jotux

Member Since: November 16, 2006

Country: United States

Profile

Programming Languages

C, ruby and others

Universities

CSU, Sacramento 07

Expertise

Embedded systems hardware/firmware.

Websites

jotux.com

  • News - Check out the LIDAR-Lite … | about 2 months ago

    They had an engineer on reddit a while ago and he confirmed they’re using a Lattice MachX02 2000.

    http://www.reddit.com/r/electronics/comments/1vrwfl/pulsedlight_new_45_40meter_optical_sensor_laser/cevq1fp

  • News - AVC 2013 - The Next Chapt… | about 2 years ago

    Since Battle Bots is pretty dead right now, how about weapons of some sort?

    Robogames (http://robogames.net/) in San Francisco/San Mateo,CA has had combat robots since 2004. The event is much bigger than battlebots was and the robots are much more destructive.

    Besides that there are 5-6 other battlebot-type events across the US every year.

  • News - Neato Robotics XV-11 Tear… | about 3 years ago

    Also, Can anyone post the speed at which it takes the unit to make a complete revolution?

  • News - Neato Robotics XV-11 Tear… | about 3 years ago

    Can you guys dump the teraterm output from the 13mm and 22mm to a file and post it?

  • News - ATmega Slugs | about 4 years ago

    At my last job we had a batch of prototypes built in Shenzhen and sent to use for testing. TI had a shortage of a linear regulator we were using so we told the manufacturing guys to “get them wherever you can” and they went to some local supplier there and bought a reel of regulators. When we got the prototypes only about half worked and we tracked it down to the regulator. We sent the “faulty” regulators to TI and they scanned them and found they were empty packages.

No public wish lists :(