The increased use of electronic devices in the medical domain has created a need for the development of a common protocol for data interchange between various devices. This problem is addressed by the IEEE-11073 Part 20601 (Optimized Exchange) specification. The NXP® Medical Connectivity Library is based on this specification and follows the Continua Health Alliance design guidelines for implementation.
MDK is a complete software development environment for the LPC and Kinetis device
families. MDK is specifically designed for microcontroller applications, and is safety
certified by TUV for SIL3 (IEC 61508) or ASILD (ISO 26262).
TrueSTUDIO is a free IDE exclusively for ARM development. Built on a GCC/GDB foundation
with a simplified Eclipse IDE, TrueSTUDIO offers a complete, commercial grade suite
of tools to build high quality embedded systems using Kinetis and LPC devices.
Software offered 'As is', support provided on NXP® Communities only – I2C Processor Expert® example. Uses I2C_LDD to send/receive I2C. Runs on TWR-K60D100M board, and talks to MMA8451 accelerometer. Written with CodeWarrior® v10.5.