I am Dr. Pj Radcliffe, a development engineer and researcher, also a senior lecturer at RMIT University in Melbourne Australia. I have quite a few interests, which keep me very busy-
- Linux, particularly for the control of hardware.
- Microprocessors, both hardware design and programming.
- Software Engineering.
- Network engineering, especially protocol design.
- Educational research, especially that related to plagiarism.
- Teaching and managing research students.
- Organizational behavior, business re-engineering and process optimization.
What’s In This Blog?
This blog has a whole range of resources for people interested in the topics above. See the pages to the left for the current topics.
29/6/2012 new microprocessor formulas: the Open-USB-IO board has been working well for years. We have finally got some more Microprocessor Formulas nearly ready. Keep your eye on this page.
21/6/2010 for Open-USB-IO : some Windows 7 users have reported problems with the Open-USB-IO firmware, the device simply did not get recognized by the operating system. We have tracked this to timing oddities in the way Windows 7 treats USB devices. The resources section has firmware upgrade and a version of Co-USB for Windows 7.
20/4/2010 for Open-USB-IO : most software and manuals have been significantly updated.
- New USB bootloader so ATMEGA32 programming can be done from the USB cable.
- Co-USB concept allows you to easily add your ATMGEA32 code to the USB interface code.
- Powerful symbolic debugger for your ATMEGA32 code.
- Mac version of software.