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After my parallel FET ran out of runway and Windows 10, I bought an MSP430-JTAG-TINY-V2 (USP to JTAG) and just want to get up and running ASAP for a simple little unit that will generate three analogue outputs about 50mS each, in response to an input TTL Trigger. This is a trivial exercise using SPI to drive a multi DAC.
My question. What is the quickest route to get back up and running with this great little IC to where I was half a decade ago without spending a lot, where I could easily compile the closest equivalent tested example program, and just modify a few lines of assembler to achieve a rather simple task quickly? This would previously have taken me no more than an afternoon... I need to get back there if possible... I would be most grateful for advice. to save me time.
Can you please post this on the MSP E2E forum and send me a PM with the link to the post? Then I can expedite to my team and get you a quick response.
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