In this tutorial, you will learn how to read and write files in a Micro-SD card using a microcontroller. Do not worry as you will be using Microchip’s Memory Disk Drive File System (MDDFS) libraries to help you to do all of these immediately. One thing about the library is, it requires a lot of microcontroller’s program space. The dsPIC30F4013 will be used in this project since it has 48KB of program memory.
If you are using UC00A, UC00B, or FTDI cable, or any UART devices, did you ask the questions: Is the UART working? Is the transmit pin is transmitting data? Is the receive pin receive data? You want to check whether
This is Final Year Project's abstract by one of our internship student 2011, Mr. Tiew Weng Khai. Thanks to WK for sharing with us. He is responsible to modify the Pinguino board and become PICuno board, he has also contributed
Arduino Pro Mini is a compact but powerful Arduino board. Being designed with the idea to minimize the cost, the on-board USB to UART chip is taken out. leaving the board with pure ATmega microcontroller, voltage regulator and reset button.