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Questions about programming parts (FPGAs, Flash, etc.) Many software programming questions should be asked instead on Stack Overflow.

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programming atmega chip

I have built a Ponyprog programmer to find out Windows 7 cannot recognize the drivers. I was wondering if I could use this "Pocket AVR Programmer" to program an atmega 8535? If so, how do I connect ...
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Open source pic programmer in windows

I started a project with my students to build a full open source PIC IDE in windows. My first try was to port Piklab to windows but it is dependent on Qt and KDE. We decide then to use Eclipse CDT as ...
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Best practices for production programming of data/NAND flash devices

A project has finally reached the point where prototypes are operational and ducks are lining up in rows for the first pre-production lot of boards. It uses a SOC device that boots its ARM core from ...
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Looking for a PIC board with webserver [closed]

I am looking for a PIC which has a webserver builtin or has the ability to install one(with) . I want to experiment connecting in reasonable price please)two PIC/PICAXE boards or different type and ...
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pic 32 starterkit i/o

I just bought a pic 32 starter kit, and since I did little reading before I picked up the product I found that it came with no simple way of accessing the pic32's input and output. I know there is a ...
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Unresolved symbols building a code composer 3 project in code composer 4

I downloaded a program from texas instruments, PMSM3-2, which is made for code composer studio 3. I only have code composer 4, when attempting to build it I get the errors: ...
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XDS510PP-PLUS JTAG Emulator on windows 7

I'm trying to use a spectrum digital XDS510PP parallel port to jtag emulator to program an ezdsp board. It's not working and I don't see any problem except that it only supports up windows XP. Is it ...
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How do you get a program onto an eZdsp board?

I'm using an eZdsp board which has a TMS320f2812 chip on it. The board has a parallel port on it which is used to program it. I'm experienced with software but not at using microcontrollers or DSPs ...
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Survey of High-Level Language Interpreters/Compilers for Microcontrollers

I would like to generate a list of high-level language interpreters and compilers (e.g. something that compiles LISP to C code) for microcontrollers. I've done a bit of research so far that I will ...
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iPhone programmable caps

Anyone have any details on how to make a programmable capacitor? Is it some fancy op amp trick? EDIT: I suppose I should be more clear. The new iPhone 4 is having severe antenna problems, because ...
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Is C++ suitable for embedded systems?

A common question, here and elsewhere. Is C++ suitable for embedded systems? Microcontrollers? RTOSes? Toasters? Embedded PCs? Is OOP useful on microcontrollers? Does C++ remove the programmer too ...
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ATTiny13 — avr-gcc Hello World uses over 100 bytes?

I'm trying to write a program for the ATTiny13. My problem is that it has huge size constraints. Well, when making my first Hello World program, it took 100 bytes of program space just to make a light ...
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How do you develop software for the Arduino?

Is the main way of programming the Arduino's Atmel MCU thru a Visual Programming environment such as Max/MSP? Or do you have to write typical C code? What are the different ways available?
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Programming microcontrollers: JTAG, SPI, USB oh my!?

I've noticed, with regards to microcontrollers, there are several way to program them. I am sorta familiar with USB as my Arduino's can be programmed via USB. What is a JTAG or SPI interface? ...
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How to Sleep Arduino

How do you program a sleep mode for your Arduino? Especially for battery powered designs, what are good techniques for sleeping the CPU but waking up only when needed?