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Andy Neil
11/20/08 01:13
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#160143 - How to interface anything to anything else
Responding to: Chaitanya Thummar's previous message
The following procedure is universally applicable:

1. Study the documentation for the "peripheral" device
This will tell you what the device requires for its operation;

2. Study the documentation for the "controller" device
This will tell you what features and facilities the device provides for you to use;

3. Study the documentation for any tools, etc, that you will be using
eg, assemblers, compilers, etc

4. Do it!
Armed with the above information, you know what your "peripheral" device requires, what your "controller" device provides, and how to use your tools - now it's just a question of putting them all together to make your application.

Note: The "documentation" includes the Datasheet(s) and/or Manual(s) plus other supporting information available from the supplier - such as application notes, examples, tutorials, etc...

Obviously, if you are a newcomer to any (or all) of these things, you will need to spend a significant amount of time in becoming sufficiently familiar with them. The best approach is to start with simple examples before jumping-in to your complete application!

Nobody can do this work for you, but you can ask for help when you have specific doubts or questions...


List of 12 messages in thread
TopicAuthorDate
Interfacing OF ADC ICL7135      Chaitanya Thummar      11/19/08 22:58      
   How to interface anything to anything else        Andy Neil      11/20/08 01:13      
   Why not using an ADC with a real ...        Kai Klaas      11/20/08 06:51      
      ADS7816 is much better      John Smith      12/06/08 04:41      
         Hardly...      Kai Klaas      12/06/08 07:04      
         Let him do his assigned task.      Richard Erlacher      12/06/08 10:06      
            We don't know that      Andy Neil      12/06/08 11:40      
               That is never the correct answer, though.      Richard Erlacher      12/06/08 16:34      
                  probing questions are often preferable      Andy Neil      12/06/08 17:14      
                     That is not the right sort of quesiton either      Richard Erlacher      12/06/08 22:34      
               Almost never a best.      Per Westermark      12/06/08 16:34      
   Why not search first?      Richard Erlacher      12/06/08 10:03      

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