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What are the disadvantages of using DFLL?
misterbirra wrote:Anyway, I still can't understand why both 2+32MHz DFLL must be turned on even if I only need to keep the 32MHz stable. I always include both for XMEGA A. It...
Thursday, 28 January 2021 - 10:03
What are the disadvantages of using DFLL?
misterbirra wrote:I don't see this requirement in the XMEGA D manual. Where is it written? It is not written anywhere. But for XMEGA A you have to do it.   Factory...
Thursday, 28 January 2021 - 09:38
What are the disadvantages of using DFLL?
misterbirra wrote:I think yes, I have a free pin. How do I access the DFLL output in code? Disable interrupts and loop the inverting program on the pin. Monitor the output...
Wednesday, 27 January 2021 - 23:04
Easy/decent way to get 64K of SRAM available in an AVR
alank2 wrote: You can also run some 16 bit tools in vDos on an x64. I need all the .EXE (x16) files to be in the same section declared in path. The result of the application (....
Sunday, 26 April 2020 - 18:16
Easy/decent way to get 64K of SRAM available in an AVR
Kartman wrote:Why are you talking about Compilation? You said you only do assembler. What is the name of the process of translating a program from assembly language to machine...
Sunday, 26 April 2020 - 13:49
Easy/decent way to get 64K of SRAM available in an AVR
The code size after compilation is 64 layers, each from 16 to 32 kilobytes. You can imagine the size of the source files yourself.
Sunday, 26 April 2020 - 13:29
Easy/decent way to get 64K of SRAM available in an AVR
I'm not talking about a 16-bit machine. I am talking about the runtime of a 16-bit application on a 32-bit machine, and about the time of emulation of a 32-bit system, followed by...
Sunday, 26 April 2020 - 12:55
Easy/decent way to get 64K of SRAM available in an AVR
Kartman wrote: If you want something more modern you could contact IAR - but sit down when you see the price! I use only the assembler Z80 and / or AVR. Many projects exist,...
Sunday, 26 April 2020 - 12:21
Easy/decent way to get 64K of SRAM available in an AVR
Kartman wrote: You can easily run your existing application in a virtual machine. Yes of course, but the compilation time is strong increases.
Sunday, 26 April 2020 - 12:13
Easy/decent way to get 64K of SRAM available in an AVR
Kartman wrote: You'd want to ask Avocet Systems that question. Does Avocet Systems exist?
Sunday, 26 April 2020 - 12:10
Easy/decent way to get 64K of SRAM available in an AVR
I wrote a Z80 emulator for AVR. I am using AVMACZ80 and AVLINKZ80 from Avocet Systems. He is very comfortable and familiar to me. But this is a 16-bit application, and they do not...
Sunday, 26 April 2020 - 10:56
Using XMEGA128A1U EEPROM with Assembler
Memory-mapped mode, read-only convenient. You write in this mode not in eeprom, but in page buffer. To write a page buffer to eeprom, you need to perform the same actions as the...
Tuesday, 25 February 2020 - 09:39

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