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Hello, i have microcontroller 8051. now i want to interface pendrive using spi communication with microcontroller and want to save my data in pendrive as .CSV file. does any one know how to interface this thing and between pendrive and microcontroller which ics i need to use.
For the peripherals (UART, spi, I2C, CAN, usb, ...) that are part of Zynq micro-controller (part of PS) you can select if peripherals pins are MIO or EMIO. MIO pins are predefined, you can pick pins from predefined sets of possible pin connections for the particular PS peripheral. If you run Vivado or PlanAhead Zynq configuration, the tools will gu
Hi, I would like to check if I doing this well. I am designing a board which has a samS70 controller (100 pin LQFP version) that uses i2s, i2c, spi and usb (but the connector is next to the SAM device). There is a wifi module next to the SAM as well (ATWiNC1500-MR210PB). I have done most of the routing on top and reached a 80mm x 80mm board.
What's the intended RAM size, 1- 2 Mbit or Mbyte? The very low data rate allows to multiplex the access from both processors to a single port RAM, either with parallel or spi interface. spi interfaced SRAM is presently available up to 4 Mbit capacity.
1GHz and lower than 100$us??? and you don't like the raspberry pi? I think the new raspberry pi 2 with it's quad core ARM SoC should be enough. + it's cheap, very cheap! 35$us + ARM Cortex-A7 processor (32 bit) quad core at 900Mhz that you can overclock(careful there) has usb and ethernet (and spi usart, and general io) you can buy 'shields' and e
Hello, Basically I am developing a GUI to represent received data on a display. I have successfully implemented everything FPGA related except the input part. Ive been thinking of using spi but the connector on Altera Board is HSMC and I have not used it before. Is there any usb to HSMC or RS to HSMC converter cards that you might know? I've fou
it's true that usb is very difficult for beginners, so i want to ask you a few questions... - why do you want a gamepad in your project? if it's for generic input I suggest you a simpler shift register like the SNES gamepad or a spi interface for a Playstation dual shock 2 (you can even get the analog values! and vibrate the controller!!!, but not
Firstly, welcome to the forum! Due to the popularity of usb, there are various converter ICs available that handle the conversion between usb and various protocols such as spi, I?C, UART etc. FTDI, Microchip, Texas Instruments are current manufacturers of such ICs. You'll have to figure out the protocol used the the camera in question (...)
Hi All, I am considering some projects and would like to know partnumbers of MCU based on the minimum requirement below. - Current consumption: less than 100uA (Sleep); less than 500uA (Operational) - Communication: I2C, UART, spi, (usb and bluetooth a plus if integrated) - 4-8 I/O, A/D I don't know if this is to ambitious or what, s
I2C, spi, UART is no problem. usb depends on what you mean. If you mean interface to an external usb chippie that provides you with a fifo and control signals, then yes. If you plan to implement usb3 in fpga, best buy several crates of energy drink and tell friends & family not to call you for a few months. ;-)
Hello, I am using pic32mx795f512l and i am trying to code for external eeprom (25LC256) to store the last value of LED. I want to use spi communication for EEPROM. I need sample code to done this. Please help me with some sample code. Thanks in advance
The PGA is programmed through a Serial Peripheral Interface (spi). The PIC also has a spi interface. Now you need to go read about spi, and about how to implement it in your PIC.
if you use the Microchip product selector you can enter the number of PWM outputs (plus any other requirements such as digital IO, ADCs, spi, I2C, usb, etc)
Tiny ARM based controllers with Analog I/O exist for $20 with lots of serial interfaces like spi usb. But your software requirements are not defined for signal profile, processing, bandwidth, User interface. The +/-5V to full scale output requires a card with bipolar supplies or a negative -5V pump regulator.
I am selling cheap usb spi programmer. Here you can find supported ICs, photo of device and circuit. You can but it here on ebay
there are number of alternatives 1. UART to UART is probably the simplest and you can use hardware flow control if required 2. I2C or spi if the devices are close to each other 3. usb - make one PIC32 usb host and the second usb device 4. wired Ethernet or wireless for distances over 10 metres
Hi, i'm having problems with the design of a development board based on Atmega32A which has usb connection. The development board that i've been designing has the bootloader already loaded (it was loaded using spi), the problem is that when i plug it on the usb port of my PC, it doesnt recognize the board, and it says that it is an (...)
Hey guys, This little gizmo looks pretty nice, but there ar BIG BUTS. The software is on this page. Support is NON EXISTANT through email and telephone. I can't gat any responses and they won't call you back. That said: I'm running 64 bit UBUNTU 120.04 LTS
G'day, I've been tasked the job of cleaning up someone's failed attempt at what they thought was going to be a simple data acquisition system. The system has two 8 channel 12Bit 500kS/s spi ADCs. (Actually run at 20kS/s per channel for a total system throughput of 3.84Mb/s + overhead) An embedded Linux controller (Raspberry Pi) interfaces with t
Microchip’s In-Circuit Debugger, MPLAB ICD 2, is a powerful, low-cost, run-time development tool, connecting to the host PC via an RS-232 or high-speed usb interface. This tool is based on the Flash PIC MCUs and can be used to develop for these and other PIC MCUs and dspiC DSCs. The MPLAB ICD 2 utilizes the in-circuit debugging capability bui