The SPI master Clock can run as fast as FOsc/4, ie the same as the instruction clock which, at 64MHz, is 16MHz. ~140times faster than 115kbaud.
The problem is that you're most likely not...
I'd head over to the MeLabs forums for something so technical.
I had to share GND when using USART between 2 PICs.
Do I also have to share the GND line between 2 PICs when using MSSP in Daisy Chain?
I'd really like to avoid having to run another cable...
I'm not saying there isn't a way to make it work but I'm pretty sure PBP doesn't support it natively.
You'd need to somehow fool the compiler into thinking the device has more memory than it has (if...
Robert: Sorry for the long delay. Too much going on around Christmas.
I quite like ASM30. It took a bit of getting used to as a lot of things work differently from MPASM and there are more...
I just found the SPI Daisy Chain connection in the datasheet. That means I can keep using 4-strand telephone wire.
How fast can MSSP transmit at 64MHz?
I was initially...
What I mean by that is simply this:
When the temperature increases from any temperature, (GOES UP) , Say from 72 degrees to 73 degrees,
OR when the temperature decreases from any temperature...
1) what the hell do you mean by that ???
2) reading your datasheet may show you the conversion need some time to be read ... depending on the resolution you use.
3) This one ( by bruce ... ) is...
I am using a DS18B20, with Bruce Reynolds program, a 18f14k22 running at 16 mhz internal osc.
I notice that when the temperature "changes direction", in other words, when it first starts to...
I guess you'll need to edit BLOCK_SIZE in the device file.