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  1. Len Sherman EDN The June 23, 1988 issue of EDN included a Maxim Design News insert where we asked Who in their right mind would choose a computer interface standard that uses 12 V supplies, requires expensive connectors, works over a limited ...
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  3. Elliot Williams Hackaday We never have enough peripherals on a microcontroller. Whether it’s hardware-driven PWM channels, ADCs, or serial communication peripherals, we always end up wanting just one more of these but don’t really need ...
    Microcontrollers » Atmel » ATmega328PB
  4. Mark Hastings, Cypress Semiconductor EE Times To make the best decision as to what will work best for your project, you need to understand how different MCU vendors implement internal programmable logic In the last 25 years, the internal ...
  5. Richard Wilson Electronics Weekly Microcontrollers are becoming system-on-chip (SoC) devices and there is no way back for the ubiquitous controller device, says supplier Microchip. Even low cost 8-bit microcontrollers now integrate a large number ...
  6. Brian Benchoff Hackaday The 6502 is a classic piece of computing history. Versions of this CPU were found in everything from the Apple II, to the Nintendo Entertainment System, and the Commodore 64. The history of the 6502 doesn’t end with ...
    Microcontrollers » Western Design Center » W65C02SXB, W65c816SXB, 65C134SXB, W65C265SXB
  7. Mike Szczys Microchip has unveiled a new dev board called the Curiosity Development Board. I had my first look at this at Bay Area Maker Faire back in May but was asked not to publicize the hardware since it wasn’t officially ...
  8. Mark Ainsworth and Ranjith Mundoor, Cypress Semiconductor Embedded An 8- or 16-bit CPU may be ideal for your application at present. However, to stay competitive, you need to differentiate your product with continuous enhancements, including new ...
  9. William Wong Electronic Design I like to think I write good code, and I’ve used C and C++ almost since their inception. I admit to incorporating more than one unwanted bug into C applications that were eliminated after sometimes tedious ...
  10. Shawn Rezaei, ams ECN Active RFID usually operates at 455 MHz, 850 MHz, 900 MHz, 2.4 GHz or 5.8 GHz. It is suited to applications such as asset and people tracking, access control, passive keyless entry in cars, parking management systems and ...
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