Group with more traffic than CAE?

Started by Anonymous in comp.arch.embedded6 months ago 2 replies

Hi This group has not much traffic Any recommendations for an alternative group? Cheers Klaus

Hi This group has not much traffic Any recommendations for an alternative group? Cheers Klaus


high voltage charge pump

Started by Hul Tytus in comp.arch.embedded6 months ago 4 replies

Anyone familiar with a high voltage charge pump designed as a step down power supply? The voltage is between 175 & 200. Numerous high...

Anyone familiar with a high voltage charge pump designed as a step down power supply? The voltage is between 175 & 200. Numerous high voltage versions exist using inductors, (Onsemi has one that is "self supplied" which is attractive) but not a one that works with just a capacitor. Are there any out there I've missed? Hul


gpsim segfaults when loading a .cod with stack in linmem.

Started by Johann Klammer in comp.arch.embedded6 months ago 1 reply
GDB

the version is gpsim-0.31.0 # (Dec 30 2019) the commandline was gdb --args gpsim -s ../pic/main.cod Here's a debug session: Program received...

the version is gpsim-0.31.0 # (Dec 30 2019) the commandline was gdb --args gpsim -s ../pic/main.cod Here's a debug session: Program received signal SIGSEGV, Segmentation fault. 0xb7e28020 in PicCodProgramFileType::read_symbols ( this=0xb7fa3b20 , cpu=0x8074b40) at cod.cc:559 559 cpu-> registers[value]-> new_name(b); p s $7 = 0x80680fa "\006_stack\002" p le


Numerical output from a single LED

Started by John Speth in comp.arch.embedded6 months ago 16 replies

I'm working on a project in which the hardware is already designed. The customer added a late stage requirement to output a numerical counter...

I'm working on a project in which the hardware is already designed. The customer added a late stage requirement to output a numerical counter value. The only output port is a single three-color (RGB) LED. Does anybody have any ideas how one might drive the LED to output a numerical value? The device is a single purpose hand held grocery labeler and we want to count labels dispensed. ...


A free version of Labview

Started by Martin Riddle in comp.arch.embedded6 months ago 8 replies

Release date is... November or early next year. But the LINX toolkit in interesting for the Raspberry PI Cheers

Release date is... November or early next year. But the LINX toolkit in interesting for the Raspberry PI Cheers


FOSDEM 2020 - Ada Developer Room - Sat 1 Feb 2020 - Brussels

Started by Dirk Craeynest in comp.arch.embedded6 months ago

----------------------------------------------------------------------- Ada-Belgium is pleased to announce its ...

----------------------------------------------------------------------- Ada-Belgium is pleased to announce its 10th Ada Developer Room at FOSDEM 2020 Ada at the Free and Open source Software Developers' European Meeting on Saturday 1 February 2020 Universit? Libre de Bruxelles (ULB), Solbosch Campus, Room AW1.125 Avenue...


Ada-Europe 2020 Conference - EXTENDED 14 January deadline

Started by Dirk Craeynest in comp.arch.embedded6 months ago

The Ada-Europe 2020 Conference organizers decided to provide more time for authors to prepare their contributions. The deadline for...

The Ada-Europe 2020 Conference organizers decided to provide more time for authors to prepare their contributions. The deadline for most submissions is extended to Tuesday 14 January 2020. 3+ weeks remain! ----------------------------------------------------------------------- Call for Contributions UPDATED Call for Papers - EXTENDED DEADLINE ...


CubeMX and FreeRTOS: Systick

Started by pozz in comp.arch.embedded6 months ago 12 replies

As you know, I'm playing with STM32 and CubeMX autogeneration code tool. I don't like ST HAL libraries generated by CubeMX, but this is my first...

As you know, I'm playing with STM32 and CubeMX autogeneration code tool. I don't like ST HAL libraries generated by CubeMX, but this is my first approach to STM32 MCUs and CubeMX tool lets me have a fully-functional project in minutes. Maybe I will rewrite some HAL drivers in the future, but at the moment I'd like to leave with them. Now I have to add FreeRTOS and this is very simple wi...


CubeMX or not?

Started by pozz in comp.arch.embedded7 months ago 13 replies

I worked with NXP Cortex-M3 LPC1768 and similar and Microchip/Atmel SAM D20/C21. I didn't like Atmel Software Framework so I extracted a buch...

I worked with NXP Cortex-M3 LPC1768 and similar and Microchip/Atmel SAM D20/C21. I didn't like Atmel Software Framework so I extracted a buch of low-level files from ASF (mainly headers to manipulate registers) and rewrite the high-level drivers for peripherals I used (UART, ADC, Timers, ...) It wasn't a simple task, I spent many days to understand what ASF really do, decide what to ...


.gitignore for Eclipse CDT

Started by pozz in comp.arch.embedded7 months ago 1 reply

Many free IDE from silicon vendors (such as ST and NXP) are Eclipse-CDT based. Could you suggest a good .gitignore file? Mainly I don't know...

Many free IDE from silicon vendors (such as ST and NXP) are Eclipse-CDT based. Could you suggest a good .gitignore file? Mainly I don't know if it's better to ignore or add .settings folder, .project and .cproject files. I think it's useful to add in CVS the options passed to compiler and linker, so another use could checkout and compile in the same way.


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