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January 22, 2006
Software Developer with 25 years of experience.
Simon Fraser University
Robotics, Metalworking, Wood Working, Electronics
To answer my own question, it looks like it can be made to work by following the mods in this article:
Will this work with the pcDuino Acadia?
about 2 years ago
Any support for linux tools? Or does this require windows?
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about 7 years ago
Just thought I’d point out that the physical layout of bitfields may differ from compiler to compiler (or architecture to architecture), so if the data is being written on an AVR and read using a program compiled on the PC, then things might not work out the way you think (you might get lucky and have them work out).
about 8 years ago
It would also be nice to bring out any extra signals (from the ATmega168) to pads or vias so that the ATMega168 could be reprogrammed for additional purposes (like say a Tachometer).
Soldering directly to the pins on the ATmega168 will also work, but requires a bit more finesse.
about 10 years ago
Very easy to interface to. I did a really simple Tachometer using this display: http://www.DaveHylands.com/Electronics/Tachometer/
I really want to start playing with FPGA, but I don’t have...
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