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  • Using External Memory with PIC24F/24H/dsPIC33F Devices
    This application note describes the methodology to use the Parallel Master Port (PMP) module to interface with external data memory; either external Flash or external RAM. This application note also lists the APIs and describes how to implement different types of interfaces.
  • 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
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    modules. DRAM prices keep rising despite dearth of demand Toshiba proposes flash lamp annealing for 65-nm node Flash lamp annealing (FLA) technology will
  • A Serial Bootloader for PIC24F Devices
    the UART module as a ControlFlash communication channel. The bootloader application Program s u Memory uses the communication protocols originally outlined in B a t Microchip Application Note AN851, "A Flash Bootloader Command Da EE Data for PIC16 and PIC18 Devices". Some modifications to Interpreter
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    , and the silicon foundry vendors. Sony, SanDisk to develop next-generation Memory Stick cards Sony Corp. and SanDisk Corp. have teamed up to design next-generation Memory Stick flash memory cards in
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    to provide some insight into where the industry's headed for the remainder of what is shaping up as a turbulent year. Toshiba to license Staktek's NAND flash Staktek Holdings Inc. has agreed to license its NAND flash memory stacking technologies to Japan-based Toshiba Corp., under an agreement that runs
  • Managing State Data in Automotive Safety Systems
    . Airbag modules use this information to make decisions regarding deployment. Seat belt systems as well may benefit similarly from data provided by the occupant sensor. The predominant non-volatile memory technology for automotive applications is the floating gate device (EEPROM or Flash). Floating gate

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