Uart with ADXL362

Dependencies:   ADXL362

My Memo's for EV-COG-AD4050LZ Pinname

<<CODE>>
#define GPIO_PORT_SHIFT 12


typedef enum {
    P0_00  = (0 << GPIO_PORT_SHIFT | 0 ),
    P0_01  = (0 << GPIO_PORT_SHIFT | 1 ),
    P0_02  = (0 << GPIO_PORT_SHIFT | 2 ),
    P0_03  = (0 << GPIO_PORT_SHIFT | 3 ),
    P0_04  = (0 << GPIO_PORT_SHIFT | 4 ),
    P0_05  = (0 << GPIO_PORT_SHIFT | 5 ),
    P0_06  = (0 << GPIO_PORT_SHIFT | 6 ),
    P0_07  = (0 << GPIO_PORT_SHIFT | 7 ),
    P0_08  = (0 << GPIO_PORT_SHIFT | 8 ),
    P0_09  = (0 << GPIO_PORT_SHIFT | 9 ),
    P0_10 = (0 << GPIO_PORT_SHIFT | 10),
    P0_11 = (0 << GPIO_PORT_SHIFT | 11),
    P0_12 = (0 << GPIO_PORT_SHIFT | 12),
    P0_13 = (0 << GPIO_PORT_SHIFT | 13),
    P0_14 = (0 << GPIO_PORT_SHIFT | 14),
    P0_15 = (0 << GPIO_PORT_SHIFT | 15),
    P1_00  = (1 << GPIO_PORT_SHIFT | 0 ),
    P1_01  = (1 << GPIO_PORT_SHIFT | 1 ),
    P1_02  = (1 << GPIO_PORT_SHIFT | 2 ),
    P1_03  = (1 << GPIO_PORT_SHIFT | 3 ),
    P1_04  = (1 << GPIO_PORT_SHIFT | 4 ),
    P1_05  = (1 << GPIO_PORT_SHIFT | 5 ),
    P1_06  = (1 << GPIO_PORT_SHIFT | 6 ),
    P1_07  = (1 << GPIO_PORT_SHIFT | 7 ),
    P1_08  = (1 << GPIO_PORT_SHIFT | 8 ),
    P1_09  = (1 << GPIO_PORT_SHIFT | 9 ),
    P1_10 = (1 << GPIO_PORT_SHIFT | 10),
    P1_11 = (1 << GPIO_PORT_SHIFT | 11),
    P1_12 = (1 << GPIO_PORT_SHIFT | 12),
    P1_13 = (1 << GPIO_PORT_SHIFT | 13),
    P1_14 = (1 << GPIO_PORT_SHIFT | 14),
    P1_15 = (1 << GPIO_PORT_SHIFT | 15),
    P2_00  = (2 << GPIO_PORT_SHIFT | 0 ),
    P2_01  = (2 << GPIO_PORT_SHIFT | 1 ),
    P2_02  = (2 << GPIO_PORT_SHIFT | 2 ),
    P2_03  = (2 << GPIO_PORT_SHIFT | 3 ),
    P2_04  = (2 << GPIO_PORT_SHIFT | 4 ),
    P2_05  = (2 << GPIO_PORT_SHIFT | 5 ),
    P2_06  = (2 << GPIO_PORT_SHIFT | 6 ),
    P2_07  = (2 << GPIO_PORT_SHIFT | 7 ),
    P2_08  = (2 << GPIO_PORT_SHIFT | 8 ),
    P2_09  = (2 << GPIO_PORT_SHIFT | 9 ),
    P2_10 = (2 << GPIO_PORT_SHIFT | 10),
    P2_11 = (2 << GPIO_PORT_SHIFT | 11),

    // USB Pins
    USBTX = P0_10,
    USBRX = P0_11,
    USBTX1 = P1_15,
    USBRX1 = P2_00,

    // mbed original LED naming
    LED1 = P2_02,
    LED2 = P2_10,
    LED3 = LED2,
    LED4 = LED1,

    //Push buttons
    PB0 = P1_00,        // BTN1
    PB1 = P0_09,        // BTN2
    BUTTON1 = P1_00,    // BTN1
    BUTTON2 = P0_09,    // BTN2

    BOOT = P1_01,
    WAKE0 = P0_15,      // JP15 to select
    WAKE1 = P1_00,      // JP8 (BTN1 jumper) to select
    WAKE2 = P0_13,      // JP4 to select
    WAKE3 = P2_01,      // JP15 to select

