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16 results found for "SLG46536"

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SLG46536 DatasheetGreenPAK Programmable Mixed-signal Matrix
AN-CM-249 Creating a Bike Speedometer with GreenPAK and a Magnetic SensorTwo methods are used to approach this application: the first uses the frequency detect blocks of the SLG46536V, the second method uses an RPM counter design
AN-CM-242 Binary Parity Generator and CheckerThis app note implements a Binary Parity Generator and Checker with two data input variants, a parallel data input and a serial data input
SLG4653x ErrataChips' issues and their workaround
SLG46536V DIP Proto Board Quick Start GuideSLG46536V DIP Proto Board Quick Start Guide
AN-1152 Incrementing and Decrementing One-ShotThis application note describes how to generate a one-shot pulse that increases or decreases in length by a set amount every time it is triggered
AN-1177 Flexible Range ADC with I2C InterfaceThis application note describes how to create an Analog-to-digital converter (ADC) of up to 16-bits in a GreenPAK™ device which has an I2C interface useful for connecting to MCU’s
AN-1107 How to Use Dialog's Arduino Library with GreenPAKThis app note will explain how to use Dialog’s Arduino Library to interact with GreenPAK devices using I2C communication
AN-1125 In-System Debug for GreenPAK™ Devices with I2C Serial CommunicationIn-System Debug can allow the designer to do the debug of the GPAK configuration at the same time as the debug of the overall system
Dialog Environmental Statement for IC ProductsDialog Environmental Statement for IC Products