What is Ultra-Wideband Technology?
Ultra-Wide Band (UWB) is a communication method used in wireless networking that uses low power consumption to achieve high bandwidth connections. It offers many advantages, especially in terms of very high data transmission rates. Adopting Ultra-Wideband for Memsen’s file sharing and wireless marketing platform.
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Bit-banging is a method of using general-purpose I/O lines to emulate a serial port. Microcontrollers that include serial-port modules like SPI[tm] and I2C[tm] manage all synchronization and timing signals, and this activity is transparent to the user. With bit-banging each write to the port causes a single transition at the port pin. And it’s up to the user, first, to provide the correct number of transitions to obtain the desired waveform and, second, to ensure that the timing requirements (particularly setup and hold times for reading and writing data) are met. Continue reading “What Is Bit-Banging?”