• What is LTBC? What functions does it have?
    • The term LTBC refers to Low-speed Time Base Counter.
      The low-speed clock (LSCLK: 32.768 kHz) is divided in the MCU to generate a signal of 32 KHz to 1 Hz as the base clock for the peripheral circuits. Also, it has interrupt functions, which can be used for periodic interrupt processing and which serves as a clock counting function.

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