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Recently, FE has developed an extensive knowledge base and few development tools to enable the system designer get a quick start using Renesas R8C/tiny Microcontrollers.
Knowledge base contains the following documents:
1. Smart Book on R8C/Tiny micons.
FE has published a simple and easy to understand document on R8C/tiny to enable the designers acquire a working knowledge on these micons without much efforts.
Quick start Guides.
Study Flow for Microcontroller R8C/25. Gives you an overall picture of R8C/25 architecture and reference to the supporting documents.
SANGO - Start up File Quick Start Guide for using SANGO ( Sample Application Program Generator and Organizer ).
SANGO to HEW Application note to make the codes generated by SANGO compatible to HEW (High performance Embedded Workshop) for compilation.
Quick Start Guide for HEW. - Gives you a quick start to use the HEW (High performance Embedded workshop)
Quick Start Guide for Flash Starter software. Gives you a quick start to the Flash Starter Software (Flash Programming Software for R8C/ Tiny))
Step By Step Procedure to Start a Project - A sample project - How to start and finish using the relevant softwares like SANGO, HEW.
R8C/Tiny System Simulator Features of R8C/Tiny System Simulator .
FE has introduces many modules to the Renesas’s Code Generating tool, “Sample Application Program Generator & Organizer (SANGO)”.
Topview Simulator for the R8C/Tiny Microcontrollers.
These software tools can be downloaded from here free of cost.
Example Projects for R8C/Tiny System Simulator.
More then 20 Example projects are available for R8C/Tiny System Simulator. These example projects can be downloaded from here. Install the Example projects by clicking the above link. The installation process will prompt you to select the directory for installation. The projects will be installed in the selected directory. These projects can be opened only in the R8C/Tiny System Simulator.
Example projects are organized in separate directories. Each project directory has a PDF file which gives you a detailed description of the project and how to use it in the R8C/Tiny System Simulator.
Open the R8C/Tiny System Simulator and use the Open Project command to open the project. You can compile the project and simulate it using the R8C/Tiny System Simulator.
List of Example Projects: