In digital electronics, a signal can only have two states ON or OFF. While the signal can be encoded, stored and processed as this article will show, fundamentally there are those two logic level states. Logic level refers to a specific voltage or state where a digital signal exists. ...
Matt was born in London, United Kingdom and grew up in the Pays de la Loire region in France after his family moved there when he was 8 years old.
He returned to the UK for his university studies at the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow. As part of his studies, he begun working on both hardware and software development with embedded systems and FPGAs. In 2018, he graduated with a MEng in Electronic and Electrical Engineering.
Now based in Munich, Matt works as a Field Applications Engineer supporting strategic customers in the automotive industry for ADAS and Infotainment related activities. His keen interests and hobbies are football, skiing, photography and watching Formula 1.
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This guide will show you how to import an existing project into ChibiStudio. For this you will need an existing project that is already ready to use. It is strongly recommended to keep projects together in a workspace folder inside C:\ChibiStudio.
To import a project, proceed to File on ...