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Andy Neil
05/14/10 04:41
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Basingstoke
Uk


 
#175886 - ISP before IAP?
Responding to: Per Westermark's previous message
Per Westermark said:
with the advent of In Application Programming (IAP) where the running software may rewrite sectors of the flash, the chip manufacturers had to add a voltage doubler inside the chip to create the needed voltage for erase and write of the flash memory.


Actually, it started with ISP/ICP (In-System/Circuit Programming) - which is a pre-requisite for IAP



List of 19 messages in thread
TopicAuthorDate
programing on chip flash?      Douglas Brummund      05/13/10 13:44      
   of course, you are,      Erik Malund      05/13/10 14:33      
   parallel programming      Jan Waclawek      05/13/10 15:36      
   thanks everyone      Douglas Brummund      05/13/10 19:18      
      Not exactly fair      Andy Neil      05/14/10 00:48      
      too deep      Stefan KAnev      05/14/10 01:48      
         Internal voltage doublers in some chips for IAP support      Per Westermark      05/14/10 03:14      
            hm      Stefan KAnev      05/14/10 03:58      
               actually ...      Erik Malund      05/14/10 04:32      
               why to do this? I cant understand :-(      Andy Neil      05/14/10 04:37      
                  the Manzi book      Erik Malund      05/14/10 05:17      
                     You mean, "Mazidi"      Andy Neil      05/14/10 06:17      
                        agreed, and ...      Erik Malund      05/14/10 06:26      
            ISP before IAP?      Andy Neil      05/14/10 04:41      
               A question of driving force      Per Westermark      05/14/10 04:54      
      baloney      Erik Malund      05/14/10 04:35      
   programming on chip flash?      Douglas Brummund      05/17/10 20:28      
      If only it were that simple...      Andy Neil      05/18/10 00:13      
      did you read my remark above...      Jan Waclawek      05/18/10 00:47      

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