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2018-08-30 Rena Ayeras
I’m struggling to add a Microchip SST26VF016BT-104I/SN serial flash to the Flash Center Software. There are enough similarities between the older device SST25VF016BT (which is currently supported in your library) that I should be able to modify that XML file. However, the write protection schemes seem to be very different.  So far I haven’t been able to make the right changes to get this to work.
2018-08-28 Rena Ayeras
I have an evaluation to run for a customer that includes both power and resistance measurements. Here’s what I know I can do so far – what do I need to add to this setup?
2018-08-23 Rena Ayeras
I am using the Promira Serial Platform with eSPI Analysis Application  and the eSPI Active Example Files. I’m using the espi_generator.py script to emulate a master eSPI. For this setup, I need the help with the following:
2018-08-21 Jessica Hopkins
USB-IF, the organization that manages all USB specifications, has developed its own USB Charger program that aims to create a more cohesive and all-purpose line of chargers that consumers can use across all compliant USB Type-C devices. USB Fast Chargers are a recent addition to the USB Charger program. The USB Fast Charger supports the Programmable Power Supply (PPS) in the Power Delivery 3.0 specification, which allows devices and chargers to perform a more precise and fine-tuned voltage level negotiation between each other.
2018-08-16 Rena Ayeras
I would like to use the Aardvark I2C/SPI Adapter in SPI mode and the Aardvark Software API to communicate with SDC and MMC cards. I need to verify that files were successfully programmed in the production environment. Can I search for files on an SDC Card using the Aardvark I2C/SPI Host Adapter?
2018-08-13 Jessica Hopkins
It seems Apple devices and accessories are ubiquitous these days. While it is common for Lightning cables to be used daily, it is not always clear which ones are safe and which ones can lead to problems down the road. The article, “Why Counterfeit Lightning Cables Kill iPhones” written by Motherboard, discusses an unrelenting issue occurring in the charging world of electronic devices, particularly with Apple iPhones.
2018-08-09 Rena
I have a project that uses the STMicroelectronics STM32F401RCT6 device. I need to open communication with 1-wire commands,  which would enable me to use microwire communication to operate the STM32F401RCT6 unit. We are using LabVIEW for this project.
2018-08-07 Jessica Hopkins
In its early days, the Universal Serial Bus protocol, commonly known as USB, was initially created and used as a vessel to power on and transfer data from one device to another. Initially many USB devices on the market required an external power adapter, and over time this proved to be costly and inefficient for manufacturers and users. The increasing need for a common source to supply power and efficiently charge devices initiated a new function for the USB cable; the USB interface was updated to offer charging capabilities on small devices that required 2.5 W-4.5 W of power.
2018-08-02 Rena
I am using the Advanced Cable Tester v2 on two functionally identical USB Type-C cables. However, the report doesn’t show these cables as identical: one cable passed everything on the physical wiring section, but the other cable failed on SBU1 and SBU2 under the physical wiring section. I have checked all wiring and functions of these two cables to make sure the setups are the same.  How are these results measured?