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VDK Timer Services

Question asked by lproctor on Jun 7, 2011
Latest reply on Jun 8, 2011 by PGaganoff

Our embedded target features a BF527, externally clocked at 24Mhz.  Internally our VCO clock (and CClk) is configured at 480Mhz while the sysClock is running at 96Mhz.  Our application uses the VDK.  Within the IDE, at the Kernel Tab, the Clock Frequency (Mhz) = 24, the Tick Period (ms) = 10 and the Timer Interrupt is the default e.g. EVT_IVTMR.


If the application calls VDK::Sleep(1), I would expect the calling thread to suspend for upto 10 mS (tick Period), similarly, VDK::Sleep(100) would suspend upto 1 second.  This does not seem to be the case.




----- Found the explanation in a previous post.


Message was edited by: lproctor