    // SPI Pins
    SPI0_SCLK = P0_00,
    SPI0_MOSI = P0_01,
    SPI0_MISO = P0_02,
    SPI0_CS0 = P0_03,
    SPI0_CS1 = P1_10,
    SPI0_CS2 = P2_08,
    SPI0_CS3 = P2_09,

    SPI1_SCLK = P1_06,
    SPI1_MOSI = P1_07,
    SPI1_MISO = P1_08,
    SPI1_CS0 = P1_09,
    SPI1_CS1 = P2_11,
    SPI1_CS2 = P2_02,
    SPI1_CS3 = P1_10,

    SPI2_SCLK = P1_02,
    SPI2_MOSI = P1_03,
    SPI2_MISO = P1_04,
    SPI2_CS0 = P1_05,
    SPI2_CS1 = P0_09,
    SPI2_CS2 = P2_10,
    SPI2_CS3 = P2_07,

    // ADC Pins
    ADC_VIN0 = P2_03,
    ADC_VIN1 = P2_04,
    ADC_VIN2 = P2_05,
    ADC_VIN3 = P2_06,
    ADC_VIN4 = P2_07,
    ADC_VIN5 = P2_08,
    ADC_VIN6 = P2_09,
    ADC_VIN7 = P2_10,

    // Arduino Headers
    D0 = P0_10,        // UART0_TXD
    D1 = P0_11,        // UART0_RXD
    D2 = P0_15,        // INT_WAKE0
    D3 = P0_13,        // EXT_INT_WAKE2
    D4 = P0_09,        // EXT_SPI2_CS1
    D5 = P2_01,        // INT_WAKE3 or EXT_RTC1_SS1 via JP8
    D6 = P1_11,        // GPIO_27
    D7 = P0_12,        // GPIO_08 or GPIO_12 via JP7

    D8 = P1_12,         // GPIO_28
    D9 = P1_14,         // GPIO_30
    D10 = SPI0_CS2,     // P2_08
    D11 = SPI0_MOSI,    // P0_01
    D12 = SPI0_MISO,    // P0_02
    D13 = SPI0_SCLK,    // P0_00
    I2C_SCL = P0_04,    // I2C_SCL
    I2C_SDA = P0_05,    // I2C_SDA

    A0 = P2_03,         // ADC0
    A1 = P2_04,         // EXT_ADC1
    A2 = P2_05,         // EXT_ADC2
    A3 = P2_06,         // ADC3
    A4 = P2_07,         // SPI2_CS3
    A5 = P2_10,         // EXT_GPIO42

    // Not connected
    NC = (int)0xFFFFFFFF
} PinName;
<</CODE>>

README.md

Committer:
APS_Lab
Date:
10 months ago
Revision:
0:5868fc6c16b3

File content as of revision 0:5868fc6c16b3:

# Getting started example for Mbed OS

This guide reviews the steps required to get Blinky with the addition of dynamic OS statistics working on an Mbed OS platform.

Please install [mbed CLI](https://github.com/ARMmbed/mbed-cli#installing-mbed-cli).

## Import the example application

From the command-line, import the example:

```
mbed import mbed-os-example-blinky
cd mbed-os-example-blinky
```

### Now compile

Invoke `mbed compile`, and specify the name of your platform and your favorite toolchain (`GCC_ARM`, `ARM`, `IAR`). For example, for the ARM Compiler 5:

```
mbed compile -m K64F -t ARM
```

Your PC may take a few minutes to compile your code. At the end, you see the following result:

```
[snip]
+----------------------------+-------+-------+------+
| Module             |     .text |    .data |     .bss |
|--------------------|-----------|----------|----------|
| [fill]             |    98(+0) |    0(+0) | 2211(+0) |
| [lib]/c.a          | 27835(+0) | 2472(+0) |   89(+0) |
| [lib]/gcc.a        |  3168(+0) |    0(+0) |    0(+0) |
| [lib]/misc         |   248(+0) |    8(+0) |   28(+0) |
| [lib]/nosys.a      |    32(+0) |    0(+0) |    0(+0) |
| main.o             |   924(+0) |    0(+0) |   12(+0) |
| mbed-os/components |   134(+0) |    0(+0) |    0(+0) |
| mbed-os/drivers    |    56(+0) |    0(+0) |    0(+0) |
| mbed-os/features   |    42(+0) |    0(+0) |  184(+0) |
| mbed-os/hal        |  2087(+0) |    8(+0) |  152(+0) |
| mbed-os/platform   |  3633(+0) |  260(+0) |  209(+0) |
| mbed-os/rtos       |  9370(+0) |  168(+0) | 6053(+0) |
| mbed-os/targets    |  9536(+0) |   12(+0) |  382(+0) |
| Subtotals          | 57163(+0) | 2928(+0) | 9320(+0) |
Total Static RAM memory (data + bss): 12248(+0) bytes
Total Flash memory (text + data): 60091(+0) bytes

Image: ./BUILD/K64F/GCC_ARM/mbed-os-example-blinky.bin
```

### Program your board

1. Connect your mbed device to the computer over USB.
1. Copy the binary file to the mbed device.
1. Press the reset button to start the program.

