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How to Use SPM for Flash to Flash Programming

The Self Programming Mode (SPM) is a feature which enables a microcontroller to program its own flash memory. Using the SPM a microcontroller can program itself with an SPM code. The SPM is commonly used with the microcontroller Boot-Loader codes which help to program the microcontroller serially. In AVR microcontroller the SPM is available only for the code running in the BLS of the flash memory. With the ...

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Experimenting the 2051 withC Programming using 89C2051

Learn yourself, how to write a simple program using Clanguage for the 89C2051/89C4051. Write a C source program, compile,and download the HEX code to the chip directly, connect DC adapter, seewhat happen after power up the board. No need ICE, in-circuit programmer,everything can be made by yourself easily. Introduction This page was provided forBeginnerswho interested in using C and Assembly languageto do s ...

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Genially simple and fast programming of 4D Systems displays

Graphic programming environment 4D ViSi-Genie enables an unbelievably simple programming without necessity to write a single line of code! 4D ViSi-Genie is a part of the Workshp4 IDE software package, intended for intelligent graphic displays from company 4D Systems. When we mentioned in the article "Focus at the main subject - application itself and the 4D ViSi will take care about its look" that “programm ...

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Programming AVR ADC module with WinAVR using Atmega8 microcontroller

Most of AVR microcontrollers have Analog to Digital Converter (ADC) integrated in to chip. Such solution makes embedded designers life much easier when creating projects and programming them. With no need external ADC PCB takes less space, easier to create programs – it saves time and money. As an example lets take Atmega8 microcontroller which have up to 8 ADC inputs most with 10-bit resolution(excluding A ...

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Tag Connect: a Tiny In-Circuit Programming Cable

Tag Connect is a neat new in-circuit programming cable that allows you to shrink the footprint of your programming pins on your pcb. [ via ] Tag Connect: a Tiny In-Circuit Programming Cable - [ Link ] ISP-Adapter for the breadboard Versatile SOIC PIC programming header Reset TinyAVR fuses with HVSP SolderCore CPU with Interactive and Internet-enabled CoreBASIC Interpreter Ultra-small vusbtiny AVR programmer ...

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Free C++ Compiler for PIC32

Microchip Technology has announced a free C++ compiler with unlimited code generation capabilities: MPLAB XC32++ Compiler (Free version), which supports all their 32-bit PIC32 microcontrollers. The compiler enables designers to develop and re-use C++ or mixed C/C++ projects in the MPLAB XC32 environment and makes all of Microchip’s C language extensions available. ...

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AVR Programming – a Step by Step Tutorial

Introduction This is a complete AVR Tutorial, including avr programming in a very basic & organized way, We will go through by following items. What is an AVR? Using Mac and Windows How AVR programming works Choosing a programmer, to burn the code. Using AVRDUDE Prerequisites This set of notes does have some prerequisites. It requires two important sets of knowledge: You must know how to use the command ...

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