set up the dac, adc, and tia for measurements. the sequencer executes the commands automatically, independent of the microcontroller. the voltage measurement is performed first. an interrupt is generated when the data fifo is full. the microcontroller then reads the fifo and stores the real and imaginary dft results. the adc mux is then configured to connect the high speed tia output to the adc to measure current. the sequence is rerun, and the ad5940 generates an interrupt when the data fifo is full, which alerts the host controller to read the data.


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