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MCP3911 Microchip Technology, Inc. Microchip Technology, Inc. Not Provided Reference Input Pins. High Gain PGA on Each Channel (up to 32V/V). Phase Delay Compensation with 1 μs Time Resolution. Separate Modulator Output Pins for Each Channel. Separate Data Ready Pin for Easy Synchronization. Individual 24-bit Digital Offset and Gain Error Correction for Each Channel...

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  • Understanding Microchip's CAN Module Bit Timing
    ), and Information Pro-. user to program the bit rate, the sample point of the bit,. cessing Time (IPT), which are explained later. and the number of times the bit is sampled. With these. features, the network can be optimized for a given. SYNCHRONIZATION SEGMENT. application. The Synchronization Segment (SyncSeg
  • Timing and Synchronization in Broadcast Video (.pdf)
    Digitization of video signals has been common practice in broadcast video for many years. Early digital video was commonly encoded on a 10-bit parallel bus, but as higher processing speeds became practical, a serial form of the. digitized video signal called the Serial Digital Interface (SDI
  • KEELOQ Code Hopping Decoder Using Secure Learn
    part of the transmission, principally containing the encoder's serial number identifying it to a decoder. The hopping code contains function information, a discrimination value, and a synchronization counter. This information is encrypted by an encryption algorithm before being transmitted. A 64-bit
  • KEELOQ (R) Simple Code Hopping Decoder
    . The transmitted word contains a 16-bit synchronization. counter. The synchronization information is used at the. All KEELOQ encoders use the KEELOQ code hopping. decoder to determine whether a transmission is valid or. technology to make each transmission by an encoder. is a repetition of a previous
  • KeeLoQ HCS30X, HCS200 Stand-Alone Programmer
    Key, the. synchronization value, the serial number, etc. A detailed description of the memory map is repre-. sented in Table 1. DS00217A-page 2.  2001 Microchip Technology Inc. AN217. TABLE 1: HCS30X EEPROM MEMORY. TABLE 2: HCS30X CONFIGURATION. MAP. WORD. WORD. BIT NUMBER. BIT DESCRIPTION. MNEMONIC
  • Interfacing Microchip MCP3201 A/D Converter to 8051-Based Microcontroller
    cycles, the UART shifter can be. O, while the TX pin provides a synchronization clock. accessed three times to read in the remainder of the. The shift register is 8 bits wide and the TX pin will tran-. data. The bit order will be correct for the third shifter. sition low to high to supply a clock
  • KEELOQ (R) Code Hopping Decoder Using a PIC16C56
    in the U.S.A. and R.S.A. — U.S.A.: 5,686,904; R.S.A.: 95/5429. © 1998 Microchip Technology Inc. DS00661B-page 1. AN661. INTRODUCTION TO KEELOQ. Synchronization Counte. rs. ENCODERS. The transmitted word contains a 16-bit synchronization. counter. The synchronization information is used at the. All KEELOQ
  • PICmicro (R) Midrange MCU Code Hopping Decoder
    and decrypts the hopping. tion outputs, extend this 500 ms time-out. Start bit is. code portion. The 10 LSBs of the discrimination value. one and the stop bit is zero. are compared to the 10 LSBs of the serial number. The. 16-bit synchronization counter is validated by checking. The data byte format
  • KeeLoq with XTEA Encryption Receiver/Decoder (.pdf)
    . CNTHi. Counter (Bits 31 ..24). information is stored and regularly updated. +7. CNTMi1. Counter (Bits 23…16). The 32-bit synchronization counter value is stored in. +8. CNTMi0. Counter (Bits 15…8). memory twice, because it is the most valuable piece of. +9. CNTlO. Counter (Bits 7..0). information
  • Modular PICmicro (R) Mid-Range MCU Code Hopping Decoder
    base period according to the length. MCU working in the background. of the characteristic synchronization pause (TH = 10 x. TE). This allows the decoder to operate from an. inexpensive (uncalibrated) RC clock. FIGURE 3: CODE WORD TRANSMISSION FORMAT. TE. LOGIC ‘0’. LOGIC ‘1’. Bit. Period. Encrypted

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