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2023-05-24 Jessica Hopkins
In computer science, a register is an important component of digital devices that stores data and instructions for quick processing. It serves as a temporary storage area where information can be accessed and manipulated quickly in order to carry out complex tasks. Registers are the most basic type of memory in computers and they play a critical role in helping machines process data efficiently. In this blog, we’ll explore what registers are, how they work, and why they are so important for modern-day computing.
2023-05-17 Rena Ayeras
We are using the Beagle USB 5000 v2 SuperSpeed Protocol Analyzer – Ultimate Edition with the Data Center Software. Our computers have 512GB or 1TB of RAM.  We understand that the volume of saving captured data is related to RAM. Here are our questions:
2023-05-10 Jessica Hopkins
Binary and ASCII codes are two of the most commonly used coding systems in computing, yet they have some very distinct differences. Binary code is a system of binary digits (0s and 1s) that represent data or instructions in computers, while ASCII code is a set of characters represented by binary numbers, which makes it possible to transfer text-based information from one computer to another. In this blog post, we will take a closer look at binary and ASCII codes, exploring their relation, their differences, as well as providing examples of different applications.
2023-05-03 Rena Ayeras
I inherited a project that uses the Promira Serial Platform with the SPI Active Level 1 and Level 2 applications. I’m doing my best to learn this device. I could use some assistance, mostly with the GPIO pins.