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as mentioned in other threads like here, there is no TIRTOS driver or example for using the analog input implementation for ADC conversion. However, as pointed out, there are examples within the TIVA packages. I am just curious: is there a technical limitation for existing RTOS driver? Or do I have to look out for something else when implementing the TIVA implementation into my TIRTOS environment?
You are correct that there is no TIRTOS drivers for the Tiva ADC. Please refer to the below link or the screenshot for the available peripheral drivers supported by the Ti-RTOS for the Tiva devices. I don't think it is the technical reason that the ADC is not supported. It may be that it wasn't the top priority at the time. If you insist to know why then I will have to transfer your question to our TI-RTOS team. You can incorporate TivaWare ADC drivers into TI-RTOS. I can't think of anything that you must look out for. If you run into issues please let us know so either our TI-RTOS team or the Tiva team can help.
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