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VGA framegrabbing with TVP7002

Thursday, February 13th, 2014

[embed]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8bmWkqSN7pw[/embed] desaster blogged about his VGA framegrabber project: The project got a nice boost when I found TVP7002 on TI’s site. It’s a video digitizing chip, featuring 3x ADC (one for each color channel) and a PLL system for generating the pixel clock from the HSYNC input. Compared to alternatives, this seemed...

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Posted in CPLD, FPGA, hacks | 1 Comment »

DipCortex – GPIO Intro video and guide

Tuesday, May 14th, 2013

[embed]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V1iv8jnXg2U[/embed] DipCortex – GPIO Intro video and guide by SolderSplashLabs: This video takes you through the setup procedure, importing our codebase from GitHub, running through the code. Building it and boot-loading the bin file over the USB connection. These guides are applicable for both the DipCortex’s and the up coming...

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Posted in ARM, tutorials | No Comments »

AVR emulating ARM Cortex M0

Friday, April 20th, 2012

First, an AVR that boots Linux. Now a Cortex M0 emulator for the ATtiny: I like writing emulators. Since my last one (ARM emulator that booted linux), I was wondering how much faster one could emulate an ARM cpu on an atmega device. The C-language core netted 10KHz. This time...

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Posted in ARM, AVR | 2 Comments »

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