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2022-06-29 Brendan Murphy
Electronic devices are comprised of various hardware, firmware, and software systems. A phone, for example, has Wi-Fi antennas, cellular antennas, cameras, memory/storage, LCD or OLED touch screen, and biometric security devices like face ID and fingerprint readers that all need to work together to communicate effectively with each other. Most of the time, these embedded systems are made by various manufacturers and run different protocols from one another. How do they all connect, you might ask? The answer is through a motherboard.
2022-06-22 Rena Ayeras
I have a manufacturing problem to take care of and it looks like the Beagle USB 5000 v2 SuperSpeed Protocol Analyzer - Standard Edition could do the job. The product I am working on is a measuring device that transfers data to a computer through the USB bus. Here are the known issues I have to troubleshoot and debug:
2022-06-15 Jessica Hopkins
The Flash Center Software, offered by Total Phase, allows users to easily and quickly program I2C and SPI EEPROM and Flash memories devices. It is intended to be used with our host adapter tools, including the Promira Serial Platform, Cheetah SPI Host Adapter, and Aardvark I2C/SPI Host Adapter.
2022-06-08 Rena Ayeras
I have successfully used the Aardvark I2C/SPI Host Adapter with Control Center Serial Software on many projects. Today, I need advice to write and read messages with an SPI target slave device. This project is different, as the messages are contiguous. Here is a description:
2022-06-02 Brendan Murphy
We as a society have used electrical signals for hundreds of years within our devices to transmit and receive information such as sound and video. Over the years, our advances in technology and the use of electrical signals have allowed us to effectively communicate and simply live our daily lives. Many devices from radios to sound recordings to televisions use some kind of electrical signal to carry data, whether it be analog or digital signals.