ben biles

C bare metal ARM based high quality audio analogue hardware PCB. DSP hardware.

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Things I've Built

digital radio mics [ diversity antenna / adaptive channel ] 2.4ghz

radio mics and reciever 2.4ghz based on Ti's CC8530 and PA with AIC3101 codec 8 channel arduino usb midi mixer

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Dr. Cockroach wrote 04/22/2017 at 16:35 point

Good afternoon Ben and thank you for the like for my Cardboard Computer :-)

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Mahesh Venkitachalam wrote 11/02/2015 at 08:36 point

Thanks for skulling snapVCC!

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Radu Motisan wrote 10/05/2015 at 17:37 point

Thanks for the Skull on #uRADMonitor KIT1!!! Checkout the #Portable environmental monitor , is one of the 10 finalists of Hackaday Prize 2015! :)

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ben biles wrote 10/08/2015 at 04:22 point

Thats a really great project ! was thinking is there nowhere to hide the antenna in the box? I think the smaller it is with the least bits hanging off it  the more likely people would actually carry it about ! GPS positioniing and auto data upload on open wifi networks would be cool..  like a global pollution survey !!! you could have the GPS sleep most of the time.. might add to the cost though.. it could grab gps / polution levels and store data until next open wifi access.. or have it connect to you phone and sync from there... 

just wondered why you went for the atmega128 ,  enough computational power and low power enough ? are they for sale ready made yet ?

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Radu Motisan wrote 10/08/2015 at 08:23 point

Yup, this is exactly a global pollution tracker tool. Auto data upload on free wifi is a very cool idea! There will be a GPS too, in the future, although not sure if for this model (it is planned for model C). Also the syncing idea will get implemented, very much like you presented it. The Atmega128 was chosen due to a lot of code I wrote for the AVR platform, and the very little time. Its computational power is sufficient, except for handling the big LCD where speed could be better. Not ready for sale yet, I'm planning an indiegogo campaign to help get there. Hey! this is a very good feedback, please post it on the project's page so I can keep track of it

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ben biles wrote 09/04/2015 at 04:00 point

no prob, i'm interested in making one of these mikes, would be great if you would post a video of the mic working on your camera at some point.. looks like a great design !

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Muphins wrote 09/03/2015 at 21:26 point

Thanks for the skull on my microphone project :-)

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