ARM Core Dataflow Model

ARM Core Dataflow Model The article deals with the explanation of the ARM core dataflow model. It also covers the complete implementation of architecture of the ARM processor. As depicted in figure, an ARM core dataflow model may be thought of as functional units connected by data buses, with the arrows representing data flow, the …

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CISC vs RISC

CISC vs RISC CISC vs RISC Architecture “Complex Instruction Set Computing” is the abbreviation for CISC This is a design for a microprocessor. The CISC architecture comprises a significant number of computer instructions that range in complexity and specialization from simple to complicated and specialized. Though the architecture was meant to calculate complicated instructions as …

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ARM Processor Introduction

ARM Processor Introduction The ARM processor center is a critical part of numerous fruitful 32-bit embedded systems. It stands for an Advanced RISC Machine. Here RISC stands for a Reduced Instruction Set Computer which will be explained further. The Advanced RISC Machine (ARM) processor is a kind of Central Processing Unit found in music players, …

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PIC16f877a Architecture

Introduction The following diagram displays the complete PIC16f877a architecture. It consists of the various blocks that are discussed below. CPU CPU is one of the important parts of the PIC16f877a architecture. The CPU consists Arithmetic logic unit (ALU), a memory unit (MU), a control unit (CU), Accumulator. ALU performs arithmetic and logical operations, MU stores …

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Introduction to PIC 16f877a

Introduction to PIC 16f877a PIC stands for Peripheral Interface Controller. It can be programmed using flash memory technology, this lets stored data be electrically erased and reprogrammed, making this microcontroller very convenient and widely used in a huge number of devices like remote sensors, security and safety devices and home automation. This microcontroller is pretty …

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Infill 3D Printing 

Infill 3D Printing  What is Infill 3D printing? 3D printing has two zones, the shell and the fill. The shell refers to the outer walls of the model, whereas the fill or infill 3D printing refers to the amount of material inside the piece printed. A higher infill provides more strength, but at the cost …

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3D Printer Filament Types

3D Printer Filament Types What is a 3D filament? 3D printer filament is long thermoplastic threads used for fused deposition modelling 3D printers. These are usually spooled into a reel for storage and printer feeding. The thread is fed into the 3D printing machine which heats the plastic to a temperature where it becomes flexible, …

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How to Design for 3D Printing?

How to Design for 3D Printing? Introduction We can design pretty much everything on software, but when the model we made has to be printed a host of physical considerations have to be kept in mind to successfully realize the model. There are some basic considerations which are needed to be followed to ensure a …

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3D Printing Technology

3D Printing Technology Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) FDM is the most commonly used 3D printing technology, it is the one that comes to our mind as soon as someone mentions 3D printing. In this method, the material, usually, a thermoplastic, is extruded layer by layer through a nozzle which builds the required object. The material …

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What is 3D Printing?

What is 3D Printing? Introduction Since time immemorial, humans have always had a knack for creating. From making wooden spears to mammoth structures of steel, we have come a long way. Making something new has always been a long, tedious process involving a lot of trial and error, oftentimes requiring big expensive devices to be …

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