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SOC'em

Member Since: March 10, 2010

Country: United States

  • “Hehehe, with this Princess peach will be mine” - Luigi

  • Whoo so pumped to see you guys carrying the freesoc, I’ve been playing around with the ones I got from the kick-started…2hours ago, being able to design circuits as a hardware function and not just with code, one of the biggest limits I’ve come across is a lot of the cypress designed blocks for say the dac/adc, mixer, stuff that has an option to use the internet clock is limited to 1MHz, so if you wanted to do a nice 100 step sine wave with the dac…no dice, even though you can set the internal master to upto 64MHz with just the internal timing circuit.

  • You may want to add in that the 18650’s are do not have an auto LVD circuit, since there are 18650, 15800, 14500 sized lipos that do have a built in LV shutdown circuit built in.

  • DJ Hymel and DJ TalBott team up for the first time since the 60/30 Tin/Lead album to bring you their new remix, “ROHS 8-Bit Innuendo” where they lay down some of the nerdiest and hardest hitting 8-bit tracks since Super Mario! Only available in Dip-32 and LQFP.

  • Had 2 of these sensors sitting around for a project I just now started getting time to make, and ATM I’m able to get acceptable values at @3.3v using a FreeSOC mini, the only issue I have is that my calculated checksum value is does not match the broadcast-ed check sum value,

  • the digikey connectors are here for the through hole, so far these may very well be the biggest PIA on a circuit I’m doing.

  • The bigger question is does he want to give up playing around with the new products or does he want to be hounded by the paparazi.

  • It won’t work since the the GPS module is running at around 1.56GHz and the antenna is rated:
    Specifications:
    * GSM/850E : 824 to 894MHz
    * GSM : 880 to 960MHz
    * DCS : 1710 to 1880MHz
    * PCS : 1850 to 1990MHz
    So sadly the GPS falls in between GSM and DCS.

  • No these will not interfere with a 2.4GHz rc transmitter or any other device, because in most cases a Device is running on spread FHSS or D(something)SS in both cases the signal from the transmitter is bouncing around on all the “sub” frequencies of 2.4.

  • They probably felt it safe to not use the complete General Electronics name considering its resemblance to General Electric, which I’m pretty sure would attempt to sue for some name copy righting infringmants.