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Enabling Motor Control Across a Range of NXP MCUs with MCUXpresso and FreeMASTER Visualization Tools

Jaroslav Lepka - NXP - Watch Now - Currently watching: 0

Join this session to explore the latest NXP motor control solutions, tools, and expert advice for creating cost-effective and energy-efficient motor control designs using NXP MCUs.

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groundbounce
Score: 1 | 4 days ago | no reply yet

Can you provide slides for active links?

DanR
Score: 0 | 4 days ago | no reply yet

Where is Freemaster allocating its recording data? What happens when the buffers fill? Would my application experience performance hits due to allocations?

DanR
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Are "private" class variables available? What about stack variables that have limited lifetimes?

DanR
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Can I define new virtual "states" and display them along with variables? For example, parse the events/variable values and generate a state like "In interrupt" or "Cycle Active"?

DanR
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When using Freemaster with an RTOS or Linux, is it possible to monitor kernel variables along with user variables, or am I limited to my application variables?

DanR
Score: 0 | 4 days ago | 1 reply

Good morning, Are your slides available for this presentation? I would like to review later.
Thank you for your consideration.
-dan'l

DanR
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Links in the slides are not useful unless the slide deck is available. They aren't clickable in the display.

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