The LED on your platform turns on and off. The main thread will additionally take a snapshot of the device's runtime statistics and display it over serial to your PC. The snapshot includes:

* System Information:
    * Mbed OS Version: Will currently default to 999999
    * Compiler ID
        * ARM = 1
        * GCC_ARM = 2
        * IAR = 3
    * [CPUID Register Information](#cpuid-register-information)
    * [Compiler Version](#compiler-version)
* CPU Statistics
    * Percentage of runtime that the device has spent awake versus in sleep
* Heap Statistics
    * Current heap size
    * Max heap size which refers to the largest the heap has grown to
* Thread Statistics
    * Provides information on all running threads in the OS including
        * Thread ID
        * Thread Name
        * Thread State
        * Thread Priority
        * Thread Stack Size
        * Thread Stack Space

#### Compiler Version

| Compiler | Version Layout |
| -------- | -------------- |
| ARM      | PVVbbbb (P = Major; VV = Minor; bbbb = build number) |
| GCC      | VVRRPP  (VV = Version; RR = Revision; PP = Patch)    |
| IAR      | VRRRPPP (V = Version; RRR = Revision; PPP = Patch)   |

#### CPUID Register Information

| Bit Field | Field Description | Values |
| --------- | ----------------- | ------ |
|[31:24]    | Implementer       | 0x41 = ARM |
|[23:20]    | Variant           | Major revision 0x0  =  Revision 0 |
|[19:16]    | Architecture      | 0xC  = Baseline Architecture |
|           |                   | 0xF  = Constant (Mainline Architecture) |
|[15:4]     | Part Number       | 0xC20 =  Cortex-M0 |
|           |                   | 0xC60 = Cortex-M0+ |
|           |                   | 0xC23 = Cortex-M3  |
|           |                   | 0xC24 = Cortex-M4  |
|           |                   | 0xC27 = Cortex-M7  |
|           |                   | 0xD20 = Cortex-M23 |
|           |                   | 0xD21 = Cortex-M33 |
|[3:0]      | Revision          | Minor revision: 0x1 = Patch 1 |



You can view individual examples and additional API information of the statistics collection tools at the bottom of the page in the [related links section](#related-links).


### Output

To view the serial output you can use any terminal client of your choosing such as [PuTTY](http://www.putty.org/) or [CoolTerm](http://freeware.the-meiers.org/).

The default baud rate for this application is set to `115200` and may be modified in the `mbed_app.json` file.

You can find more information on the Mbed OS configuration tools and serial communication in Mbed OS in the related [related links section](#related-links).

The output should contain the following block transmitted at the blinking LED frequency (actual values may vary depending on your target, build profile, and toolchain):

```
=============================== SYSTEM INFO  ================================
Mbed OS Version: 999999
CPU ID: 0x410fc241
Compiler ID: 2
Compiler Version: 60300
================= CPU STATS =================
Idle: 98% Usage: 2%
================ HEAP STATS =================
Current heap: 1096
Max heap size: 1096
================ THREAD STATS ===============
ID: 0x20001eac
Name: main_thread
State: 2
Priority: 24
Stack Size: 4096
Stack Space: 3296

ID: 0x20000f5c
Name: idle_thread
State: 1
Priority: 1
Stack Size: 512
Stack Space: 352

ID: 0x20000f18
Name: timer_thread
State: 3
Priority: 40
Stack Size: 768
Stack Space: 664

```

## Troubleshooting

If you have problems, you can review the [documentation](https://os.mbed.com/docs/latest/tutorials/debugging.html) for suggestions on what could be wrong and how to fix it.

## Related Links

* [Mbed OS Stats API](https://os.mbed.com/docs/latest/apis/mbed-statistics.html)
* [Mbed OS Configuration](https://os.mbed.com/docs/latest/reference/configuration.html)
* [Mbed OS Serial Communication](https://os.mbed.com/docs/latest/tutorials/serial-communication.html)

### License and contributions

The software is provided under Apache-2.0 license. Contributions to this project are accepted under the same license. Please see contributing.md for more info.

This project contains code from other projects. The original license text is included in those source files. They must comply with our license guide.