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Hardware Projects that Use a Cellphone as More Than Just a Remote
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Ich wußte gar nicht, dass du in München lebst, nur eine Autostunde von mir entfernt :)
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Hi Elliot, just wanted to say that your "What could go wrong with SPI" article probably saved a company today. I sent it to a supplier who was having trouble debugging their SPI bus and they immediately solved all the problems using your suggestions.
Hooray! That's exactly why I wrote that series.
Most of those mistakes I've made personally -- some of them I just picked up secondhand at the Hackerspace.
I actually just stumbled on another today: seems some SD card and other modules are poorly designed: include level shifters that don't release/tri-state the MISO/MOSI lines when deselected. That's a new one to me!
Thank you for the Likes of #MPRT - Modified planetary robotics transmission and #FilaMecanum , and for your kind words on the HAD podcast today. I will certainly be dead before I finish some of those projects though.. :)
My pleasure! Love the projects.
I'd get my remaining to-hack list put on my tombstone, but I'd blow my son's inheiritance on granite...
Hi Elliot, thanks for liking the GPIB control console.
Thank you for following and liking Open Source LiDAR - Unruly. Please tell all your friends about it. If there is enough interest we should be able to offer it as an educational kit and maybe do more to promote it as an open source / hackable project - something I know nothing about unfortunately!
Thank you for following my project https://hackaday.io/project/161290-jaspers-electronic-load-r3 Please let me know if you want to write an article about it
Hi Elliot, thanks for your interest in my #wESP32: Wired ESP32 with Ethernet and PoE project!
Thanks for your interest in #STM32 Blue pill IoT expansion boards , actually, the best my Bluepills could achieve is a #Retro smart light project, but since then, I abandoned the STM32 to focus on both nRF52 (for low power, custom mesh, zigbee, Thread) and Esp32 (for connectivity, wifi, mosquitto, json,...)
Thanks for your like of #Home Smart Mesh , I just updated it with the new gen of nRF51 buttons compatible with the same nRF24 mesh. Also using the shielded PA LNA, I get a mesh of 2km jump, and x4 walls in buildings.
Hey Elliot! thanks for plugging my project in the comments of this article
Really appreciate it!
Hi,thanks for following my preject!
Thanks for following me!
Hello from Stuttgart and thank you for following my #Home Smart Mesh project, if you have any recommendations on how it can more profit to the community that's welcome.
Thank you for following my #LiFePO4wered/Solar1 project Elliot!
Hey Elliot, thanks for following, I feel honored!
Hi Elliot! Thanks for stopping by and following my clock!Best wishes and servus to munich!
Thanks for following my project. https://hackaday.io/project/6273-1w-true-mppt. Maybe it'll see the light of day, someday (bad pun).
Thank you for following my project! https://hackaday.io/project/9330-solar-charge-controller-mppt-test-facility
Thanks for the links on your recent ESP8285 post, it drove a lot of traffic to my Tindie amd GitHub ESP8285 Development Board sites. Now if you could just do a post on my Dragonfly STM32L4, Arduino-programmable development board!
No problem! Awesome build.
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