Post Created date
Realizing a kind of buffer technology ...
use circular buffer. Put your telegrams overthere and enable TX interrupt. Execute tx-ition and if head == tail disable TX interrupt.
Sunday, 15 February 2004 - 21:06
Using GCC for AVR in safetycritical applications
I do believe. ACP (ass covering procedure) has no limits as well as stupidity of applying them. Unfortunate decisions almost makes by big bosses whose knowledge is well below his...
Monday, 2 February 2004 - 21:41
Using GCC for AVR in safetycritical applications
Dear colleagues! Correct me if I’m wrong, but I strongly believe that not compilers/utilities/tools but different level of testing/debugging is necessary/requires for safety...
Monday, 2 February 2004 - 18:36
unexpected result
try t = ((u32)aeg << 16) + ((u32)ich << 8) + icl;
Saturday, 17 January 2004 - 15:25
using SPI feature in ATMEGA
It is quite simple. According SPI interface you should connect several(in your case 4) separate output pins from your master(AM126) to corresponding slave select pin on your slave...
Saturday, 17 January 2004 - 05:59
Compiler compatible with GCC...???
IAR? But I don't think it will help you. It is very-very expensive, has 2 stacks like ImageCraft and different registers usage. In other word you will have to do a lot of work to...
Wednesday, 14 January 2004 - 22:17
Enum size
"I guess you really wanted to get the number of elements in the enum and not the size of the enum itself." That is true. I have put an example intentionaly to show that it isn't a...
Thursday, 8 January 2004 - 14:52
Enum size
wrong.
Wednesday, 7 January 2004 - 20:10
Binary to BCD converter in C
That is example from www.xicor.com file RTCSnippets.pdf Convert Time to BCD Format /******************************************************************************* * Function:...
Wednesday, 7 January 2004 - 15:21
Comment: RTOS vs AVRX
Guys, I bet you did not include stack/heap in your numbers. I guess your numbers reflects task descriptors and static variables only.
Saturday, 3 January 2004 - 03:58
Comment: RTOS vs AVRX
Shane, How much SRAM is used by AVRX + 3 your tasks? Also you can read about BRICK(tiny kernel developed by myself) in topic writing tiny rtos. Cheers.
Saturday, 3 January 2004 - 00:03
Writing a tiny Real Time Operating Systems...
The registers R2-R17 and R28-R29 are preserved by the called function. This means that they are saved on the stack if used within the function. All other registers, R0-R1, R18-R27...
Wednesday, 31 December 2003 - 18:53

Pages