Monthly Archive: June 2013

Jun 05

These are not the bits you’re looking for

I’ve noticed recently that the number of bits available in an ADC is slowly creeping up.  That makes me excited… until I look at the system accuracy. 

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Jun 05

Two wrongs make a working prototype

I had an interesting problem show up when I was working on a project at the beginning of the year.  It involved an Analog Devices Blackfin 51x series processor.  We went to transition to their new IDE and that’s when we started noticing problems with the Flash RAM.

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Jun 05

Freescale KL25 Peripheral Selection Guide

I previously wrote my review of the Freescale KL25.  Since then I’ve finished my first design with the KL25. The second spin of the board will see several of the peripherals and pins rearranged.  Most of this has to do with things that I glossed over in the documentation desire to get the product to …

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