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    Chris A. Ciufo, Editor, Embedded Systems Engineering In this Part 2 of 2, I examine the subject of using...

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    Does your system need more nonvolatile memory? Maybe you’re looking for a low-power keypad or an external watchdog timer? This wide range of applications may seem unrelated, but they can all be realized using cost-effective MSP430™ ferroelectric random access memory (FRAM) microcontrollers (MCUs). Traditionally, designers...

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    I'm stuck on converting hex or decimal to 16-bit binary,and I don't know how to start. Here is the tasks I need to do:Decimal Conversion Task: Add code that displays the value in R3 to the console as a binary string. It should convert R3 one bit at a time, ......

  • PSS sweep can't  /  (Jack Erickson's Blog)

    Hi, I am simulating an oscillator with 8-bit trimming ability. An variable "TRIM_CODE" is defined as a decimal value then I use equations to define binary code from D7 to D0, which can be calculated from TRIM_CODE. In test bench, there are 8 vdc, each dc = Di*VDD, Di= D7...D0. I try to sweep TRIM_CODE in PSS sweep,...

  • PSS sweep can't  /  (Tom Anderson's Blog)

    Hi, I am simulating an oscillator with 8-bit trimming ability. An variable "TRIM_CODE" is defined as a decimal value then I use equations to define binary code from D7 to D0, which can be calculated from TRIM_CODE. In test bench, there are 8 vdc, each dc = Di*VDD, Di= D7...D0. I try to sweep TRIM_CODE in PSS sweep,...

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