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    Parallel Port Data Acquisition

    Hello I want to make a data acquisition system using a micro-controller/FPGA, interfacing it with PC via parallel port. I was just wondering if I could get a sampling rate of about 1.5 Mega samples/bytes per second (assuming one sample is 8 bit long). I mean I am only concerned about the...
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    MATLAB-scanning for input and in parallel executing other part of the code

    I have a set of instructions that I want to be executed for ever, while in parallel to this execution, I want MATLAB to scan for user input that I can use to pause/resume the execution of the set of instructions. Is it possible in MATLAB. Any Suggestions please. Thanks, Best regards, Muhammad...
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    Where can I buy a transparent magnet??

    Hi! I am looking for a Transparent Magnet for my experiments. I have googled it but could not found any commercial product. Is there something available. Thanks, Best regards, Muhammad Awais.
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    2D Matrix Convolution in MATLAB.

    Hello I am trying to do 2D convolution in MATLAB. its easier to do it with conv2 function. I was wondering if I could do it like this. computing convolution in x-direction and then in y-direction using linear convolion function conv in MATLAB, and finally combining them to obtain a same result...
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    Virtex2 pro dual port block ram

    Hi I am currently working with virtex 2 pro fpga and want to use the dual port ram, the problem I am having is that in simulation it shows right results while when I synthesize my program it does not work accordingly. I have varified this that the problem is only due to the use of dual port ram...
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    VHDL code synthesizeable or not, please help me

    vhdl not code Hi! I am new to VHDL, I want to know that is the following piece of code synthesizeable or not process (x) begin if(x' event and x = '0') then ..... .... end if; end process; Where x is any signal or input other than the clock. I am perticularly refering to the event statement...
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    a piece of code - synthesizeable or not?

    Synthesizeable or not? Hi! I am new to VHDL, I want to know that is the following piece of code synthesizeable or not process (x) begin if(x' event and x = '0') then ..... .... end if; end process; Where x is any signal or input other than the clock. I am perticularly refering to the event...
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    bilinear/bicubic interpolation

    bicubic interpolation Hi! I am currently working with image down sampling. Can anyone explain the basic concept and idea of image down sampling using bilinear and bicubic interpolation. Thanks, regards, Muhammad Awais
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    FFT exact meaning - need correction or clarification

    FFT Simple question Hi! I want to know that what does the term "fft bins" exactly mean?. I have searched for it but could not understand it exactly. That if for a discrete signal x(n) we take an N point fft, then FFT spectrum will have N frequency bins. Is it right or wrong. Please correct me...
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    Frequecny division by any integer factor

    Hi! I want to know if there is some way to divide the input clock frequency by any integral factor e.g. a division of input clock by 3. I know its possible to divide the input clock freq. by powers of 2. But how about any other integer. thanks. regards Muhammad Awais
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    Read and write bitmap file in vhdl

    reading file with testbench vhdl Hi! I am tryint to write a vhdl code for downsampling of image. I have to actually write a test bench that cna can read a grayscale bitmap image and then write a downscaled version of image as a result in the bitmap format. Any help?. thanks in advance. Awais

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