Atmel START: Using the SAM E54 Event System with RTC, ADC, USART and DMA - Step 1

Step 1.1: Create an Atmel START project using Atmel Studio IDE

Atmel START is a web based tool, please make sure you have internet connection before you start.

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Open Atmel Studio and create a new project by selecting File > New > Atmel Start Project.

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A new Atmel START tab is opened in Atmel Studio as shown in the following image.

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Type SAME54 in the 'Filter on device' search field and select 'SAM E54 Xplained Pro board'.

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3

Add 'ADC' and 'Event System' peripheral drivers to the project (Increment instance to '1' by clicking on upper arrow instance.png.
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Add 'Timer' and 'USART' peripheral drivers to the project (Increment instance to '1' by clicking on upper arrowinstance.png .
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Verify whether the device and all selected drivers are added.

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Click on CREATE NEW PROJECT.

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Atmel START starts creating the project.

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After the project creation and successfully adding drivers, the interface should look like the image below:

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