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Dual-boot Your Arduino

There was a time, not so long ago, when all the cool kids were dual-booting their computers: one side running Linux for hacking and another running Windows for gaming. 227 kata lagi

Arduino Hacks

AVR Microcontroller Memory Architecture

What is a memory map?

The memory map of a microcontroller is a diagram which gives the size, type, and layout of the memories that are available in the microcontroller. 308 kata lagi


Difference Between Microcontroller And Microprocessor.

You must always be confused when you are asked about difference between microprocessors and microcontrollers. As it seems to be same but it’s not.  So let’s discuss about them and point out the major differences between them. 548 kata lagi


Staring at the Sun: Erasing an EPROM

Flash memory is the king today. Our microcontrollers have it embedded on the die. Phones, tablets, and computers run from flash. If you need re-writable long term storage, flash is the way to go. 309 kata lagi


How I²C EEPROM Talks to the Bus

You will probably be familiar with I²C, a serial bus typically used for not-very-fast communication with microcontroller peripherals. It’s likely though that unless you are an I²C wizard you won’t be intimately familiar with the intricacies of its operation, and each new device will bring a lengthy spell of studying data sheets and head-scratching. 271 kata lagi


I2C Bit Injection Adds Memory Banks To Everything

wished to upgrade his newly acquired radio — a Baofeng UV-82 — with a larger memory for storing additional scanning channels, and came up with a very elegant solution:  278 kata lagi


Testing MicroPro TL866

Part of the learning experience around the Z80 processor is to get a good understanding of the methods used to program the EEPROM or Flash memory used to drive old style processors. 542 kata lagi