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I have looked at this also. It appears that most of the command sets are the same. I think that they are going to have to be considering several people (sandisk, toshiba, etc) have generated ASIC for ATA to flash support. No vendor wants to get locked into a single source chip.
I did find...
ntsc pal secam decoder ip
I remember seeing this post.
There was quite a few other nasty replies that I remember seeing from people that were hoping to use this for products.
There seemed to be a bit of a pissing match...
Yes, that is the one I saw. But here are a few others that you might not have seen.
I think that you are going to have to put in a request to the factory for this one. I check out all of my CDs (and I have good number of them from SIG/PHILIPS) over many years. This AN did not show up anywhere but the high level design guide under IC01. It appears to be a performance report...
Re: Best C compiler for AVR
What ramesh is refering to is the version of im@gecraft. The pro version has a post compile optimizer, the standard version does not. If he compiled under the standard version, that might be the size discrepancy. At one point in time, I looked at the...
Re: Rocket I/O
I am currently doing a design right now.
The main question is what is the speed of the serdes connection that you are going to use? This is somewhat dependant upon the part you pick.
I have been working on something similar. I want to get to the data too, but I have the intention of multiplexing multiple image sensors over one link.
What I would do is to develop a SDRAM (DDR preferably) controller using a small FPGA. To help increase then bandwidth to the SDRAM, use burst...
Just a note of warning.....
I have done some VCXO/DLL designs in the past. The DLL's are very sensitive to jitter and frequency change. I have even had instances where the DLL just won't recover with a reset, it requires powering down the device. This is not very good...
dpll recovers the clock
A couple of things come to mind.
Most circuits that I have seen that perform this function use a much higher frequency to oversample the input and make decisions. This allows for better jitter control. A digital filter can be used to estimate the adjustments to the...