SAM D21 Code Examples Listing

Code examples are categorized according to the following types:

  • GCC Executable (no framework): Utilize handwritten drivers without any automatic code generation. Projects use Atmel Studio 7 IDE.
  • Advanced Software Framework 3 (ASF3) Example: Utilize automatically-generated drivers and pre-defined APIs using ASF3.
  • Advanced Software Framework 4 (ASF4) Example list item: Utilize automatically-generated drivers and pre-defined APIs using ASF4.


Module Application Example Type
System Timer (SysTick) Initializing the SysTick Timer GCC Project
Nested Vectored Interrupt Controller (NVIC) NVIC Example Project GCC Project
Clock System DFLL48M 48 MHz Initialization GCC Project
SERCOM SPI SERCOM SPI Master Example GCC Project
SERCOM I2C SERCOM I2C Slave Example GCC Project
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