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What is a wireless home digital interface (WHDI)?
The Wireless Home Digital Interface (WHDI) is a consumer electronic industry initiative to set a standard specification for wireless high-definition connectivity within and throughout the home. WHDI aims for wireless uncompressed HD video delivery through
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2002-06-28 Using the XC9500/XL/XV JTAG boundary scan interface
This application note describes the XC9500/XL/XV boundary scan interface and demonstrates the software available for programming XC9500/XL/XV CPLDs.
2013-10-16 Using the TDA8024 smart card interface
Here's an application note that deals with the smart card interface integrated circuit TDA8024.
2008-06-19 Using the STR91xFA external memory interface (EMI)
The STR91xFA EMI bus is a very flexible bus and is user programmable. The bus can be configured to interface to different types of memory devices, including SRAM, flash memory, ROM or PSRAM.
2005-06-17 Using the MSSP module to interface microwire serial EEPROMs to PIC16 devices
This app note provides assistance and source code to ease the design process of interfacing a Microchip mid-range PIC16F877A microcontroller to a Microchip microwire serial EEPROM
2005-06-17 Using the MSSP module to interface I
This app note serves as a reference for communicating with Microchip's 24XXX series serial EEPROM devices with the use of the MSSP module featured on many PIC16 family devices
2005-06-17 Using the MSSP module to interface I
This app note is intended to serve as a reference for communicating with Microchip's 24XXX series serial EEPROM devices with the use of the MSSP module featured on many PIC18 family devices
2008-08-21 Using the MIPS32 M4K processor core SRAM interface in microcontroller applications
There are several features of the MIPS32 M4K core that make it well suited for use in the MCU application space. This paper will address one of those features: the SRAM interface, which is a standard feature of the MIPS32 M4K core.
2009-05-06 Using the Mini-FlexBus external bus interface for ColdFire microcontrollers
This application note describes how to set up and use the Mini-FlexBus on the MCF5225x and shows some implementation examples.
2001-03-29 Using the microprocessor and UTOPIA interface of the CY7C955
This application note discusses the operation, design consideration, and interrupt enabling and handling of the UTOPIA interface. It also shows the procedure on how to program the CY7C955 to work in an STM-1 network.
2007-04-23 Using the MAX6951/MAX6950 LED display drivers with SPI interface to communicate with the MAXQ2000 MCU
This application note gives a sample code in the MAXQ assembly language that demonstrates how to use the MAXQ2000 SPI module to experiment with MAX6951/MAX6950 functions.
2008-05-26 Using the FullFlex dual-port DDR interface
Cypress Semiconductor's FullFlex Dual-Port offers DDR mode to achieve the same data bandwidth of an SDR interface with half of the data pins, or twice the data bandwidth with the same amount of pins.
2003-06-19 Using the C8051Fxxx on-chip interface utilities DLL
The interface utilities DLL (dynamic link library) provides functions to download an Intel hex file to Flash and connect and disconnect to a C8051Fxxx microprocessor.
2007-06-11 Using the C30 compiler to interface SPI serial EEPROMs with dsPIC33
This application note provides assistance and source code to ease the design process of interfacing a Microchip digital signal controller to a SPI serial EEPROM, without the use of a hardware serial port.
2005-06-17 Using the C18 compiler and the MSSP to interface I
This app note is intended to serve as a reference for communicating with Microchip's 24XXX series serial EEPROM devices with the use of the MSSP module featured on many PIC18 family devices
2013-06-05 Using TDA8034HN smart card reader interface
Know how to use the TDA8034HN in an application. The general characteristics are presented and different application examples are described.
2004-11-25 Using SC16C650/SC16C650B to implement an IrDA interface
This app note describes how a SC16C650 or SC16C650B can be used to implement an IrDA interface.
2009-02-09 Using HI-TECH C and a timer to interface mid-range PIC MCUs with UNI/O serial EEPROMs
This application note is intended to serve as a reference for interfacing Microchip's mid-range family of PIC MCUs with Microchip's UNI/O bus 11XXXXX family of serial EEPROM devices.
2007-05-04 Using GMR sensors with the MSP430 scan interface
This application report describes implementation of a rotation detector that uses a pair of giant magneto-resistive (GMR) sensors, which can detect magnetic fields. The sensors are positioned such that they do not use a quadrature signaling sequence, and this provides an opportunity to discuss how the SIF can be configured for non-quadrature situations. Techniques for debugging SIF applications are discussed, and a tool is provided for designing non-quadrature processing state machines.
2003-03-17 Using FPGAs for high-speed serial interface design
FPGA provides the bandwidth and flexibility for industry leading high-speed interfaces. Its True-LVDS technology was designed to support the strict timing requirement of up to four high-speed differential I/O protocols.
2001-04-12 Using FPGAs as a flexible PCI interface solution
This application note explores the system-level integration possibilities available from FPGAs using a flexible PCI interface solution.
2013-07-18 Using DAS with CPRI interface
DAS equipment that uses the CPRI interface is emerging, and this development solves several key problems.
2009-05-25 Using C30 compiler to interface serial SRAM devices to dsPIC33F and PIC24F
This application note is part of a series that provide source code to help the user implement the protocol with minimal effort.
2008-03-31 Using C30 compiler and the SPI module to interface EEPROMs with dsPIC33F and PIC24F
This application note serves as a reference for communicating with Microchip's 25XXX series serial EEPROM devices with the use of the SPI module featured on many dsPIC33F and PIC24F family devices.
2008-10-07 Using C30 and a timer to interface dsPIC33 DSCs with UNI/O bus-compatible serial EEPROMs
As embedded systems become smaller, a growing need exists to minimize I/O pin usage for communication between devices. Microchip has addressed this need by developing the UNI/O bus, a low-cost, easy-to-implement solution requiring only a single I/O pin for bidirectional communication.
2008-12-17 Using C30 and a timer to interface dsPIC33 DSCs and PIC24 MCUs with UNI/O bus-compatible serial EEPROMs
As embedded systems become smaller, a growing need exists to minimize I/O pin usage for communication between devices. Microchip has addressed this need by developing the UNI/O bus, a low-cost, easy-to-implement solution requiring only a single I/O pin for bidirectional communication.
2009-09-11 Using C18/HI-TECH C compiler to interface serial SRAM devices to PIC16F/PIC18F microcontrollers
This application note offers designers a set of firmware routines to access SPI serial SRAM.
2008-12-16 Using C to interface Texas Instruments' MSP430XXXX MCUs with SPI serial EEPROMs
This application note offers designers a set of examples for the read and write functions for the Microchip SPI Serial EEPROM using GPIO pins to simulate the SPI bus.
2008-06-25 Using C to interface 8051 MCUs with SPI serial EEPROMs
This application note is part of a series that provides source code to help the user implement the protocol with minimal effort. Here, Alexandru Valeanu offers a reference for interfacing 8051-based MCUs with Microchip's 25XXX series serial EEPROM devices, without the use of a hardware module.
2008-09-09 Using C and I/O pins to interface 8051 MCUs with I?C serial EEPROMs
This application note is intended to serve as a reference for interfacing 8051-based MCUs with Microchip's I?C 24XXX series serial EEPROM devices, without the use of a hardware module.
2008-05-16 Using C and a timer to interface MSP430 MCUs with UNI/O bus-compatible serial EEPROMs
As embedded systems become smaller, a growing need exists to minimize I/O pin usage for communication between devices. Microchip has addressed this need by developing the UNI/O bus, a low-cost, easy-to-implement solution requiring only a single I/O pin for bidirectional communication.
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