DRM104, In this document we provide an SD card reader solution that uses the MC9S08JM60 microcontroller. This reference design serves as an example of a USB mass-storage device using the NXP JM USB microcontroller family. The MC9S08JM60 acts as a bridge between a PC USB host and an SD card.
MC9S08JM60FS: The 8-bit MC9S08JM60 device further extends NXP’s 8-bit embedded USB controller family with up to 60 Kbytes of flash memory, a full-speed USB 2.0 device controller and a 12-channel, 12-bit analog- to-digital converter. The S08 JM family also has several system protection features, such as low-voltage detect and a Computer Operating Properly (COP) module.
DEMOJM is a cost-effective kit targeting quick microcontroller evaluation. The kit includes a DEMOJM base board, a red MCF51JM128 daughter card and a green MC9S08JM60 daughter card. The included kit can first be used to demonstrate the features of the MC9S08JM60 devices, starting with an on-chip USB device controller and transceiver. Then, move to MCF51JM128 with an on-chip USB On-The-Go (OTG) dual-role controller.
NXP's CodeWarrior Development Studio for Microcontrollers v6.3 is a single, integrated tool suite designed to get you on the design fast track with RS08, S08 and ColdFire V1 members of the NXP Controller Continuum.
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 Freescale Medical Connectivity Library is based on this specification and follows the Continua Health Alliance design guidelines for implementation.