An electronic circuits whose primary function is to connect a high-impedance source to a low-impedance load without significant attenuation or distortion of the signal. Hence, the output voltage of a buffer replicates the input voltage without loading the
When every one is gaga on PI, Intel introducing the Galileo development board, the first product in a new family of Arduino*-compatible development boards featuring Intel® architecture. The platform is easy to use for new designers and for those looking to take designs to the next level. Intel recognizes that the people who take creating beautiful things into their own hands with innovation and technology are the same ones that propel us forward. The other big feature of Galileo is that it is compatible with Arduino software and shields, making it a great target for students and educators in the maker scene. And what more, Intel is donating 50,000 Arduino compatible development boards featuring Intel® architecture to 1,000 universities around the world over the next 18 months.
Hi Friends, first and foremost sorry for my absent for few weeks as I was busy with my office work. Last week I was working on Thermocouple interfacing with Cortex M4, so I have collected a lot of data regarding it. I am sharing some of the basic information with you.
A compiler is nothing but a normal program which translates a source program written in some high-level programming language (such as C, C++, Java and etc.,) into executable files which can be understood by some CPU architecture (such as Intel, ARM, AVR, Microchip etc). For this article I have been searching a lot on net, surprisingly
Hi Guys this is my first tutorial on zemebdded site, please encourage me by commenting and making my write up more accurate and use full for newcomers in embedded field. Thanks to zemebdded admin for accepting this write up and publishing here. Hope you guys like this and with your appreciation I will be keep on writing more.
Hi Friends please check out these inspiring Arduino pin-out diagrams from “pighixxx” member of Arduino community in the Adafruit Forums: Arduino MEGA, Arduino Leonardo, . I have shared it purely to help you all the Arduino fans there. This site is purely for the people who wanted to learn and share their knowledge in embedded development
Hi friends this is Partha, this is my second tutorial on zembedded.com. Thanks for appreciating my first tutorial here. In this tutorial we are going to talk about clocking the ARM microcontrollers. ARM controllers can be clocked in different ways, using external clock with cycle 50-50, connecting external crystal oscillator, there are several clocking mechanism. Today we are going to discuss about using external crystal with on chip PLL oscillator.
Thanks for the response you guys have shown in earlier tutorials on Cortex M3 series of microcontrollers. As I always request you, please check the data sheet or user manual for thorough and deep knowledge of NXP ARM controllers. NXP provides a solid documentation and example code support to all their microcontrollers.
Thanks for the overwhelm response you show in our first tutorial on Cortex_M3 series controllers. This is going to be the second tutorial, where we are going to discuss about the registers available on Cortex-M3 series of microcontrollers. If you are yet to go through the first tutorial then please click here to read it first.