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  • BigNum Math: Implementing Cryptographic Multiple Precision Arithmetic
    BigNum Math: Implementing Cryptographic Multiple Precision Arithmetic. Through the use of theory, pseudo-code and actual fielded C source code, this book introduces the reader to the concept of bignum one and explains each and every algorithm that goes into a modern bignum library.
  • Computer Power User Article - Open Sauce
    March 2006 Vol.6 Issue 3 Page(s) 81 in print issue Add To My Personal Library The Implications Of Open Source The C/C++ Source Code Search Engine ( ) is one of those things that demonstrates how much the world has changed as a result of open-source software. Robert Schultz, a 27-year-old
  • Modular Mid-Range PICmicro (R) KEELOQ (R) Decoder in C
    This application note describes a KEELOQ (R) code hopping decoder implemented on a Microchip Mid-range Enhanced FLASH MCU (PIC16F872). The software has been designed as a group of independent modules (standard C source files "C" ). For clarity and ease of maintenance, each module covers a single
  • Using C to Interface 8051 MCUs with SPI Serial EEPROMs
    applications. The bus is * Built-in write protection controlled by the microcontroller (master), which This application note is part of a series that provide accesses the 25XXX serial EEPROM (slave) via a source code to help the user implement the protocol simple Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI
  • Using C and a Timer to Interface 8051 MCUs with UNI/O(TM) Bus-Compatible Serial EEPROMs
    bus, a low-cost, easy- * Temperature range from -40°C to +125°C to-implement solution requiring only a single I/O pin for * Over 1,000,000 erase/write cycles bidirectional communication. This application note is part of a series that provide UNI/O bus-compatible serial EEPROMs can be used to source
  • Using C and a Timer to Interface MSP430 MCUs with UNI/O(TM) Bus-Compatible Serial EEPROMs
    to source code to help the user implement the protocol enhance any application facing restrictions on avail- with minimal effort. able I/O. Such restrictions can potentially stem from Figure 1 is the hardware schematic depicting the inter- connectors, board space or from the microcontroller face between
  • Using C and I/O Pins to Interface 8051 MCUs with I2C(TM) Serial EEPROMs
    the 24XXX serial. EEPROM works as slave. The 24XXX serial EEPROMs are I2C TM compatible and have maximum clock frequencies ranging from 100 kHz to 1 MHz. This application note is part of a series that provide source code to help the user implement the protocol with minimal effort. Figure 1
  • Yet Another Clock Featuring the PIC16C924
    note will discuss the use of the following peripherals used to implement the clock: Timer1, PORTB, CCP, A/D converter, and the LCD Module. All source code and examples are written in C and compiled using Microchip?s MPLAB-C compiler.

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