I wasn't aware of the fuse types, so I did learn new stuff. Except it's knowledge that you simply "take in". That can't be said once you get to actually programming and have problems with Vhdl/Verilog. So I am eagerly awaiting the next lectures and will read up on your articles. I am trying to make a dvi video capturing system and I am at the stage of learning PSRAM and serial/network communication.
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