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Help me guyz.......... plzzzzzzzzzz..................

By freeas2 ·
Guys.. can any one figure out this problem for me....
1) demonstrate the ability to program a module in the 68HS12 independently and without the assistance of a complete sample program,
2) show that he/she can comprehend and put to practical use technical reference material,
3) implement top down modular programming for a small project,
4) demonstrate the ability to refer to specifications sheets and connect an external sensor,
5) demonstrate troubleshooting skills

The S12 Timer will be used to measure the pulse width of an Ultrasonic Sensor mounted on the Dragonboard in order to determine the distance between an object and the Dragonboard.
The distance will be displayed on the LCD display. The output of the DAC will be monitored by a voltmeter and the data displayed on the LCD display of the Dragonboard.
1. Capture the ultrasonic sensor information using the Timer of the HS12.
2. Convert the information to distance.
3. Display the distance on the LCD screen.
4. Be able to read the Dragon Board schematics, reference manuals, textbook, Ultrasonic sensor data and identify all connections and explain the operation of the Timer.

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This sounds like homework/assignment....

by Darryl~ Moderator In reply to Help me guyz.......... pl ...

Have you tried Google?

Edited for....
Have you spoke with your classmates? Maybe you can work on it as a team...that's what we do in the "real world"

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We've already done our homework.

by boxfiddler Moderator In reply to Help me guyz.......... pl ...

Time for you to do yours.

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giggle....I beat you to it...but...

by Darryl~ Moderator In reply to We've already done our ho ...

I suggested they work as a team like "we" do. :)

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Have you asked your instructor?

by CharlieSpencer In reply to Help me guyz.......... pl ...

I'll bet he or she knows.

Oh, and work on your spelling. You might also look at that stuck 'z' key you've got.

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is that pronounced "zed" or "zee"? (nt)

by Darryl~ Moderator In reply to Have you asked your instr ...
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by Ed Woychowsky In reply to is that pronounced "zed" ...

For you it would be "zed", for us it's "zee".

Two peoples separated by a common language.

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LOL....we've been trying to get our daughter to say "zed"

by Darryl~ Moderator In reply to Depends

but they teach the alphabit at her school as "zee".

It really doesn't matter to me...I use/say both...I guess I'm bilingual Canadian-American

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A recommendation

by Ed Woychowsky In reply to LOL....we've been trying ...

The Barenaked Ladies have an album called <a href-"">Snack Time</a>, it's a kids album. One of the songs is Crazy ABC's, it goings into the whole "zed" verses 'zee" thing. The song is a hoot.

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You're both wrong.

by CharlieSpencer In reply to Depends

As a proud US Army veteran, it's 'Zulu'. The original poster is a 'zero', although I won't argue with those who want to substitute 'cero'.

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You'll have my RAF vote ...

by OldER Mycroft In reply to You're both wrong.

It's most certainly ZULU.

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