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It appears that there are several strengths of the newer x7x parts over an existing 28335, including faster flash speed, on chip oscillators, hardware accelerators, additional communications options. It also looks like there have been improvements made to the ADC, PWM.
What about low power modes? I know that C2000 is not necessarily the "low power leader," but it appears that there are some enhancements that have been made in this area. How much has it improved the part?
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In reply to Gautam Iyer:
Check out the Peripheral Selection Guide SPRU566. This has the list of all peripherals and types. Many peripherals have been updated from between these devices. The Peripheral Selection Guide does not mention the changes between system control and device configurations. This will be a majority of your changes. different Clocking configurations, etc.
Gautam and Jeff are also correct.
In reply to Jeff Stafford:
Also keep in mind that the F28335 used a sequencer-based ADC and the F28x7x uses a start-of-conversion based (SOC) ADC. Additionally, the F28x7x has the advantage of the Post Processing Block.
In reply to Ken Schachter:
As it turns out, the biggest problem was availability. We had to stay with the F28335 device, much as I would have like to migrate!
In reply to Todd Anderson78572:
Thanks Todd. If this answered the questions please verify the answer and close the thread.
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