September 20, 2008
about 4 years ago
I found this page of Ralink RT73 drivers, so was able to get the RT73 dongle running under WinXP!
Actually, it fired up without a hitch. Ralink provides a nice little utility (RaUI) for managing it too (instead of using Windows WiFi manager). Temperature-wise, the metal cage gets a little warm, but not excessively hot as described above.
Now if it would only run on my Chumby Hacker Board.
I bought this RT73 dongle thinking it would work in my Chumby Hacker Board (V1), but when I plug it into the USB it just makes the system freeze up. Also can’t boot with the dongle installed.
Adafruit claims the Hacker Board is RT73-ready, so why doesn’t this work?
about 5 years ago
Hmm, no response after 3 weeks. Does this mean that it would be difficult to integrate XBee wireless with this robot?
Can an XBee module be easily added to provide remote control and monitoring of sensors?
about 7 years ago
Just found this Philips application note, which explains the TEA5767 functionality in detail, including the PLL tuning:
No public wish lists :(
Forgot your password?
No account? Register one!