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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
  • 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
  • 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
  • AVR109: Self Programming
    This application note describes how an AVR with the Store Program Memory (SPM) instruction can be configured for Self-programming. The sample application communicates via the UART with a PC running the AVR Open Source Programmer (AVROSP) from Application note AVR911. This enables Flash and EEPROM
  • Computer Power User Article - Digital Economy
    September 2004 Vol.4 Issue 9 Page(s) 12 in print issue Add To My Personal Library Not Just A Flash In The Pan " (see the August 2004 issue, page 80) on innovative Flash programming, then you know that Macromedia's popular tool is behind some of the most creative Web sites and interactive
  • Buck Configuration High-Power LED Driver
    sequences. The Flash PIC microcontroller also allows the creation of a custom PC-based graphical user interface, using the PICkit TM 1 Flash Starter Kit for programming the pre-programmed Flash sequences. The combination of the switching power supply design and the microcontroller results in an efficient
  • Migrating From MSP430F2xx to MSP430FR5xx Family
    This application report enables easy migration from MSP430F2xx Flash-based MCUs to the. MSP430FR57xx family FRAM-based MCU. It covers programming, system, and peripheral considerations. when migrating firmware. The purpose is to highlight differences between the two families.

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