If I wanted to put Linux on an ARM based microcontroller what would be the specs for a microcontroller that could run linux (ex. mmu, manufacturer, ARM Cortex family)?
on 06/26/2012 – Made popular on 06/26/2012
Can a microcontroller pic16f877a control a number of lcd? Normally its just one but in my case since i am doing food ordering system , i nid the microcontroller to display data in various stall , is it possible?
i know we have to use flash magic to load a hex file into microcontroller,
i have a designed a microcontroller kit,everything is right as far as i know,even the professors say the circuit is right,i have checked voltages at every required point to see if the microcontroller is getting the voltage or not.....everything is checked.but the problem is,no program would load in my p89v51rd2....
I am very new to microcontroller so I need some information so that I can start learning.
1.Which book and which microcontroller you prefer most to start?
2.Is learning microcontroller will be beneficial?
I am new to this forum and have been working on an engineering project that uses a pair of microcontrollers to send data from one microcontroller to another via a wireless connection (802.11a 5GHz or 802.11g 2.4GHz).
We have been using a device that has a Ralink (now known as MediaTek) RT3662 SOC as the heart of the system.
Hi all, I want to connect a SPDT relay to GND, a 5 DC power supply and to my microcontroller. When the relay is energized it latches from gnd to 5v. Is there any issues in connecting it in this way without damaging the microcontroller?
This is my first question in SO. I am new (and excited) in Android programming and here is my PROBLEM: I am building a project using my android phone and a microcontroller. The microcontroller has a distance sensor and transmits its value. I have managed to get connected to the microcontroller and send correct signals, but I can't get the distance mesurment, or anything else.
Hello, attached is a picture of a microcontroller that I am trying to find out the name and model number. It seems as if the branding and model have been purposely burnt off. It is 28 pins, and I was thinking it is from the PIC18 series, but it does not have the semi circle shape at the top of the microcontroller like usual (it does have that circle at the top right).
I was wondering if any one knew of any good tutorials related to PIC32 Ethernet Microcontroller Starter Kit. I was looking for a tutorial that showed the Ethernet Microcontroller Starter Kit communicating with a computer?