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  • Software Implementation of I²C Bus Master
    and the user is assumed to have an understanding of the I 2 C Bus. For detailed information on the bus, the user is advised to read the I 2 C Bus Specification document from Philips/Signetics (order number 98-8080-575). The I 2 C Bus is a two-wire serial bus with multiple possible masters and multiple
  • Use of the SSP Module in the IIC Multi-Master Environment
    is the Master (generates the clock and the handshaking signals), while all the other devices are Slaves. The current bus Master can both read-from and write-to any of the Slave units by addressing them individually. On a Multi-Mas-ter bus the Masters follow an arbitration scheme to ensure that the bus
  • Which bus, when?
    It's now easier to see which kind of industrial bus best serves particular industries and applications. Connectors from Lumberg Inc., Midlothian, Va., are tailored for industrial Ethernet. The hybrid design combines an RJ45 electrical connection with the common M12/M18 shell, and protects against
  • PC-based automatic inspection system
    Using CONTEC Analog I/O Board with Trigger and Bus master Functions to Develop a Real-Time Control for Automated Inspection System.
  • Using CAN Bus Serial Communications in Space Flight Applications
    The CAN protocol is a proven, highly reliable communication system for harsh environments and has been used in automotive and industrial applications for over 30 years. The CAN two-wire bus multi-master/multi-drop topology makes it easy to add additional functionality to a system while
  • Interfacing PIC18 MCUs with UNI/O(TM) Bus-Compatible Serial EEPROMs
    AN1183 Interfacing PIC18 MCUs with UNI/O TM Bus-Compatible Serial EEPROMs The main features of 11XXX serial EEPROMs are: Author: Chris Parris * Single I/O pin used for communication Microchip Technology Inc. * EEPROM densities from 1 Kb to 16 Kb * Extremely small packages * Bus speed from 10 kHz up
  • Interfacing Baseline PIC(R) MCUs with UNI/O(TM) Bus-Compatible Serial EEPROMs
    with minimal effort. any application facing restrictions on available I/O. Figure 1 describes the hardware schematic for the Such restrictions can potentially stem from connectors, interface between the Microchip 11XXX series of board space or from the master device itself. UNI/O bus
  • Using a Timer to Interface Mid-Range PIC(R) MCUs with UNI/O(TM) Bus-Compatible Serial EEPROMs
    bus-compatible devices and the PIC12F683 connectors, board space or from the master device microcontroller, and Figure 2 shows the schematic for itself. the PIC16F616. The schematics show the connections The 11XXX family is the newest addition to Microchip necessary between the microcontroller and the serial

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