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  • Atmel's Self-Programming Flash Microcontrollers
    The third-generation Flash microcontrollers from Atmel are now available. These microcontrollers offer self-programming Flash. The microcontroller can write to its own program memory when running code from the boot sector. This creates new possibilities for the designers using self-programming
  • Cleaning And Maintenance Of Arc Flash Clothing
    Proper care of arc flash clothing is an essential part of any PPE program or practice. Correct care of your arc flash clothing in day to day use is also quite important to maintain the life of the garments.
  • A FLASH Bootloader for PIC16 and PIC18 Devices
    Among the many features built into Microchip's Enhanced FLASH Microcontroller devices is the capability of the program memory to self-program. This very useful feature has been deliberately included to give the user the ability to perform bootloading operations. Devices like the PIC18F452
  • Programming Baseline Flash Devices with PICkit TM 1
    The PICkit 1 Baseline Flash Programmer PC application together with the PICkit 1 Flash Starter Kit firmware version 2.0.0 or later can program baseline Flash devices. This Technical Brief discusses the programming of the following Baseline Flash devices: * PIC12F508/509 and PIC16F505
  • Smart Computing Article - Flash to floppy diskette drive
    Flash is a vector-based animation program that helps designers create Web content, such as small sites, presentations, and advertisements. Image courtesy of Macromedia. Flash, a vector-based animation program designed especially for Web graphics, was created by Jonathan Gay in 1995 for a company
  • FLASH Memory Technology: Considerations for Application Design
    Many times, choosing a FLASH memory device is driven by which manufacturer has the cheapest offering. Regardless of its use as a stand-alone device or as the program memory of a microcontroller, what is often overlooked are the many key design parameters, or the features that the memory may offer
  • FLASH Memory Technology: Considerations for Application Design
    Many times, choosing a FLASH memory device is driven by which manufacturer has the cheapest offering. Regardless of its use as a stand-alone device or as the program memory of a microcontroller, what is often overlooked are the many key design parameters, or the features that the memory may offer
  • Calculating Program Memory Checksums Using a PIC16F87X
    devices are the first 14-bit core PICmicro microcontrollers that are able to access program memory in the same fashion as used with data EEPROM memory. These devices are FLASH extensions of the popular PIC16C7X family. Table 1 shows a comparison between the two PICmicro microcontroller families.

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