complete firmware tool-chains

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PURPOSE: The design was an agile 3 phase DC motor driver for a specific high precision 2W motor. The system’s firmware intelligence was programmed onto a nRF52832 a NordicSemicondutor product through a complete command line firmware tool-chain . The output speed of the motor driver varied with the duty cycle of the pulse width modulation. The device was fitted with the mpu9250, a 9 axis inertial sensor, as well as a MEMs micro phone for motor function feedback.

The nRF52832 is an 64 MHz Arm Cortex-M4 with FPU and communicates several wireless protocols with Bluetooth 4.2/5.0 being the most notable.

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