How to control I2C?

This week I’ve fully completed I2C master and slave and tested them by simulation. Having been over that I’ve moved to learning C++ object oriented programming to write the code that creates the system top level code. There isn’t much to say about C++ so I’ll use this blog post Read more…

I2C Revisited

Finalizing I2C continues. Finally the master is fully functioning but tested only through simulation. Here is the Features of the master: Clock Synchronization and Arbitration. Detection of a busy bus. Supports Arbitration loss. Handles Slave induced waits. Capable of repeated start and back to back reads and writes. Future Improvements: Read more…

Ahead with the Project

This week was very interesting and yet tiring one! I wrote my networking c++ program and began to understand how machine interacts with each other. That involved too much researching and reading. and most of the time I ended up closed lines. I spent the first few days on researching Read more…

PIC18 Interrupt Service Routine

The next thing to do is to initialize the interrupt service routine and also to configure the change on Port B interrupt. By referring to the interrupt that is used by the original demo to calculate the ticks for the blinking LED for the TCP/IP stack, it seems that is Read more…

Its all about SD cards!

Following the disaster of having the 4gb Kingston SD card stop responding, the focus of the week was to find a way to get the non-responsive SD cards to work on the PICTail. A lot of knowledge was gained about the SD cards initialization process (the process at which some Read more…

Let the Integration Begin

By the end of this month, I should be able to integrate everyone’s project in to mine, and manage them¬† to produce the desired output I started with Verilog synthesizer.In this process, I’m supposed to execute a shell script that takes a .v file and runs on it three software Read more…