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try #include /* srand, rand */ have you thought how you would seed the generator - it is only pseudo-random so unless you seed differently each time you run you will get the same sequence of numbers
For a car-fob, when a certain code have been accepted by receiver is it automatically blocked against reuse. Else had it not been a working rolling code system. A common rolling code system is KeeLoq which have a 32 bit random sequence generator. When a key fob is paired in a such system, (...)
can any one send a system VERILOG code for random sequence generator
#include #include main() { int x = rand() % 25; printf("%d",x); } I am using rand() function and it always gives me a output of 16. Please give me the reason. As per my knowledge a rand() generates random number based on system clock. But if i load to micro controller on what basis is it generating a random n
4-1. random-Bit Noise generator??.??????????.?. 32 4-1-1. Uniform-Distributed random-Bit generator??.?.. 33 4-1-2. Normal-Distributed random-Bit generator????. 34 4-1-3. Pseudo-random random-Bit generator?????? 35 Regards, IanP
perhaps use a pseudo-random sequence feeding byte =>>D/A ==>output there is an app note on mchip site for random sequence: regards Polymath
Binary sequence generator I went to generate a sequence of bits Here length is 600*8 bits (this is fixed not random sequence) I will code this in vhdl Can some help me :cry: