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In this session, attendees got a chance to learn how NXP's unique, configurable peripherals give designers increased flexibility in solving complex design challenges. NXP's serial GPIO, available for the first time on the LPC4300, allows a developer the flexibility to interface to any non-standard serial interface or to mimic multiple standard serial interfaces. The State Configurable Timer consists of a timer array with a state machine, enabling complex functionality including event-controlled PWM waveform generation, ADC synchronization, and dead-time control. The SPI Flash Interface provides a seamless high-speed memory-mapped connection to virtually all SPI and quad-SPI manufacturers.