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Intel Atom: pros/cons/hazzards? [136 replies]

Posted by Don Y - 36 minutes ago

Hi, I've rescued a couple of Atom-based SBC's. Essentially diskless workstations. Am I correct in assuming these are just "yet-another-x86"? Are there any downsides/upsides/proble...Intel Atom:  pros/cons/hazzards?

USB? Ethernet? Bluetooth? [22 replies]

Posted by Tim Wescott - 2 hours ago

To date, most of my headless embedded development has been either entirely stand-alone, or has communicated with the outside world via serial. Serial is kinda old, and getting clunky. Yes, you c...USB?  Ethernet?  Bluetooth?

D'oh! Oh, for lack of a code review. [10 replies]

Posted by Tim Wescott - 8 hours ago

I just had to share this, god knows why. I keep thinking that I want to figure out a way to gather up a group of five or ten embedded software consultants in my area and form a code review exchan...D'oh!  Oh, for lack of a code review.

Bluetooth module - low volume, good sdk and readily available docs ? [1 replies]

Started by Unknown 9 hours ago

Hi, I'm looking for a Bluetooth module for a low-volume product which needs bas= ically a replacement for a serial protocol and for which the complete docs = are readily available and which has e...Bluetooth module - low volume, good sdk and readily available docs ?

Display module ID [9 replies]

Posted by Dimiter_Popoff - 17 hours ago

Just put apart a tablet, has a nice 7" 1280x800 display with capacitive touch. No more than 3mm thick... pretty good. The only text on its back is: P0400247R012cc1N00088 . There is also a ve...Display module ID

Thread based software architecture vs Process based software architecture [3 replies]

Posted by Karthik Balaguru - 19 hours ago

Hi, Have few queries on the best possible software architecture. Processes are heavy weight and they appear to occupy more memory, more time= to create/start, increased latency during context sw...Thread based software architecture vs Process based software architecture

YAMI4 on Arduino Uno [2 replies]

Started by Unknown 4 days ago

I am pleased to announce that the YAMI4 project was extended to cover also the Arduino platform: http://inspirel.com/yami4/arduino_uno.html YAMI4 is an open-source set of libraries for building ...YAMI4 on Arduino Uno

Sequence matching [4 replies]

Posted by Don Y - 6 days ago

Hi, I have a process that emits element_t's at some rate. The number that will be emitted is not known a priori. And, will vary with each invocation. Another process accumulates these element_...Sequence matching

Embedded Software Engineer with strong C/C++ and MATLAB/Simulink skills

Posted by Hasan Ibne Akram - 6 days ago

Description We are seeking an Embedded Software Engineer with strong C/C++ and MATLAB/S= imulink skills to join our project for one of the high-end automobile clien= ts in Munich, Germany. As a key...Embedded Software Engineer with strong C/C++ and MATLAB/Simulink skills

Cypress PSOC CY8CKit-49-42xx Prototype Kit [2 replies]

Posted by rickman - 7 days ago

I am helping to port Mecrisp Forth to the PSOC and am having trouble loading my program to the eval board. I am using the $4 CY8CKit-49-42xx board with the more functional 4245 device. I started...Cypress PSOC CY8CKit-49-42xx Prototype Kit

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