Why doesn’t AMD use Intel as a foundry? Questioning the Soul of Intel’s CEO

As a technical symposium held annually by IEEE, HotChips has a history of 34 years. Every year, the semiconductor industry chooses to share breakthrough progress at this conference. For example, this year’s domestic Biren Technology also showcased their latest BR100 GPU at the conference. In addition, HotChips will also invite some industry leaders to give […]

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How to perform serial communication using N76E003 microcontroller

UART stands for Universal Asynchronous Receiver/Transmitter, which is a useful hardware feature in any microcontroller unit. Microcontrollers need to receive data, process it, and send it to other devices. There are different types of communication protocols available in microcontrollers, however, UART is the most commonly used among others such as SPI and I2C. If someone […]

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Detailed explanation of Intel 4 processing node technology

One of the most anticipated presentations of the year came from Intel, where he outlined the physical and performance characteristics of the upcoming Intel 4 process, which will be used in products slated for release in 2023. Intel’s Evolution 4 process is an important milestone for Intel, as it is the first Intel process to […]

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ARM-based bare-metal programs and Linux-based drivers

foreword In embedded development, ADC is used more frequently. This article mainly explains the basic principle of ADC and how to write ARM-based bare-metal programs and Linux-based drivers. ARM Architecture: Cortex-A9Linux Kernel: 3.14 Before talking about ADC, we need to understand what are analog signals and digital signals. analog signal Primarily a continuous signal as […]

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Build a simple robotic arm using an ARM7 LPC2148 microcontroller

Robotic arms are one of those fascinating engineering creations, and it’s always fascinating to watch these things tilt and translate to accomplish complex things like a human arm. These robotic arms are commonly found in industries that perform high-intensity mechanical work such as welding, drilling, painting, etc. on assembly lines, and more recently, advanced robotic […]

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A detailed explanation of ADC analog-to-digital converter

Introduction to ADCs The 12-bit ADC is a successive approximation analog-to-digital converter with up to 18 channels that can measure 16 external and 2 internal signal sources. The A/D conversion of each channel can be performed in single, continuous, scan or discontinuous mode. The result of the ADC can be left-aligned or right-aligned and stored […]

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