- on Computer/Software/Internet
- Published in issue 4/2009 on page 46
The 32-bit Machine
Program development with the R32C starter kit
Having introduced the R32C/111 32-bit microcontroller in our previuous issue, it’s time to roll up our sleeves for some practical experiments. A keenly priced starter kit is the basis for our work with this controller. This article will familiarise you with the tools required for programming and debugging. Those of you already familiar with the R8C/13 from Renesas will recognise plenty of similarity in the way all this is handled.The starter kit consists of an R32C carrier board (a microcontroller module equipped with the R32C/111 chip) and a software CD-ROM containing the necessary development tools.