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Although I’ve already gone somewhat far into the design, I’m still open to any suggestions for another microcontroller. Post 86 of Post 78 of Uclinux can run on the MC3. The only thing with the ISP is that it’s not high-speed capable so it’s limited to 12mbps or so, iirc.
Jun 29, at 5: The I2S protocol is not as complicated as you think. Post 84 of Post 76 of Jun 29, at Jul 1, at 3: Jul 4, at 1: Yes, my password is: Do you already have an account? They might not work, as I’ve just glanced at their specs so far. I’m going to see if I can get the IDE bootloader to work–documentation doesn’t seem too isp1716 to me.
Post 87 of Personally I can’t stand reading manuals online, so I’ve requested most of the scf documentation already.
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You must log in or sign up to reply here. The SCF has no built-in flash memory, if I’m not mistaken.
I’ve gone through most of the scf reference manual, and it seems that the audio outputs both SPDIF and I2S are only capable of bit.
Fiber Optic Transmitter-Receiver U8: It is cheap and will not go obsolete for a long, long time. It’s going to be painfully slow transferring music onto the DAP. Jul 2, at 9: Fairchild single unbuffered inverter U11 LMS I’ve also been thinking about multiplexing two of the I2S outputs and using a cheap uC or preferably some digital logic to take care of putting the signal back together, but I’m probably just asking for trouble with that.
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Post 89 of It’s not too difficult to create a mass storage device. Jul 2, at Thanks, I’ll look into the evaluation board–might be useful to look at for our design. That was over a year ago that I was researching this, though, so things might have changed. Post 82 of dataasheet I’m still thinking about whether or not we should base the USB on a chip that’s capable of USB host and do the code for host functionality later or if we should just use a plain USB peripheral controller and require a new board for USB host functionality.
I’d rather not have to put a programmable logic device to do that. No, create an account now. Post 81 of Share This Page Tweet.
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