Beyond “hello world,” All About Circuits have some working sample projects and code to further explore the Intel Quark D2000 Development Board’s capabilities, with some helpful additional information about the board’s GPIOs. The how-tos are built on a previous installment in the series with additional links to documentation provided by Intel.
In part one of this series, we introduced the new Quark D2000 Microcontroller development board and reviewed some of its many features. In this part, we will get down to programming some of those features.
It is assumed that you have installed the D2000 board software, including the Intel System Studio and have successfully performed an update of the target ROM. Additionally, it is assumed that you have set up a terminal using a USB/serial board and cable and that you have enough familiarity with the Eclipse software to compile and run the “Hello World” example that is included in the software suite.
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