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Getting Started with TI-RTOS: Chapter 4—drivers & interrupts

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October 6, 2019

In this video, Eric Wilbur and Scott Specker of Embedded Advantage describe the objectives, agenda, and lab goals for Chapter 4 of the Getting Started with TI-RTOS workshop. 

Chapter 4 covers these topics and answers these questions:

Reading Input Pins

  • How do I write code to read (poll) GPIO input from a push-button on the Launchpad?
  • How do I write code to configure GPIO to be input or output, set high or low and use pull-up resistors?

Lab 4A – Reading GPIO input pin

Interrupts

  • How do you write code to respond to a GPIO interrupt?
  • How do interrupts fit into the overall Embedded System Topology?
  • What is an interrupt and how do they work?
  • What is an event-driven system?

Lab 4B – GPIO interrupt

Timer Interrupts

  • How do you write code to respond to a timer interrupt using TI Drivers?
  • How are driver callback functions used in interrupt handlers? 

Lab 4C – Timer interrupt

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