Showing posts with label Software-Code. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Software-Code. Show all posts

Monday, August 04, 2014

Embedded.com - Embedded Systems Magazine

"Embedded Systems Design was created specifically to meet the information needs of the senior-level developers who create complex embedded systems. For 20 years it has helped them with hardware and software integration that results in designs that work."

Embedded.com - Embedded Systems

"You'll find a cornucopia of embedded software here. Browse through all of the code listings from past issues of Embedded Systems Programming magazine, dating back from the premiere issue and extending through the latest issue. Code is organized by year. Please select from the options provided."

Embedded Systems Programming ESP Source Code Archive

Embedded.com - Embedded Systems Magazine

All LCD based products, with the exception of some embedded systems, will require a controller to provide a suitable interface and very often a range of display functions critical to a project.

Designing a custom LCD display controller

When a standard LCD controller is not suitable for a particular display screen or application, OEMs must choose between custom designing their own, or hiring a company that specializes in building custom LCD controllers, such as Digital View. In this article, Digital View explains how to approach a custom LCD controller project, and why even experienced engineers sometimes prefer to outsource these designs.

Tuesday, April 01, 2014

Using Linux in Embedded Electronic Devices

Embedded Linux is not only Open Source, but can be adapted to any type of dedicated embedded system. It is more like a configurable firmware for Embedded Equipment. Its ability to manage multiple tasks efficiently makes it more friendly and stable, compared to any other OS.

When you look at the History of Operating Systems, you will see that that an OS that meant serious business was UNIX. It was the anvil for the creation of the C Language and AWK. Now we have Linux, the evolved Unix like OS, which is comfortable and versatile for Networking and Clustering.

Related Reading
Here is a Embedded Linux Wiki for the embedded product design community.

Gadgets and Appliances are become increasingly complex. More memory and CPU power for small devices are commonplace. Linux is one OS that can be muntzed to the smallest size. This helps developers make something like a super-firmware. Just what you need for that device, can be the OS.

Touchscreens for Home Appliances, wireless networking and web enabled consumer electronics make Linux an excellent escalation from "Firmware". For tiny systems a firmware is the OS. For complex devices today, Linux is user configured firmware.

Leopardboard DM355

Leopardboard DM355
  • High-performance Digital Media System on Chip 
  • ARM926EJ-S core 
  • Video Processing Subsystem (VPSS) 
DM355 combines high performance MPEG4 HD (720p) codecs and JPEG codecs up to 50M pixels per second, high quality, and low power consumption at a very low price point.

Seamless interface to most additional external devices required for a complete digital camera implementation.

Friday, September 12, 2008

Lammert Bies - Computer Interfacing

Information about computers and how to interface them to all kind of equipment. Both software and hardware help is available. - Lammert Bies

Lammert Bies - Computer Interfacing

  • RS-232 specs
  • RS-485 information
  • The serial UART
  • USB interface
  • Modbus interface
  • Unitronics RJ11

Simple null modem without handshaking

Simple null modem without handshaking

"only the data lines and signal ground are cross connected in the null modem communication cable. All other pins have no connection. An example of such a null modem cable without handshaking can be seen in the figure below."

Friday, August 10, 2007

Holger Heinemann Brainstorming Page

Holger Heinemann Brainstorming Page

Electronic Projects in German.

Brainstormings Pages. Here information is about electronics, Visual basic, Registry, Windows 95/ME.

Heinemann, Holger - Koschatplatz 2 -67061 Ludwigshafen.