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Hi from Madrid, Spain.
I have been working for years with PIC24FJ and now we are changing to MSP430. I haven`t found too difficult the switch, but the CLK managing is too complex o i am so silly that i don`t understand it.
Sorry for my english written. If anybody has an clarify example of how i must configurate a MCLK = 4MHZ with XT2 = 4MHz crystal and a RTC CLK 32768Hz with XT1 = 32.768KHz crystal I will be always grateful to him.
Thanks a lot.
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