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A question about Microsoft.SPOT.Hardware Cpu


#1

What is SlowClock and what is it for?

Sorry, but my brain is old and I did not find anything that explained it well.

Thanks in advance…


#2

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/microsoft.spot.hardware.cpu.slowclock(v=vs.102).aspx

I’ve never used it. Maybe someone on the forum can say more than the msdn?

[edit]. This seems to be in Hz and this clock is the one used by peripherals (spi uart…) while the other clock is the one that is used by the core.


#3

@ leforban -

Link is broken but I’ll go the MSDN and find something.

Thank you… A place to start…


#4

@ willgeorge -

Navigate to the link and then remove the [quote] (v=vs.102 [/quote] from the URL in the navigation bar and the link should work.


#5

the forum doesn’t handle multiple dots in a URL well.

http://bit.ly/1dlBrUZ is the shortened link


#6

@ Brett -

Not a complaint. Just stating that the link was broken

The Slow Clock is a slower and more precise clock than the system clock. It is used for the timing of the GPIO pins.

That answers my question! Thanks to all