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Simple Message Queue: IoT Messaging Wilfred Nilsen 01.08.16

SMQ is an easy to use IoT (M2M) publish subscribe protocol designed and optimized for embedded systems providing instantaneous Edge Node connectivity.

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Code for "Bit-banging pulse density modulation" Ken Wada 03.06.15

Source code for "Bit-banging pulse density modulation"

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4x4 keypad Handler Ahmed Talaat 02.06.15

Sample code showing how to parse a user pressed button on a 4x4 keypad using STM32F100

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Source code: mTapBufferLib.zip for multi-tap software delay buffer Ken Wada 02.06.15

Source code for the multitap delay line, that accompanies the article "A multi-tap software delay buffer" by Ken Wada, aka, the Bit Banger. This article is about how to construct and use a software multi-tap delay line, and how to use this construct.

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Source code: firSMA.zip for multi-tap software delay buffer Ken Wada 02.06.15

Code that accompanies the article "A multi-tap software delay buffer" by Ken Wada, aka, the Bit Banger. This article is about how to construct and use a software multi-tap delay line, and how to use this construct.

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Source code: firDiff.zip for multi-tap software delay buffer Ken Wada 02.06.15

Code that accompanies the article "A multi-tap software delay buffer" by Ken Wada, aka, the Bit Banger. This article is about how to construct and use a software multi-tap delay line, and how to use t

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myrandom.c, Linux example driver Michael Eager 04.05.14

myrandom.c is a Linux driver that creates a virtual device that will return a pseudo-random number when read. This is a similar to the /dev/random virtual device, but simpler, and not to be used in real programs.

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Standalone digital voltmeter uses a multichannel ADC code Branislav Korenko and Marek Cerný, Slovak University of Technology, Bratislava, Slovakia 11.15.13

Code listings for Design Idea Standalone digital voltmeter uses a multichannel ADC.

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Dhrystone--A VFT perspective (code listings) Neha Srivastava and Aashish Mittal 10.22.13

The attached zip file named “Dhrystone--A VFT perspective (code listings),” contains all the code examples used in an article on Embedded.com titled “Benchmarking an ARM-based SoC using Dhrystone: A VFT perspective,” by Neha Srivastava and Aashish Mittal, Freescale Semiconductor.

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rinBufS.zip -- Ring buffer basics Ken Wada 08.07.13

Code for how to create a ring buffer without C++ Standard Template Library.

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Bit-banging a digital-to-analog converter Ken Wada 03.28.13

How to create a digital-to-analog converter using a

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System tick timer Ken Wada 02.07.13

Code for an ARM SYSTICK timer that you can adapt for other timers, as decribed in Ken Wada's blog, "System ticks" (February 2013, Embedded.com).

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RT_Linux_demo_2012.rar Le Trung Thang 12.20.12

The examples included on Page 2 to 8 of Le Trung Thang's article "Comparing the real-time scheduling policies of the Linux kernel and an RTOS." The article shows the different operational mechanisms of the real-time Linux Scheduler in the context of the article.

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Standalone digital voltmeter uses a multichannel ADC code Branislav Korenko and Marek Cerný, Slovak University of Technology, Bratislava, Slovakia 11.15.12

This is code for the EDN Design Idea "Standalone digital voltmeter uses a multichannel ADC," which offers a design to monitor several different voltages with one instrument.

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Embedded Sys Design Example Analog In Digital Out.zip Baruch Evenor 12.07.10

Source code and tech description of a design example created using ECCM's Game-Blocks-Code tool.

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MY_SIMPLE_OS_SOURCE_CODE Baruch Evenor 11.15.10

This code accompanies Baruch Evenor's article on his Lego-Code system that will appear in the December 2010 issue of Embedded Systems Design magazine.

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Motor.c David Austin 11.01.10

Code from "Generate stepper-motor speed profiles in real time" (David Austin, Embedded Systems Programming magazine, January 2005)

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simon10.zip Dan Simon 10.23.10

Dan Simon, "From Here to Infinity" (October)

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serial.zip Don Krantz 10.23.10

Don Krantz, serial data routines for the PIC processors.

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scan.zip Don Krantz 10.23.10

Don Krantz, serial data routines for the PIC processors.

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crenshaw.zip(95) Jack Crenshaw 10.23.10

Jack Crenshaw, "Floating-Point Math, Part 1" (November)

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iic.zip Steve Arns and Jack Woehr 10.23.10

Steve Arns and Jack Woehr (Code by Tom Wheeler), "Exploring I2C" (September)

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ex386.zip Jean Gareau 10.22.10

Jean Gareau, "Embedded 80386 Programming: Examples" (April)

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sincos.zip Jack Crenshaw 10.22.10

Jack Crenshaw, "Getting the Sines Right" (February)

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esp118.zip 10.22.10

Code for November

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