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Thu May 24, 2012 11:24 pm by Admin
Can we get along without electronics? Would the world be a better place without technology? I don't want to find out. I love my technology and gadgets. Electronics make our world function better. Can you live without electronics? What are your thoughts?

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PostSubject: Simple embedded systems   Sun Jun 24, 2012 5:07 pm

The simple embedded systems usually consist of components such as buttons and LED to input the data and to show the output respectively. On the other hand, complex embedded systems have touch screens, large amount of buttons etc. for the purposes of input, output etc. In order to accommodate this large amount of buttons, they are usually placed at the edge of the screen.

What differentiates embedded systems from simple circuits?

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PostSubject: Embedded systems and the simple circuit difference   Mon Jul 09, 2012 11:54 am

Wink Simple embedded devices use buttons, LEDs, and small character- or digit-only displays, often with a simple menu system.

In more complex systems a full graphical touch screen having buttons with the meaning of the buttons changing with each screen as in smart phones.

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