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Posted by stellar41 - 1 hour ago
Im looking for a stand alone board to develop a data logger + data analysis
instrument. Im having trouble locating a board with adequate specs. The
crucial requirements: 32 bit cpu with a couple...
atxmega32a4u programming manual
The programming manual for Atmel's atxmega(16,32,64,128)a4u is, hopefully,
hidding. Is anyone here familiar with this device - it's the recent...
Started by Unknown 13 hours ago
Does anyone here have hands-on experience with the Inventek ISM43362 WiFi module?
Posted by pozz - 4 days ago
I'm going to develop a project where a small 2.4" TFT display module
with resistive touch panel will be used.
I'd like to use free emWin libraries distributed from NXP or ST for
Posted by Tim Wescott - 4 days ago
The title says most of it.
I'm working on a project for which the customer wants a lot of flexibility
to customize a product. The existing "macro language" is ancient (ca
Posted by Dimiter_Popoff - 2 weeks 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 Jack - 2 weeks 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...
Posted by Don Y - 2 weeks ago
Any pointers to research that can shed light on the robustness/vulnerability
of *particular* code metrics in the context of modeling:
- effort required
- "code correctness" (non-bu...
Posted by Gianguido - 2 weeks ago
In cheap home routers it happens that bootloaders perform some checks to
allow only vendor-approved firmware releases.
Bootloaders are tiny -usually 64 bytes- and often contain meaningful ...
Posted by Paul Rubin - 3 weeks 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 ...