Microcontroller - Single point of contact Use #define (make...

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ECET 396 – Project Development and  Management
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In System Programming BootLoading JTAG 1-Wire Programming Port
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ICE – In-circuit emulators
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Factory Defaults In the datasheet tells you how to set the fuse bits External supervisor (to protect micro when power  is down) EEPROM (to save configurations data) Things to look at when buying microcontroller: 1.  fuse bits 2.  Careful: crystal external source  There is a fuse to rest micro. 
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Don’t be afraid to write test programs!! Integrate codes from different program ->ok Writing bottom-up code in a top-down project Create “Drivers” for your hardware devices
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If you download any program LCD separated from 
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Unformatted text preview: Single point of contact Use #define (make it something has meaning) RS232 RS485 I2C 2 wire interface USB ( u can put it urself) Ethernet Bluetooth WiFi Etc GPS Brownout Detection Watchdog Timers set up software What is the output level of a port when the microcontroller is held in a state of reset? Nothing (hi Z) Fail safe designs Reset Power make sure pins are powered Decoupling Caps Oscillator Options Low voltage parts 3.3V Max F goes down Assume Battery Power Current Consumption goes up (Log) with F...
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This note was uploaded on 10/01/2011 for the course ECET 209 taught by Professor Richardson during the Spring '08 term at Purdue University-West Lafayette.

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