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steve - 2013-05-21 17:52:00
I was wondering whether a 4.2V li-Ion charger could be used to charger 3 se=
ries NiMH batteries, assuming appropriate current limits where in place. I=
understand that they may not achieve full c...
pllana - 2013-05-20 03:04:00
CALL FOR PAPERS:
6th International Workshop on Multi/many-Core Computing Systems
September 7, 2013, Edinburgh, Scotland, ...
pozz - 2013-05-19 12:11:00
I have to purchase a serial EEPROM/Flash memories programmer (SPI, I2C)
that usually supports also many other devices (PIC,...), even if it's
not a must. I'd like to have also a SMD socket/adapte...
NotReallyMe - 2013-05-18 12:27:00
It seems that Microcross, Warner Robins, GA a supplier of Visual X-Tools
and gnu x-tools has gone away. Web site has been down since last year.
I have used their tools on a few projects over the...
rombios - 2013-05-14 20:26:00
I used to use livejournal to blog about various embedded projects I am
working on. But they have changed their interface and they dont allow one
to post attachments.
So my question is -...
pozz - 2013-05-14 16:52:00
I have an old RFID reader that is based on U2270B chip from Atmel
(previously from TEMIC).
It seems any kind of info about this IC are disappeared on Atmel web
site. There are only documents an...
Ivan Shmakov - 2013-05-08 14:52:00
BTW, is there any good 1-wire "master" interface library (as
used, e. g., to communicate with the DS18B20 temperature
sensors), which happens to be free software?
I'm aware of the P...
Luther Blackwood - 2013-05-08 13:56:00
I've been toying around with the idea of using transistors to power gate devices, an SD card for example. Is there any proper practices when doing this and/or anything to be concerned about?
Marco T. - 2013-05-07 12:20:00
I need some help to activate full stop mode in MAC7121: before I activated
pseudo-stop mode, and it works fine. Now I need to activate full stop mode,
but it doesn't work.
This is the code:...
trueskew - 2013-05-04 19:24:00
I'm hoping to work with an extremely small circuit (half the size of a
dime, and preferably smaller) that needs to talk to a bluetooth host over
SPP. Money isn't an object yet, but it's fair to say t...