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Aug
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revised Lattice Diamond gitignore
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Aug
19
comment Lattice Diamond gitignore
@ChetanBhargava Thats fine, what SE group would you recommend this question would get posted under?
Jun
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awarded  Good Answer
May
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awarded  Popular Question
May
15
comment PIC18: I2C with external triggered interrupt stuck in ISR
This question doesn't belong on electronics since its a software issue. Check the documentation, I'm not familiar with the particular device you are using, but most likely you are not clearing the condition that caused the interrupt flag. Then as soon as you return from ISR, the flag is raised again, and you go back in to the ISR.
May
15
answered Lattice Diamond gitignore
May
15
comment what is an analog multiplexer? Do we have a 2:1 analog mux?
Analog muxing/switching devices are available as COTS devices. Quick search of the internet shows a variety of parts, some up in the GHz range of bandwidth.
May
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revised Lattice Diamond gitignore
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May
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revised Lattice Diamond gitignore
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May
14
comment Lattice Diamond gitignore
I know how a .gitignore file works, I didn't ask that; however, if you've ever used Diamond, it generates a LOT of files, and Lattice has no clear documentation (that I've come across) of what all of the files exactly are, whether they are necessary for build, are generated, etc. As I said, I could probably generate one myself, but I would like to see if someone has a boilerplate that already exists.
May
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asked Lattice Diamond gitignore
May
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awarded  Informed
Feb
16
answered Difference between Hertz and Duty Cycle
Feb
4
comment Is there a way to disable an UART terminal?
I agree with sending breaks. Send a stream of breaks, and reset the power, thats going to be the cleanest way unless you add in some sort of buffer on the slave side to prevent this from happening in the future.
Feb
4
revised Can I use the 32.768 kHz output from a RTC instead of an external oscillator on a PIC MCU?
Added more information.
Feb
4
comment Can I use the 32.768 kHz output from a RTC instead of an external oscillator on a PIC MCU?
Oh, good catch about the OD output. I didn't notice that while skimming the datasheet.
Feb
4
answered Can I use the 32.768 kHz output from a RTC instead of an external oscillator on a PIC MCU?
Feb
3
comment Finding an RFID Reader that reads at 1 meter
@DerekHalden Quick searching on the googles returned products with no pricing, meaning its likely going to be at least $200 for a transceiver capable of that range. I don't know enough about HF antenna characteristics to know the effective angle, I just assume its going to be narrow and focused to get the most power transfer possible.
Feb
3
comment Finding an RFID Reader that reads at 1 meter
My knowledge of RFID is in the LF range, so please do not take everything I say at face value. Based on what I know, you might be able to find passive tags that can work at 1 m range. However the transceiver hardware has to be able to send that much energy that far and be able to see it deflected back. Means narrow range of operation and high power. You are looking at very expensive off the shelf hardware to make it happen either way. Using an active tag would be more efficient. As for Ardunio, as long as the transceiver can output something the Arduino can handle, you can interface them.
Feb
1
comment Determine torque required to operate manual adjustable height desk
Do you actually have the desk to test on, or is this theoretical?