Monthly Archives: Februar, 2012
Next “libemb” component got its usage documentation: “libserial”. The article describes sending receiving with “libserial”, as well as how to use the ring buffer provided with the library. Go to “libserial” usage documentation “libserial” is part of “libemb”
I updated the “libnrf24l01″ usage documentation. The articles describes the steps needed with “libnrf24l01″ to use the Nordic nRF24l01+ module in its modes “Shock Burst”, “Enhanced Shock Burst” and “Enhanced Shock Burst with ACK Payload”. Go to “libnrf24l01″ usage documentation “libnrf24l01″ is part of “libemb”
Update: I made a second example based on the one TI has in it’s examples. It is based on Timer_A for RX and TX. You can find that example in the “timer-a-uart” branch. This example shows how to use software UART on the TI Launchpad with a MSP430G2231 MCU (which does NOT have a hardware [...]
YWasp is a firmware for “airifaying” a serial line over an Nordic nRF24l01+ module connected to a ARM-Cortex-M3 based STM32 micro controller. YWasp currently only supports point-to-point connections. A client and a server YWasp instance could be coupled, and everythin that is written to the serial line of one YWasp is transmitted to the YWasp [...]
I uploaded a first version of “libemb“. “libemb” is a collection of libraries which try to make things needed in many STM32 (ARM-Cortex-M3) based projects more convinient. It includes helbers for console output, USART usage, as well es drivers for specific hardware. Currently “libemb” contains the following helper libraries: libserial: help on using the USART [...]
I started adding some of my sources to github. First tester are my PWM tutorials sources. Maybe this makes them more accessible then the TGZ I added in the past to the various articles. Also it is way more fun to work with git then with SVN . More to come soon.