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subject is self-explainitory [and for those who cannot see it this user wrote "What happened to F7 build on 4.18??? Bring it back!"]
Thursday, 26 August 2010 - 21:00
DISAVR for Win32 1.01 beta released
wagnerlip wrote:SxPilot450, I hope you don't get mad. I wrote an envelope code around your program to list real byte address on the code and the ASCII representation of that...
Friday, 22 January 2010 - 17:51
extracting code from a chip
gordonm wrote:szpilot450, Hmm. Where did the PC reference come from? A badly chosen straw man perhaps? Consult wikipedia for the PC timeline - first introduced in Aug 1981 with...
Thursday, 19 June 2008 - 17:17
extracting code from a chip
ranc80 wrote:thank you all for the info. learned alot. Gordon, a PC code environment is quite different from an embedded controller with a few kilobytes of memory in comparision....
Wednesday, 18 June 2008 - 17:15
extracting code from a chip
Brenton_S15 wrote:While you may be able to extract the binary or machine code the processor is executing, you won't get the source code. Think about it guys, if you wrote some...
Tuesday, 17 June 2008 - 17:45
Where can we buy XMEGA in North America?
Thanks, I've been requesting samples on their website a few times now with nothing coming in :(.
Saturday, 14 June 2008 - 01:38
Code / Data Protection on AVR's
Polyfuses are possible. TI uses them and various other companies. A true OTP fuse since it blows open. They are easilly found but it's not the point, the point is true...
Wednesday, 4 June 2008 - 04:58
Code / Data Protection on AVR's
Broxbourne, Exactly the problem. Too bad Atmel doesn't leave PolySilicon fuses on some of the pins for a true disconnect if needed. It's not a question of finding the poly-fuses...
Wednesday, 4 June 2008 - 04:23
Code / Data Protection on AVR's
Good point Lee. I suppose a person needs to try this (blowing the reset pin). I mean the parts cost you less than $1.00 today for an ATINY11 (example).
Wednesday, 4 June 2008 - 04:08
Code / Data Protection on AVR's
The pullup is after the esd diodes which are what tend to blow at least on the larger ~.60um AVR's.
Wednesday, 4 June 2008 - 04:02
Code / Data Protection on AVR's
You really don't need the reset pin in many situations. Since the pin is internally pulled up, you can use an interrupt to issue a reset :). The chances of the Chinese/...
Wednesday, 4 June 2008 - 03:44
Code / Data Protection on AVR's
UNiXWHoRe wrote:Well two things Lee... First, obviously if you go the length of blowing the ISP pin, I imagine you would also blow a critical JTAG pin and also the debugwire pin...
Wednesday, 4 June 2008 - 03:18