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- 1 Stellaris LaunchPad Resources
- 1.1 Tutorials
- 1.2 Workshop
- 1.3 Projects
Stellaris LaunchPad Resources
Note that most tutorials below are based on Code Composer Studio unless otherwise noted.
- Project 0 -- Your First Stellaris LaunchPad Project
- A look inside the box A quick unboxing of the EK-LM4F120XL Stellaris LaunchPad.
- Blink your RGB LED How to start a new Code Composer Studio project and blink the on-board RGB LED.
- Reading Stellaris documentation An introduction to Stellaris Data Sheets and User's Guides
- How to import StellarisWare code examples & projects into Code Composer Studio A quickstart guide to importing StellarisWare examples
- CapSense Calibration
- Capsense Calibration A tutorial for calibration of the 430BOOST-SENSE1 BoosterPack on the Stellaris LM4F120 LaunchPad
Have a tutorial of your own? Add it to the list above!
- The Getting Started with the EK-LM4F120XL Workshop is a free, online, in-depth, hands-on workshop based on the Stellaris LaunchPad kit. . You can attend a live version of this workshop taught by an experienced Texas Instruments instructor. Sign up here.
Stellaris LaunchPad with CCS and Linux
Rickta with some help from the TI forums found a way to get the Stellaris LaunchPad debugging in Linux with Code Composer Studio. This is unofficial and unsupported at the moment. OpenOCD is working on a LaunchPad solution that will open up debug level development with GDB and GNU tools.
Library for the TM1638 7 segment display
Stellaris LM4F120 LaunchPad debug-in and debug-out
TI RTOS is real-time operating system for TI’s Stellaris and Concerto microcontrollers. It combines a real-time multitasking kernel with additional middleware components including TCP/IP and USB stacks, a FAT file system, and device drivers, enabling developers to focus on differentiating their application. TI-RTOS builds on existing proven software components such as SYSBIOS, Stellarisware, and ControlSUITE to ensure reliability and quality. It augments these with documentation, additional examples and APIs appropriate for multitasking development and integration testing to verify that all components work together. TI-RTOS is provided with full source code and requires no up-front or runtime license fees. TI-RTOS is fully tested with the Code Composer Studio™ Interactive Development Environment (CCStudio IDE) v5.2 and above.
EuphonistiHack's Graphic Equalizer Display
PWM tutorial for Stellaris LaunchPad
The Launchpad does not have dedicated PWM units, but the six timers can each be used to generate PWM signals on several of the pins. However, it requires some additional configuration and considerations over normal timer usage. I've (Joonas Pihlajamaa) written a easy-to-follow tutorial at Code and Life blog for the PWM: Code and Life Launchpad PWM Tutorial