What we need is an RPLLite version of OutputCompare(). I started on it once but got frustrated with RLPLite and ran out of time before I made much progress. Any RLP experts out there want to take this on? Who would match my $50 for a reward?
Of course, even if we had a working RLPLite version of OutputCompare that wouldn’t solve the problem because there would still be a dependency issue. So, what we really need is a NETMF core level SignalGenerator. So, the question is how do create such a function in a way that it could be included in NETMF core?
More useful would be a driver for the hardware timers. Then, you’d get OutputCompare plus a giant list of other things, such as PWM in, encoder input, PinCapture (non-blocking), and other possibilities depending on the MCU in use. The advanced timers of the STM32 have lots of possibilities.
@ Gus - Any solution if I want to use CP7 with Chipworkx module.? Any extension board to support the I socket from Chipworkx Dev kit for example ? Or perhaps is it simply possible to use it from the same connectic as the existing 4.3’’ ?
Or finallty, I’m missing some other stuffs that explain it wont be a good idea…