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How can I interface an ARM chip with an external memory chip?
by Tim Benninghoff in Programming Languages

I have finished a project using an LPC2132 and quickly ran into problems with not having enough RAM (64k).


For my next project, I'd like to avoid this problem all together by picking a chip that can interface with an external, larger memory chip. How can I do this or where are some resources that I could read up on this at? (I already did Google for about an hour)


How to Get Chip # 179 & Chip # 151 in "Megaman Battle Network 5: Team Protoman"
by Demo24 in Hobbies, Games & Toys
After the popular "Mega Man" franchise went out of style for a few years, the publishers saw fit to revitalize the franchise. This new series focuses on a digital Mega Man, whose power is augmented by Battle Chips as he fights through the digital frontier. One game, "Mega Man Battle Network 5: Team Protoman," offers a wide variety of Battle Chips to help your character advance through the digital

ChIP on Chip Technology
by sadboy in Health
Scientific studies can be conducted in vivo, or in a living organism as opposed to a partial or dead organism. ChIP-on-chip combines chromatin immunoprecipitation (ChIP) with microarray technology (chip) to study certain in vivo interactions. ChIPChIP-on-chip technology refers to an immunoprecipitation technique used to investigate the interaction between deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) and protein

How to Mount a Wi-Fi Chip Antenna Near a Bluetooth Chip Antenna
by Murali Ravipudi in Computers
While most computer systems now come with built-in wireless and Bluetooth receivers, older systems may not have this luxury. If this is the case for your computer, it is possible to add the features to the hardware via Wi-Fi chip adapter and a Bluetooth chip adapter. Both are external antennas that connect your computer to the wireless signals. Because the two devices receive different wireless fr

Do it Yourself Tar & Chip
by Néstor Pina in Home & Garden
Cost effective, yet attractive, driveway paving options are of interest to homeowners with driveways of all shapes and sizes. Fortunately, the tar and chip method provides a reasonably priced, eye-appealing way to seal driveways with low cost long-term maintenance. Tar and chip paving combines asphalt and stone to create a textured, hard surface. The end result is a driveway that provides more tex
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How to Fix a Chip in a Tub
by Steve M in Home & Garden
Chips can easily ruin a bath tub's appearance. Luckily, a chip is much easier to fix than a crack or hole. Chips can usually be repaired at home in less than a few hours. Fixing a chip yourself is much cheaper than the cost of hiring a professional. Though chips can be fixed at home, cracks and holes often require professional expertise.Difficulty:EasyInstructions Things You'll Need
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How to Chip Your PSP
by comphollic in Hobbies, Games & Toys
At one time, users had to "break into" devices like PSPs and PS2s in order to chip them. But with the advernt of custom firmware, the "chipping" process is much easier. Custom firmware will allow you to play and run homebrew games and applications. Homebrew is just a fancy name for user-created games and programs, and without custom firmware, they cannot be played.Difficulty:EasyInstructions Th
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What Is a 555 Chip?
by Shrek Qian in Hobbies, Games & Toys
Developed in the early 1970s, the 555 timer chip remains a popular component; at time of publication, chipmakers still produce a billion of them a year. Its modular, building-block design makes it useful for a wide variety of electronic timing and signal generation applications. Casual hobbyists appreciate the 555 for its simplicity; professional engineers find it useful and economical. Descrip
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How to Chip a PS2
by NAM TRON in Hobbies, Games & Toys
The PlayStation 2 (PS2), like most Sony products, comes with regional encoding. This means that your PlayStation can only play DVDs and CDs that were produced for sale in the region you purchased your PS2 (e.g. Japan, U.K., North America). There are many products available that will allow you to play out-of-region discs, as well as un-encoded products (beta or copies). Installing many of these can
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How to Fix an LCD Chip
by hochi in Computers
LCD technology is used in large-screen televisions and computer monitors. LCD screens are usually fairly resilient, but LCD monitors don't have a glass sheet covering the main display, as did the older CRT (cathode ray tube) televisions. This makes them weaker and more prone to cracks and scratches. The best way to avoid damage is to look after your set and clean it with a soft cloth. If chips do
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