App note: Tips for writing bulletproof real-time clock control code

Posted on Sunday, July 6th, 2014 in app notes by DP



Here’s a good app note from Maxim on writing real-time clock code to get a stable system operation.

With the use of proper device initialization and code sequencing, accurate timekeeping and clock alarm operations become a more manageable task.

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One Response to “App note: Tips for writing bulletproof real-time clock control code”

  1. No mention of DST, which is important for lots of MCU timer projects where people want/need to use resources (electricity, water, etc) at certain times of the day.

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