serial programming

serial programming

[′sir·ē·əl ′prō‚gram·iŋ]
(computer science)
In computers, programming in which only one operation is executed at one time.
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It is also backward compatible for demo boards, headers, and target systems using 2-wire JTAG and In-Circuit Serial Programming (ICSP) compatibility.
The i1000D includes digital testing, boundary scan and serial programming capabilities.
In-system programming is the ability of programming an IC which is already soldered into the circuit using serial programming algorithms.
Once fully programmed, the entire configuration can be automatically and quickly copied to additional units through the on-board serial programming port.
But an ITV spokesman said: "Our entertainment shows will go out as planned on Saturday and we do not foresee a delay in delivering drama serial programming on schedule to ITV."
An ITV spokesman said: 'Our entertainment shows will go out as planned on Saturday and we do not foresee a delay in delivering drama serial programming on schedule to ITV.
The BFMP is a simple In-Circuit Serial Programming (ICSP) programmer intended to be used with any of Microchip's new baseline Flash PIC 8-bit microcontrollers.
In addition, these I/O lines double up to provide the connection for the In Circuit Serial Programming (ICSP) interface, a function that enables the programming and debugging of the firmware in situ.
Serial programming languages promote modularity because they allow the programmer to focus on the dynamic behavior of the current piece of code.
Furthermore, exploration of enhancements to uniprocessor organization methods to take advantage of parallel programming will contribute to the more difficult problem of making a transition from the current situation, in which serial programming and single-processor computer systems predominate, to having ubiquitous parallel computer systems and, of course, parallel programming.
Standard features of the PIC10F microcontroller family include a precision internal oscillator operating at up to 8 MHz with 33 instructions and two stack levels; 1.125 ms Device Reset Timer (DRT); 256 to 512 instructions (X12-bit program words) of flash program memory; 16 bytes to 23 bytes of data RAM memory; 25 mA source/sink current I/O; low power (100 nA) sleep current; wide operating voltage range from 2V to 5.5V; one 8-bit timer, and one watchdog timer; and In Circuit Serial Programming (ICSP) technology.