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I am working with a DS5000T microcontroller. I am able to load intel hex files successfully into it. But when I am running it, nothing is happening. I wrote a program to blink an LED but nothing happens to my LED when I run my program.
I suspect the MCON register is not set up properly. It...
avr programmer diy
I recommend building one for two reasons:
1. Shipping from Europe to India (that is where I am from) is exorbitantly high and in many cases may be higher than the actual cost of the board. I am not too sure how it fares with the rest of the world.
2. Building your own...
I too recently faced the same dilemma as you mentioned. I wanted to try out AVR quickly.
For the programming SW, I am using PonyProg (www.lancos.com) but did not make the complicated circuit as mentioned in the lancos website.
I got a much simpler circuit from a guy from...
Re: ARM Processor
Ever heard of google?
Or ever heard of www.arm.com?
P.S. Do not expect people would pour in their advice in pages when all the effort you are putting in is just 1 line. If you are too lazy to describe your problem then forget any help from this board.
msp430 programmer diy
I am planning to create a DIY msp430 programmer. Better to put to use the free MSP430F2013IN samples I received of late. :D
I have searched this forum and the web, but did not find a truly DIY version. Basically most of them are telling to get an olimex parallel-JTAG...
silicon labs 8051 rtc
I have chosen the plain vanilla 8051(ATMEL AT89S52, to be precise) for all my projects till date. Using the plain vanilla was an excellent learning opportunity for me to get to know about interfacing many widely used peripherals.
Now, however I do feel that I should...
Can we use the 89C52 directly in place of the 87C52?
I mean the code is 100% compatible I know, however are there
any other caveats I may be ignoring?
And still further, it seems that 89S52 is an enhanced In-System Programmable variant
over 89C52. So, I should be able to replace the...