The LPC8xx series has no EEPROM memory. This type of Electrically Erasable memory is very useful to store configuration settings which need to be retained across power cycles:
But we can emulate it with flash memory, despite the somewhat different properties.
Here’s the why’s, what’s, and how’s of this software trick – in this week’s article series:
There’s quite a bit of detail involved to get this right, as you will see.
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