AVR w/ asynchronous counter?

Started by frank in sci.electronics.design6 years ago 11 replies
AVR

Hi all, I'd like to make a very simple frequency counter (should be single chip ideally), let's say to max 25 MHz more or less, 6 digits...

Hi all, I'd like to make a very simple frequency counter (should be single chip ideally), let's say to max 25 MHz more or less, 6 digits resolution. A PIC microcontroller, using an internal counter with asynchronous external clock is one possible solution. However, I would greatly prefer to use an AVR microcontroller here as I already have lots of code and experience with them. On the se...


PIC/dsPIC development

Started by bitrex in sci.electronics.design4 years ago 90 replies

I might have to work on a project involving dsPIC code which I don't have a lot of experience with, I'm primarily an AVR and ARM guy. What's...

I might have to work on a project involving dsPIC code which I don't have a lot of experience with, I'm primarily an AVR and ARM guy. What's the hip current toolchains/dev boards y'all like to use for PIC development on Linux or Windows desktops nowatimes?


Using microphone to measure Db(A) and Db(C) ?

Started by Skybuck Flying in sci.electronics.design13 years ago 34 replies
AVR

Hello, I have two microphones: 1. A Fica CMP-202 computer microphone. (I got it for free a long time ago from somebody.) 2. A...

Hello, I have two microphones: 1. A Fica CMP-202 computer microphone. (I got it for free a long time ago from somebody.) 2. A Pyramid/Pole like microphone DM-A409 that came with my 7.1 Receiver (Denon AVR 1909). (Bought this recently... seems quite an impressive microphone according to some charts it was able to capture ?) Anyway I was wondering if these microphones are suite...