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    Closed: ZYNQ based data acquisition system

    Hi,

    I am working with the design of new ZYNQ based data acquisition system having ADC on the board. I may need to use an oscillator for ADC which will eventually have the output data clock of...
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    Closed: Calibrating the acceleration sensors

    Hi,

    I am wondering how to calibrate the acceleration sensors. The sensors I am working with are very similar to what we have on FPGA development boards. I have readout electronics for sensors...
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    Closed: Re: Tera Term to send continuous

    Hi,

    I have tired the following Macro code in TTL, it works.



    pause 2

    val = 0
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    Closed: Re: Tera Term to send continuous

    I guess first I need to setup COM connection in Tera Term and then I need to run the script. How to run the script ? In which file do I need to save the code ?
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    Closed: Tera Term to send continuous

    Hi,

    I need to send data from PC to COM port continuously which is just a short string to be send every 10 second. Is it possible to write for loops in Tera Term for that purpose ?
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    Closed: Level converter devices

    Hi,

    I am looking for level converters from 3.3 V to 1.8 V. The differential clock signals I am dealing with are of frequency 500 MHz. There are two clocks i.e. four differential pairs. Any...
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    Closed: Leaded solder vs LeadFree solder

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    I normally use Sn63 and/or Sn62 for soldering with iron temperature around 320 C. Both solders have lead i.e., Pb. I am wondering if I can use leadfree solder with the same soldering station...
  8. Closed: Re: Bluetooth Serial Module for PIC Microcontroller

    Yes I think I should go for HC-05. I guess it is Ok to interface it with Arduino 2560 without any license, right ?. I am wondering which pins on Arduino 2560 are Tx and Rx.
  9. Closed: Re: Waveform saving upon trigger in windows from Oscilloscope

    Hi,

    No further update on this post. Kindly have a look at my last post and give some comments.

    Can I save the waveform upon trigger in Tektronix MSO2024B ? Do I need to connect it to...
  10. Closed: Re: External Ethernet Microcontroller or ZYNQ

    Yes, I understand that ZYNQ only provide MAC, it need External Ethernet PHY for example in ZedBoard. How about if my design in PL fabric in ZYNQ need both core of ARM process to run the design in PL...
  11. Closed: Re: External Ethernet Microcontroller or ZYNQ

    Hi,

    By performance I mean the overall system speed. I am wondering which option will make the system speed maintain at good level.
  12. Closed: [moved] External Ethernet Microcontroller or ZYNQ

    Hi,

    I need to implement 1 GigE with either FPGA or ZYNQ. I am wondering performance wise which Ethernet option is more promising.

    1- FPGA with external Ethernet Microcontroller (MAC and PHY)...
  13. Closed: Re: Waveform saving upon trigger in windows from Oscilloscope

    Can we get more data point memory by using software ? I mean if oscilloscope connected to windows software than can we get more then 1 M data point point record length or not ?

    The waveform which...
  14. Closed: Re: Waveform saving upon trigger in windows from Oscilloscope

    "The simple way to save the waveform is to set up acquisition parameters as required, make a measurement and save the waveform to USB drive in *.csv format."

    Can this also be done in Tektronix...
  15. Closed: Waveform saving upon trigger in windows from Oscilloscope

    Hi,

    I need to save waveform from Tektronix MSO2024B. This Oscilloscope come with windows software "Tektronix Openchoice Desktop Application TDSPCS1 - v2.6" but I have not used it. The waveform to...
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    Closed: Re: Microcontroller selection - higher baud rate

    I guess the formula for calculating the baud rates are below.

    SPBRG = (Fosc / (16 x Baud rate)) - 1, BRGH = 1 High Speed
    SPBRG = (Fosc / (64 x Baud rate)) - 1, BRGH = 0 Low Speed

    With BRGH =...
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    Closed: Re: Microcontroller selection - higher baud rate

    @Aussie - 256000 bits per second Baud rate is actually required.
  18. Closed: Bluetooth Serial Module for PIC Microcontroller

    Hi,

    I am looking for low price Bluetooth Serial Module with pin header to interface with PIC Microcontroller. Any suggestions in this regard please.
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    Closed: Re: Microcontroller selection - higher baud rate

    I am sorry I don't get the calculations. Kindly explain it with an other example. I have 16 MHz and 20 MHz XTAL crystals. I need to find and buy 18F PIC Microcontroller which can work for 115 K and...
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    Closed: Re: Microcontroller selection - higher baud rate

    I guess with in Microcontroller with PLL it is possible to multiply the frequency by factor like 2 and 4 etc. and in Microcontroller XTAL connected externally we can divide the frequency by integer...
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    Closed: Re: ZYNQ Power Requirement

    Yes VOLTAGE requirement. Which document should I look into ? I need to connect required voltage sources to the ZYNQ device.
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    Closed: ZYNQ Power Requirement

    Hi,

    I am sorry for asking a very basic question. I am working on PCB design having ZYNQ 7030 on it. I am looking for power requirement of ZYNQ 7030 for different banks. I need to know which...
  23. Closed: Components nomenclature on PCB silkscreen

    Hi,

    I am working on 8 channel PCB design having around 20+ capacitors on each channel. I am looking for nice nomenclature. In the beginning I have chosen CAxx, CBxx, CCxx, CDxx,...., to represent...
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    Closed: Re: Microcontroller selection - higher baud rate

    Hi Susan,

    Thanks for your comment. I am also thinking to use external crystal to have more stable UART. I have 16 MHz and 20 MHz in stock. Any 18F PIC with 16 MHz or 20 MHz crystal recommended...
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    Closed: Re: Microcontroller selection - higher baud rate

    I was checking once PIC18F2550 which I guess does not support 115k Baud rate with internal oscillator.
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