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Rosserial on ARM-32 (S32K14X family) works?

asked 2019-03-11 08:02:14 -0500

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I have to define which MCU my team will use to communicate via ROSserial (TCP/IP) between a computer and a hardware I/O board (that we need to develop WITH THIS MCU or can be other - depends of the answers). We came across with S32K148 MCU (datasheet: https://www.nxp.com/docs/en/data-shee... ) and we thought this MCU will be great to use due the support on ethernet, some other libraries, industrial protocols support and great amount of I/O. Question is: the rosserial-mbed support this type of MCU? Anyone already tested it? In ROS support I can't find the hardware compatibility, only say that works on ARM-32 Cortex-M family (S32K148 is a Cortex-M4F). Need help to define this. Plz.

Sry for my bad english..

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answered 2019-03-28 01:15:04 -0500

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If you look at README in ROS Serial MBED git repository it says that LPC1768, KL25Z, and NUCLEO F401RE are supported over the UART.

Personally, I am thinking it would be faster to implement a simple message passing protocol myself. ROS Serial is a very heavy weight solution

another option is ros_bridge

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