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MSP430 EEPROM emulation

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Hi!

I have a few RF modules using the CC1120 transceiver and the MSP430f5506 MCU and I want my RF transceivers to have a standard settings value that it can contain between power cycles. I know that it is possible to emulate EEPROM on MSP430 and I just wanna know if this is the only way to store data in MSP430 that must be contained between power cycles

/Mikael

  • Mikael,

    well basically, the MSP430F5xx has only Flash memory which is non-volatile. You can use the INFO memory fort his purpose, i think it is basically designed for such purpose. Just look into the example codes and search this forum. I believe you can find a lot of useful information.

    Even maybe this wiki can help:

    http://processors.wiki.ti.com/index.php/Placing_Variables_in_Specific_Memory_Location_-_MSP430

    Regards,

    Leo Hendrawan

  • In reply to Leo Hendrawan:

    You can even use any segment of the flash memory for configuration storage.  Anyway the segment around 0xffxx should be avoided for such tasks for obvious reasons...

    Hardy

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