Post Created date
XMega AVR ??
Quote:pico power devices for the battery-powered gizmos that need to last for years on a single cell Yuppo, the pico power chips are wonderful. I can't wait to get my hands on...
Friday, 8 December 2006 - 19:42
XMega AVR ??
Quote:I know many AVR customers who reached the limits of the AVR in case of computing power. I want more SPEED! You just can't do some things at 20mips. Like do decent video...
Friday, 8 December 2006 - 19:38
reverse engineering
Quote:PCB's would go up in smoke after they were used. That's what usually happens to mine when I first turn on the power :)
Thursday, 7 December 2006 - 19:16
AVR controlled power
Why not just get a cheap 12v to 110vac inverter and simply plug the XBOX into that? We use one we got at Wal-Mart to run a laptop in the cost like 35$
Thursday, 7 December 2006 - 19:13
Dear Santa Claus
Quote:Oh to!!! I think that you should give abcminiuser (Dean) and Gwen a very special Christmas present this year because they have both been such good children. How nice of you...
Thursday, 7 December 2006 - 19:05
Tiny15, very smal projects?
That is actually a great choice for a simple project :) I'd also put a button and 2 wires coming out with alligator clips on the end.... hook the clips to a wire or whatever and...
Thursday, 7 December 2006 - 18:48
Dear Santa Claus
Oboy Oboy Oboy :) Santa I want a Tektronics 2024 4 channel scope. Some new ARM dev board kits. The courage to start working with smd parts. A computer controlled Milling machine...
Thursday, 7 December 2006 - 07:36
reverse engineering
Hi dmonn :) Great article! I wonder how that guy got the chip out of the package? If he sent them off and payed that 50$ each then that is really expensive.
Thursday, 7 December 2006 - 06:06
reverse engineering
Hi c_oflynn :) That article was interesting....indeed, they do use lasers to assist in the compromising of chips.
Thursday, 7 December 2006 - 02:00
reverse engineering
I heard that a laser is used to alter some bits somehow. I read that somewhere on another forum.
Wednesday, 6 December 2006 - 18:47
ATtiny11 product end of life?
Quote:I was planning to use the tiny11 in a replacement for a 555 to drive a dip reed relay. Can somebody tell me if the micro have enough source driving current to do this job....
Wednesday, 6 December 2006 - 02:50
Difference btw AVR & PIC
Quote:Difference btw AVR & PIC All I have to say is that I would rather PAY to play with AVRs than BE PAID to work with PICs. :)
Sunday, 3 December 2006 - 21:58