6 years, 7 months ago.

Can I use Blueboard LPC1768-H from NXP here?

Hi, i have a NXP Blueboard Lpc1768-H that we use in college.

This one acctualy https://www.sparkfun.com/products/retired/9931

Can I use it with the mbed compiler and use this platafform?

The is another NXP Lpc1768 ready to buy here in mbed, but i would like to re-use mine.

Can you help me?

Thanks

2 Answers

6 years, 7 months ago.

Yes, you can use the mbed compiler and libs with that board. However, you need either a JTAG/SWD programming device or a serial port interface to download and flash the binary produced by the mbed compiler. Checkout my notes on the Landtiger board or other similar pages on this site for some more details. An alternative option to flash the Blueboard is to use the USB bootloader mode. However, this does not play well with the mbed compiler. You need to remap the code etc. Would not recommend using that.

I have Ulink2 too, i use it with keil.... Can I use this JTAG with mbed?

posted by Eduardo Moñino Esteban 16 Nov 2013
6 years, 7 months ago.

I have Ulink2 too, i use it with keil.... Can I use this JTAG with mbed?

Ulink should work at least when you are able to flash a bin that was not created by Keil. Some programmers are locked to a specific tool or locked to a specific processor vendor. I have only used a Segger J-Link with their JFlash software. However any generic JTAG/SWD programmer should work.

posted by Wim Huiskamp 16 Nov 2013

seems it only works with keil

but i can export any program to uvision keil so i will try that.

posted by Eduardo Moñino Esteban 16 Nov 2013