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  • Magnetic Stripe Reader
    Magnetic stripe readers (MSRs) are widely used in many different applications such as point-of-sale terminals and key card readers. The C8051F330 is capable of integrating MSR functionality in a very small space with few external components. The high-speed, high-resolution ADC, coupled with a fast
  • Wired 7.05: Fetish
    input comes in live via the CCD and microphone. Then your computer can grab the encoded files through the serial or SCSI ports or with a PC-card reader. If
  • Computer Power User Article - PC Modder
    desktop chassis with hidden front-panel USB and FireWire connectivity and a 7-in-1 card reader. An LCD display on the front is backlit in blue, relaying CPU fan speed, processor temperature, date, time, and
  • Smart Computing Article - From The Photo Files
    A memory card reader, such as this CompactFlash reader by SanDisk, can make image transfer from a card to a Many users eventually turn to card readers for transferring images to a PC. There are several benefits to using a card reader. First, card readers do not require batteries; a card reader
  • | Electronics Industry News for EEs & Engineering Managers
    Taiwan's Alcor Micro announces USB-based smart-card chip TAIPEI, Taiwan - Taiwan's Alcor Micro Corp. here unveiled what the company claims is the world's first single-chip, smart-card reader chip. The new controller, called the AU9510, combines a smart card reader function, a Universal Serial Bus
  • Migrating a DOS-Based Application to Linux: A Digital I/O Example
    for a PC/104 card with an onboard 82C55 programmable peripheral interface device. There are many reasons people move from DOS to Linux for their embedded applications. Among these reasons are robust networking capabilities, efficient multitasking, and freely avail¬able source code
  • Computer Power User Article - DIY Networking
    , which incorporates a 6-in-1 USB 2.0 card reader that makes it easy to copy photos or other files to the system from the most popular flash media types. Like Shuttle's XPCs, most SFF systems incorporate other necessary components, such as video, sound, and Ethernet controllers. The next consideration

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