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Tom Smith

Member Since: February 8, 2010

Country: United States

  • And as an aside, I'm sure it was great fun explaining this to your fab house...
    "No, it's supposed to have those holes in it..." :)

  • This is a great idea. I'd love to see a version where the components are broken out further, so that the individual components of the Pro Mini are on different boards. So have the ATMEGA on one, resonator on another, maybe a vreg on another, etc. That would be a great may to move people from the full Arduino package (even if it's a minimal one) to an understanding of how the individual Arduino components fit together (and how they can make their own choices about those components).

  • Thanks for the writeup! Just to share with you guys, here is a little preview of the Gado 2, the next generation of the machine (currently up for funding over at Kickstarter).

  • FYI, to get this working in Windows, plug it in, launch a terminal and point it to the correct COM port, baud rate 115200, flowcontrol = none
    When powering up the module, you should see "READY". Using it was a little finicky at first; had to plug it in, open the serial connection, put the SIM card in, turn the unit on, start sending commands. If the SIM was in before plugging the unit into the computer, I was not able to send commands.
    After that, it's just normal AT commands. BTW, this works with Telit's RS Terminal software (which is just sending AT commands anyway).

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