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  • Computing in 64 bits
    64-bit processors are not new, but the one due soon will spread 64-bit technology more widely over desktops than any previous version. The 64-bit era is about to bloom. The small square is an IBM processor without carrier and pins. Building processors with copper, a more-efficient conductor than
  • Underground Mining Bolting Application: Crusher Drum Bits
    Superbolt Multi-Jackbolt Tensioners solve bolting problems on various critical underground mining applications. This article details one such application: Crusher Drum Bits.
  • Optical Bit Error Rate - Preface
    . and the optical signal to noise ratio (OSNR). It clarifies the meaning of errored bits. and defines bit error ratio and rate, and optical bit error rate (OBER). It discusses. noise sources at the receiver, it provides a probabilistic and statistical analysis of errored. bits, and links BER with SNR
  • Bigger Role for 16-bit Chips Bigger role for 16-bit chips
    New chips make it easier for automakers to electronically control doors, seats, lighting, and HVAC Jim Williams, 16-Bit Applications Section Leader Eight-bit microcontrollers have historically handled simple tasks on vehicles such as controlling window lift motors. Though these components worked
  • Layout Tips for 12-Bit A/D Converter Application
    This Application Note originally started as a "cook book" for a true 12-bit layout. The assumption of this type of approach is that a reference design could be provided, which easily could be used for every layout implementation. But, the notion of this approach is fairly unrealistic
  • Programming 32-bit Microcontrollers in C: Exploring the PIC32
    Programming 32-bit Microcontrollers in C: Exploring the PIC32. Including handy checklists to help readers perform the most common programming and debugging tasks, this guide offers unique insight into the new 32-bit architecture while developing a number of projects of growing complexity.
  • Understanding Microchip's CAN Module Bit Timing
    The Controller Area Network (CAN) protocol is an asynchronous serial bus with Non-Return to Zero (NRZ) bit coding designed for fast, robust communications in harsh environments, such as automotive and industrial applications. The CAN protocol allows the user to program the bit rate, the sample
  • NEiNastran V9 x64 (64-bit Solver)
    In a 32-bit operating system such as Windows 2000 or Windows XP there is a limitation of 232 = 4GB of memory that can be addressed. Windows reserves 2GB for the operating system leaving only 2GB for external programs (such as NEiNastran). With the analyst's ever increasing demand for more detail

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