Just stumbled across this on another board
But its expensive , suggested retail $14.95
Interesting. What do you think it is? A pic? an avr? How many floating point operations per second does it do? Looks like the clk is 1mhz, so it must take 32 usec to load a fp number and another 32 to read it out..... I have measured 60,000 fp ops a sec on a 14.7456 mhz mega128... thats 16usec an operation.... so right off the bat, I'm wondering why do we want it?
Imagecraft compiler user
I dont know why we would want it :lol:
But its cute isn't it :wink:
Well if its just a Pic in disguice , then its a good marketing scam :? :?
Seems there is some timing here
That might not be impressive :oops:
Why the FSCK does they make such a thing :? :?
What do you think it is?
so it must take 32 usec to load a fp number
Maybe someone should put Bob's routines on a tiny13 or something,
priced at, say, $14.94 (:-)).
Why the FSCK does they make such a thing
If you were using a PIC it might be a big improvement.
My fp bench was the regular old iccavr library routines... nothing tweaked or optimized....
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