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Member Since: June 27, 2010

Country: United States

  • I used an Arduino Uno R3 to drive this (not the pro-mini as in the docs). Basically, put a blob of solder over the 5V-3.3V jumpers on the board (to be able to run it at 5V), then (Fsync,SCA,SCLK) on the MiniGen to (10,11,13) on the Arduino (and +5V/GND to power the board), and the library and stock example worked on the first try. I initially hooked the two outputs of the MiniGen to an oscilloscope and the frequency, as set in the library was dead-on. A 1V p-p sine wave, at the proper frequency riding on a DC offset of about 4 volts.

    I wish there was a library call for muting the output, but oh well. The board is awesome. Can't believe it'll go up to 3MHz or so.

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