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Starting over..
Quote:What did you not understand C ps sorry I thought that was for me. :-)
Tuesday, 6 September 2005 - 08:00
M8535usart M16
OK, we will take some quick Chinese lessons and get back to shortly :-) By the way if you are trying to port M8535 code to the M16 do not use rjmp but jmp in your vectors. Look at...
Tuesday, 6 September 2005 - 07:53
Starting over..
Quote:now I’m tearing my hair of! You are so fortunate! Many of us have run out of hair years ago. Sorry I can't help, I don't C too well :-)
Tuesday, 6 September 2005 - 07:42
Why do most programs use r16?
If you are just starting then begin by using r24 and r25 as your general purpose registers. I have been using r16 and r17 for a while but recenlty have switched to r24 and r25...
Monday, 5 September 2005 - 22:15
New Studio version?
It was a false alarm :-( I downloaded it and try to install it but it was the old version so......ABORT!!! If ypu look at the file date they are Sept 4 2005...confused. By the way...
Monday, 5 September 2005 - 21:33
Best communication protocol for home network?
National Semiconductors and others have nice explanation and diagrams for RS485. Just a twisted pair of wires is necessary for comms, they all hang on the same data buss and they...
Sunday, 4 September 2005 - 04:03
Reliable Communication Protocol
The advantage of using Multi-processor Communication mode (MPCMn) in 9 bit mode is that ONLY the first byte of the packet (destination address) has bit 9 set so you will always...
Sunday, 4 September 2005 - 03:47
Best communication protocol for home network?
Quote:PoE (Power over Ethernet) I use PoRS485 (Power over RS485) :-) same cat5 1 pair for data 3 pairs for power.
Saturday, 3 September 2005 - 22:47
Reliable Communication Protocol
Modbud, SNAP? I made up my own which is a simplified Modbus like protocol including 16 bit CRC. destination address, origin address, number of bytes in packet,, 16...
Saturday, 3 September 2005 - 22:39
Sample bit of one of my configuration files. If I want to change the address of the module I change the value and then reassemble. Note that this is just one of several...
Friday, 2 September 2005 - 07:08
I need a desktop icon for an AVR-related program
How about the BUG from AVR Studio?....most appropriate me thinks :-)
Friday, 2 September 2005 - 00:55
Simply modify and reassemble you code. Hand modifications of hex files makes hair fall out!
Friday, 2 September 2005 - 00:52