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High Speed Karlsruhe open automotive code initiative

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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.

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  • hsk_adc: AD conversion
  • hsk_can: CAN bus communication
  • hsk_ex: External interrupt management
  • hsk_filter: Convenient drop in software filters
  • hsk_flash: Non-blocking internal flash storage
  • hsk_icm7228: Driver for the ICM7228 LED driver
  • hsk_io: Conveniently abstract logical on/off from the physical representation
  • hsk_pwm: Pulse Width Modulation
  • hsk_pwc: Pulse Width Measurement
  • hsk_ssc: Synchronized Serial Communication
  • hsk_wdt: Watchdog Timer (not safe for productive use)


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Intended Audience

Automotive, Developers

Programming Language

Assembly, C



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