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  • NXP lab: Cortex-M3 Training with Serial Wire Viewer (.pdf)
    This lab will introduce you to the features of Serial Wire Viewer (SWV) in the Keil MDK-ARM Microcontroller Development Kit featuring µVision (R) and the MCB1700 evaluation board based on the NXP Cortex-M3 processor (LPC1768). SWV allows real-time (no CPU cycles stolen) display of memory
  • Engineer's Assistant Using a PIC16F84A
    This compact instrument is intended to be a digital laboratory tool for hardware and, in some cases, software debugging. It contains four instruments in one unit: logic probe, single channel logic state analyzer, frequency counter and serial code receiver. The only chip used is a PIC16F84A running
  • EETimes.com | Electronics Industry News for EEs & Engineering Managers
    Taiwan rival Quanta Display Inc. in a stock swap. Venture capital counter reaches $700 million So far in 2006, the EE Times Venture Capital Counter (VCC) has recorded 60 startup deals that have raised $707.56 million from about
  • Optical Rotary Encoders: The Basics
    On every factory, and on every shop floor, something is rotating and someone wants to monitor it. Enter the optical rotary encoder. Encoders transform mechanical rotary motion into a sequence of electrical pulses, which are in turn monitored for display or control functions through a counter
  • Medical Device Link .
    A validated continuous film-sealing machine offers an integrated, computer-controlled printing unit. The Series hm 850 dc features a range of advantages over previous models, including increased speed, improved seal integrity, and a more-intuitive control system. A control desk and display system
  • EETimes.com | Electronics Industry News for EEs & Engineering Managers
    Motorola unveils carbon nanotube emissive display for flat-panel TVs Motorola Labs unveiled a prototype color display based on carbon nanotube technology that could lead to development of large flat-panel TV screens that cost less but sacrifice no performance compared with existing displays

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