BSP layer

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Hi!

I have few questions about BSP.

In BitCloud documantation it is said that every state has to be executed in 50 ms and callback in 10 ms.

Is that also true for BSP?

I mean if I write function in BSP layer can it "last" more than 50ms. BSP layer has the highest priority, right?

I would like to be able to write my own BSP functions, but I don't know how to adjust "environment", hope you know what I mean.
I'm sure that lot of you also don't know how to do that.

One suggestion: maybe could someone (moderators) organize this forum like tutorial section, I don't know like

[TUT]BSP layer or something. I know it's lot of work...

Cheers!

Last Edited: Fri. Oct 16, 2015 - 02:30 PM
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BSP layer has the lowest priority. There is no problems if your code will run for more than 50 ms. It may result in frame loss and/or data loss over the UART. If your application does not send a lot of data then you might get away with it.

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