Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TM4C123
can we support LIN Master with TIVA parts?
If yes, do we have code examples?
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You can check the following links from ATMEL & MICROCHIP and just do needed modifications (none at large) on TM4C.
Also this full project + source + schematics from NXP:
In case you need something more on this tell us.
Blasphemy...(I am told.) Had you noted the requester was a vendor agent? (I was going to link to ST's, "LIN ready" device... held back to avoid breach of protocol)
Posters would (really) benefit by becoming more "curious" - more "skilled" - and more "active" in their investigative efforts... (even when they are vendor agents! No one vendor has "all of the answers" - cross-pollination very often proves immensely instructive & helpful...)
Thank you for your message, but I had already see that requester is a TI's agent. And since TI does not offer LIN on the μC, I send him some links where one can see how it is done algorithmically on C. This is not something bad. I hope it is good for the agent to see how his query may be efficiently tackled at the source/firmware level in the absence of the LIN interface. Where is the problem in this? Hope I didn't cause any problem on the forum, because I post with good-will. I know these companies are competitors, but algorithms, bare or written in C, are not IP in any way, unless patented. And the specs for a firmware level LIN implementation are wide open and free. They are free for all of us to use and built good solutions. Can you imagine CORDIC* being IP !
All the best,
You may consider that (sometimes) humor (or teasing) invades a posting. That said - your earlier inclusion of your (new) writing, "Some links where one can see how it is done algorithmically in C" would have made your initial post even better - would it have not?
I'm "outsider" - just as you - and find it best to (most always) avoid use of (others') names, part numbers - as such may be seen as, "Crossing an (undrawn) line."
Clearly your finding - then presenting - detailed & helpful links serve as great aid to this (questioning) poster. And so too - the development of (more) robust investigatory motivation & techniques...
It would seem that your (answering & guiding) post - best deserves that earlier awarded, "Verify!" (Caveat venditor! ... Let the (real) Forum Seller/(Answer) beware.)