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- Fri Mar 24, 2017 2:56 pm
- Forum: Hardware
- Topic: analog inputs: op-amp + divider - Russian - now MCP6004
- Replies: 126
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I see alot of Opamps for various sensors but is there a way to make them digital? since analog stuff is messy.
Also russian can we start a Slack channel so developers and users can talk about the platform and in drone racing community its very effective. I could start one if you like but It would be better if you start one. Here the site https://slack.com/ (its basically a IRC for developers and users to han...
Hey,So yeah for the simplicity and low quantity and just ease of design and use lets stick with LQFP but you cannot avoid BGA completely if you using RAM. @russian yes it simplifies the layout but not too much since you have to follow the strict guidelines anyways so since X16 mems are cheap these d...
And this is the 144 pin nucleo layout and as u can see its a complicated 6 layer board without even the crazy stuff like SDRAM and Flash.Also if you want External RAM you need to solder BGA and it can be done with a reflow oven(am building one!!!).
So what sort of bit rate we are talking about?.If the bit rate is know its simple to calculate the frequency and the need of data bus width.But I think its better to have 16 bit DDR bus for future use.
Hey people whats up.Totally new here and totally new to Automotive stuff.I am a senior PCB designer(specialized in high speed digital design) and am very interested in your project.So have you guys settled on a MCU yet?IMHO I think it just better to use a BGA if you need insane Pincount for stuff si...
Whats up people ....new here...so am a Electrical Engineer and senior PCB designer and very unfamiliar with automotive stuff(I come from Racing drone design background) but am very interested in this project you guys have created but I have no Idea how EFI works(Used to design DDR and Digital high s...