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August 2014 Entries

HPET for x86 BSP (how to build it for WCE8)
"I needed a timer". That is how we started a few blogs ago our series about APIC and ACPI. Well, here it is. HPET (High Precision Event Timer) was introduced by Intel in early 2000 to: Replace old style Intel 8253 (1981!) and 8254 timers Support more accurate timers that could be used for multimedia purposes. Hence Microsoft and Intel sometimes refers to HPET as Multimedia timers. An HPET chip consists of a 64-bit up-counter (main counter) counting at a frequency of at least 10 MHz, and a set of ......

Posted On Saturday, August 2, 2014 10:02 PM | Comments (0) | Filed Under [ Windows CE Windows Embedded Compact RTOS APIC ACPI Visual Studio 2013 HPET ]

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