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AVR, USB, OSX, and MIDI, all at once!
EW wrote:AndersAnd wrote:synSthEtE wrote:Ok, so the computer should recognize the plugged in USB device as a serial device, but is this true even for computers that don't have a...
Monday, 25 October 2004 - 17:20
Flash vs. SRAM questions
That is correct. On the Mega32, you get 2048 bytes + registers + I/O of space. The exact numbers are in the data sheet. And, yes, it's very easy to run out of data space. You...
Wednesday, 20 October 2004 - 16:24
RTOS and low level interrupts
Hmm, interesting. I will grant your point. :) I quite enjoy C++ for the flexibility of it's objects. I have, upon a couple of occasions, turned around bug fixes while the...
Tuesday, 12 October 2004 - 07:41
RTOS and low level interrupts
AndyG wrote:Quote:So, say we decide on a hardware upgrade. Now we have to fly a service guy to that country, pay his time and flight. So you agree with me then. You should...
Tuesday, 12 October 2004 - 01:00
RTOS and low level interrupts
AndyG wrote:Quote:"In order to get the product out, we have to add more memory, or a faster CPU." That's not before 3 or 4 people have spent a month trying to fit it onto the...
Friday, 8 October 2004 - 16:47
RTOS and low level interrupts
AndyG wrote:@bluefire211 Quote: I'm an inexperienced EE student... It doesn't have to be the fastest and the smallest, it just has to work according to specifications, and it...
Friday, 8 October 2004 - 08:13
RTOS and low level interrupts
Hmm, perhaps I came off rather confused. Ok, professionally, I develop VoIP software. Nice large machines. 960 phone calls max. That's a huge amount of code, and there's no...
Thursday, 7 October 2004 - 17:10
RTOS and low level interrupts
AndyG wrote:Quote: And why are there C compilers for them? Is that a serious question? You wouldn't be from a hardware background by any chance? Mmm, no, but I am showing my age...
Tuesday, 5 October 2004 - 22:42
RTOS and low level interrupts
Why are people putting OSes on microcontrollers? And why are there C compilers for them? Ok, I admit, I'm doing software video with mine, so it's pretty much busy all the time....
Tuesday, 5 October 2004 - 01:33
SRAM, EEPROM, FLASH???
Yeah, that 1000 write limitation on the flash is a bit of a pain for development. However, SOME of the datasheets show the parts to be using 10,000 cycle flash. You're unlikely...
Friday, 24 September 2004 - 16:54