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Michael Karas
06/03/12 17:33
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Beaverton Or
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#187608 - What You Need to Do Yourself
Responding to: ???'s previous message
What you need to do for your self is to get intimately familiar with the 93C46 data sheet and the defined timing diagrams that show how to access the chip.

Then wrap a reasonable main program around this glob of uncommented code that bears every ear mark of code you downloaded off the web someplace.

Next study the code sequences carefully at the source code level and learn how they should implement what you have learned from the data sheet. If you see a mismatch you'll have to change the code appropriately.

Next verify that you have the part properly wired to the MCU and that you have proper Vdd, Gnd, and bypass cap on the parts.

Now it would be time to compile your test program and program it to the MCU.

Finally hook up an oscilloscope to verify that the MCU bit-banged waveforms look correct at the part.

Personally I feel that you need to complete all the above steps before you come here to ask questions. You should then be in a pretty good position to ask real questions about thing you do not understand.

Michael Karas




List of 20 messages in thread
TopicAuthorDate
help me with 93c46 and at89s52---MikroC      Mandeep Singh      06/03/12 16:29      
   What You Need to Do Yourself        Michael Karas      06/03/12 17:33      
      need help - 93c46 using AT89s52 - mikroc      Mandeep Singh      06/09/12 04:59      
         MikroC is unwise choice      David Prentice      06/09/12 09:34      
   help me with 93c46 and at89s52---MikroC      Mandeep Singh      06/09/12 05:01      
      So check without scope - adjust code until testable      Per Westermark      06/09/12 06:04      
         you have now 3 times asked help with 93c46/at89s52--MikroC      Erik Malund      06/11/12 07:36      
            93c46/at89s52--MikroC      Mandeep Singh      06/11/12 10:36      
               my suggestion      Erik Malund      06/11/12 11:27      
               You have already been given suggestions      Per Westermark      06/11/12 11:55      
                  help me with 93c46 and at89s52---MikroC      Mandeep Singh      06/12/12 08:33      
                     Use a proper Compiler      David Prentice      06/12/12 08:42      
                        I wanna, I wanna, I wanna,      Erik Malund      06/12/12 09:15      
                     Time to actually prove your logic and your delays      Per Westermark      06/12/12 09:21      
                        ----thanks all for helping out      Mandeep Singh      06/12/12 10:54      
                           do you REALLY expect ....      Erik Malund      06/12/12 11:29      
                     If you can't get MikroC to work ...      Richard Erlacher      06/12/12 15:25      
                        switching to keil      Mandeep Singh      06/13/12 14:32      
                           Example code on this website      David Prentice      06/13/12 15:05      
                           why, oh why      Erik Malund      06/13/12 18:06      

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