Jumentum-SOC for the NXP ARM7TDMI and Cortex-M3 Microcontrollers
by Daniel Marks (profdc9 at gmail.com)
Supports the LPC1768/LPC2368 microcontrollers.
Also emulates a USB serial port for easier interfacing.
NTSC/PAL composite video output from the LPC1768 with a PS/2 keyboard for standalone operation.
Jumentum-SOC is a programming environment for LPC2000-based
microcontrollers. It turns your LPC1700/LPC2000 into an autonomous controller
that is remotely programmable through Ethernet using a Basic-derived
language. Jumentum-SOC can be accessed and programmed through
a web browser, a TELNET text-based session, and the serial port.
Jumentum-SOC Basic programs can be downloaded into the microcontroller and
programmed into the flash so that the programs are automatically run on
power up of the microcontroller. The programs can be started, stopped,
paused, and the program variables inspected at any time through the web page.
Jumentum-SOC environment is written mostly in C, and
is provided as a project for the CodeSourcery G++
GNU toolchain development environment. An LPC1700/LPC2000-based processor is currently required for the
Jumentum-SOC environment. The LPC1768 and LPC2378 is supported with built-in ethernet,
or the LPC2106, LPC2119, and LPC2148 processors are supported connected to
Microchip's ENC28J60 SPI-based ethernet. For details on connecting an ENC28J60
to the LPC21xx microcontroller, see the setups detailed in the
"ENC28J60-wiring.txt" file included in this distribution.
Jumentum-SOC is provided under a zlib-derived open source license
that allows commercial or non-commercial use. Jumentum-SOC is
intended to lower both the cost and complexity of microcontroller embedding
by using the capabilities of the new generation of 32-bit self-contained
microcontrollers from NXP, Atmel, and Microchip. Jumentum-SOC is
excellent to help teach how to integrate microcontrollers into projects
as well as a means of automating simple projects.
SourceForge Project Page
An introduction to the Jumentum System
Commands for the Basic language
How to use the USB support
Connecting a television and a keyboard to the mbed or LPC1768
Wiring instruction to connect the ENC28J60 to the ARM microcontroller
Getting started with the mbed
Screenshots of Jumentum-SOC in action
Some code examples in Basic:
Simplest example of a web page
Example of using forms
Oscilloscope trace program
Serving web pages from MMC/SD card
An FTP server to and from a MMC/SD card
Streaming MP3 Server from MMC/SD card
Control of a HD44780 LCD
Program to control OPPO Digital HM-31 HDMI switch through a web page/telnet and the serial port
Examples of hardware tested with Jumentum:
NGX Technologies mbed Xpresso Baseboard with the LPC2148 and LPC1768 stamp modules.
LPC1768 support for the mbed and the ETT ARM LPC1768.
LPC2148 version made from Olimex LPC-P2148 evaluation board and ENC28J60
LPC2148 version made from Olimex LPC-P2148 evaluation board and ENC28J60 (back)
LPC2119 version made from Futurlec ET-ARM and ET-MINI
LPC2378 version that supports the unmodified Olimex LPC-P2378
LPC2368 support for the ETT ARM2368 Controller.
Jumentum-SOC and any other included software is provided 'as-is', without any express or implied warranty. In no event will the authors be held liable for any damages arising from the use of this software.
Daniel Marks profdc9 at gmail.com May 7, 2011