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Posted by Dimiter_Popoff - 1 hour ago
Just got the news, someone posted it elsewhere.
My nightmare is that they will kill the power architecture line
and will go all ARM, may be this is what this is all about - leaving
power only beh...
Posted by rickman - 18 hours ago
I can't find any responses to questions asked in the forum. There seems
to be no way to buy these. The only sign of life is that there are
posts that people got the ...
Posted by Michael Welle - 2 days ago
I have this ARM eval board from IAR/Olimex. Suddenly (what ever that
means) it stopped working. I can't connect anymore:
~> openocd -f /usr/share/openocd/scripts/interface/jlink.cfg ...
Posted by Don Y - 2 days ago
[Amusing that we tend to call the *button* and the *annunciator*
"The Doorbell"! :-/ ]
I'm looking for an unusual idea as to how to implement the
Posted by rickman - 3 days ago
A friend has asked me for help with an idea he has which requires a
simple RF link to control a 12 volt circuit. One end of the link would
need an MCU to collect the inputs and make a decision ab...
Posted by Paul Rubin - 4 days ago
I'm wondering what the physically smallest microcontrollers are, that
aren't too crazy to program and that are amenable to hand soldering with
normal SMT tools. I've found some of the ATtiny parts ...
Posted by Jack - 5 days ago
for a project it has been decided to use an Atmel AT32UC3A1512.
For developement I'm using the ATAVRDRAGON board to program the chip
using JTAG (and all working correctly).
Now the projec...
My HW/SW design team is deep into the design cycle of a consumer device
that has a micro SD card socket. We chose SPI communication instead of
SDIO. The choice has mostly worked but...
Started by Unknown 5 days ago
I'm working on a USB device that will need to be powered during "Global Sus=
pend" and will draw around 150mA of current - this maybe reduced to around =
95mA. I'm getting confused about s...
Posted by alb - 6 days ago
/thanks/ to a buggy control software and potentially a wrong approach in
error handling, we have wiped out the factory-marked bad block
information on a NAND flash device (Micron).