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BF533 to BF609 movement

Question asked by MikeSmithCanada on Feb 11, 2013
Latest reply on Feb 12, 2013 by Andreas



     I am currently using BF533 evaluation boards in class --  bringing out the GPIO flags (buffered) so can demonstrate basic interfacing concepts.


    I read in BF609 information that there is a PPI interface -- I presume for the video?


     On the BF533 -- the PPI interface is the bottom 8 lines of the GPIO -- and can be configured for input and output lines rather than just using as an 8-bit bus


     Is the PPI interface on the BF609 the same way or is there a better way of configuring the BF609 for GPIO?


I see this in the Ez-Kit pdf


Four LEDs are available via programmable pins PG14, PG15, PE14, and PB11. The connections are on by default and can be shut off through

SoftConfig. Two push buttons are available on programmable flags PB10 and PE01.. The push buttons are connected to the processor by default.


I would need a minimum of 4 in and 4 out GPIO lines and 4 to 6 LEDs



Mike Smith