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Since the summer of 2010, the FSAE team High Speed Karlsruhe uses Infineon's XC878 to power its electronics.
The XC878 is an 8052 compatible 8-bit µC. Our dedication is to 8-bit real time applications, guaranteed by the powerful peripherals of the XC878.
This project aims to publish those portions of our code, which may be of use to a wider audience.
Electronics sponsors of High Speed Karlsruhe:
|Infineon Technologies||ARM Germany/Keil||Vector Informatik|
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Also check the [TODO] page for open tasks and unresolved issues!
Please send all inquiries directly to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Currently there are two repositories:
You need an XC878 simulator like provided by Keil µVision or an actual µC to dig into this.
The attached documentation has all the information to set up a working environment.
The library now comes with a script dbc2c.awk that can generate C-style headers from Vector DBC files.