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Port of Andreas Dannenberg's EasyWeb application to the RDB1768, providing a simple embedded TCP stack and webserver.<<BR>> Port of Andreas Dannenberg's "easyweb" application to the RDB1768, providing a simple embedded TCP stack and webserver.<<BR>>
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=== LCD Example ===
This demonstration project shows how the LCD screen on the RDB1768 can be accessed. A number of primitives for printing text and drawing shapes are provided.<<BR>>
[[attachment:RDB1768_LCDgraphics.zip]]

=== LED flash Example ===
This demonstration project show how the user leds, LED_2 to LED_5, of the RDB1768 be accessed.<<BR>>
[[attachment:RDB1768_LedFlash.zip]]

=== Audio Loop Through Example ===
This demonstration project provides a simple example that uses
the audio facilities provided by the RDB1768, allowing audio input received via the line-in socket to be output though the built-in speaker or the 3.5mm headphones socket.<<BR>>
[[attachment:RDB1768_AudioLoopThrough.zip]]

RDB1768 Example Projects

The example projects for the RDB1768 are designed to quickly get you up and running with the various functions provided by the board and its LPC1768 MCU. For more details of each project, see the readme file contained within the ZIP.

USB Device Stack

This is a port to the RDB1768 of the open source LPCUSB USB stack.
RDB1768_usbstack.zip

USB HID Example

Provides a simple USB Human Interface Device (HID). Requires the USB Device Stack project to be installed in the same workspace.
RDB1768_usb_hid.zip

USB HID Mouse Example

Provides an extended HID example, which allows the joystick on the board to act as a mouse for the host PC. Requires the USB Device Stack project to be installed in the same workspace.
RDB1768_usb_hidmouse.zip

USB MSC (Mass Storage Controller) Example

Turns the RDB1768 into a mass storage device, allowing a micro-SD card to be plugged in and accessed from the host PC. The micro-SD card is accessed by the MCU via the Serial Parallel Interface (SPI). Requires the USB Device Stack project to be installed in the same workspace.
RDB1768_usb_msc.zip

USB Serial (CDC) Example

Provides UART functionality over USB, allowing a terminal program to be run on the host PC which can then interact with the board. Requires the USB Device Stack project to be installed in the same workspace.
RDB1768_usb_serial.zip

ADC Potentiometer Example

Show how the potentiometer on the RDB1768 can be read using the analogue to digital convertor built in the the LPC1768 MCU.
RDB1768_adcpot.zip

TCP/IP Webserver Example

Port of Andreas Dannenberg's "easyweb" application to the RDB1768, providing a simple embedded TCP stack and webserver.
RDB1768_EasyWeb.zip

LCD Example

This demonstration project shows how the LCD screen on the RDB1768 can be accessed. A number of primitives for printing text and drawing shapes are provided.
RDB1768_LCDgraphics.zip

LED flash Example

This demonstration project show how the user leds, LED_2 to LED_5, of the RDB1768 be accessed.
RDB1768_LedFlash.zip

Audio Loop Through Example

This demonstration project provides a simple example that uses the audio facilities provided by the RDB1768, allowing audio input received via the line-in socket to be output though the built-in speaker or the 3.5mm headphones socket.
RDB1768_AudioLoopThrough.zip

RDB1768ExampleProjects (last edited 2009-12-16 11:21:49 by CrSupportAb)