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    Re: Programming RFM radio modules in Basic

    Hi R,
    That looks interesting thanks.

    I am only able to read BASIC, but I may be able to slowly decode your program, when I come to use the RFM69 (POSS SX1276?)

    C
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    Re: Programming RFM radio modules in Basic

    Hi,
    I don't have time at the moment to work on these type of modules, so I am using HC-12s which work fine, but perhaps not the distance.

    When I get time, I hope to get SX1278 modules working,...
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    Re: using the pwm's in pic18f2431-2331-4331-4431

    Hi,
    Finding this old thread may have answered some questions, I wanted to know, so thanks for it, especially Bruce.
    Cheers, Camerart.
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    Picbasic in Mplab

    Hi,
    Will Picbasic work in Mplab?
    Camerart
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    Re: Programming RFM radio modules in Basic

    Hi R,
    That will save me some time at least initially. As mentioned before I am starting with OOK. You dd ask me why I would, but I'm trying OOK first then FSK, then LoRa, as I gain experience.
    ...
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    Re: Programming RFM radio modules in Basic

    Hi R,
    I've now got a circuit, with in circuit programming, and have changed frequency using SPI:smile:

    I'm using RFM69 boards with 18F2431 PICs and was told they have SX1276 chips on them, by the...
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    Re: Programming RFM radio modules in Basic

    Hi Richard,
    Thanks most useful.
    C.
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    Re: Programming RFM radio modules in Basic

    Hi Richard,
    I have been using: http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/__27096__OrangeRx_Open_LRS_433MHz_9Ch_Receiver.html for a couple of years. They are programmed using a Chrome APP and have...
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    Re: Programming RFM radio modules in Basic

    Hi Richard,
    Next I've got to squeeze your code into my Oshonsoft simulator, should be fun:)
    I have to choose a future proof PIC. Apart from having an spi bus, are there any other considerations to...
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    Re: Programming RFM radio modules in Basic

    Hi Richard,
    I'm picking my way through the clues! And there don't seem many clues:)

    OK, so I need a circuit with the module plus a PIC for configuring them.

    It's something I want to do so I'll...
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    Programming RFM radio modules in Basic

    Hi,
    I would like to program RFM69W radio modules in BASIC and hope for some help please.
    Eventually the modules will be programmed using a PIC, but to start with I would like to 'talk' to them via...
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    Re: RF12 module need to convert some C to Basic

    Hi,
    Is this thread still open?
    I would like to ask questions
    Camerart
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    Re: RFM12 with picbasic_pro

    Hi All,
    I've just ordered some similar RFM modules, and hope to get them working. The code above looks good, and thanks.
    Camerart.
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    Re: Masking a number

    Hi R,

    It appears that I'm not good at English either:rolleyes:

    Thanks, I'll check the link.

    C.
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    Re: Masking a number

    Ok, thanks. C.
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    Re: Masking a number

    Hi Richard,

    I tried it in Oshonsoft, using a calculation where 1 then = 0.995. when a and b (both = 1) are tried, the variable keeps rounding up and down, so I'll have to find how to get over the...
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    Masking a number

    Hi,

    I'm programming a PIC in Oshonsoft basic, and have come across a problem.

    When using SINGLE as a variable. When two numbers as a variable should be equal. e,g, a=0 b=0 If a=b then turn on...
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    Re: Round the clock

    Hi,

    I just got a message from the other forum, helping me to get your code working in Oshonsoft: [Testing 'distance.15' in the program will not make any difference to the Dead band angle...
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    Re: Round the clock

    Hi Henrik,

    I can assure you that I'm not simply asking questions and waiting for help, as I am working hard at this end;)

    As I'm better at visual than pen and paper, I'm trying to get it to...
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    Re: Round the clock

    Hi Henrik,

    As mentioned my system has 3582 tick/rev, so is the 3580 in the last post correct?

    I don't think Oshonsoft supports negative values, but I'll check.

    Thanks, C.
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    Re: Round the clock

    Hi Henrik,

    My system is actually 0 to 3581, so 3582 ticks/circle. I used the 0 to 11 clock face to simplify my question, so actually 11 to 0 is similar to 3283 to 0.

    This is an interesting...
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    Re: Round the clock

    Hi Henrik
    Does this also work for 'IF ABS Distance > Deadband THEN' and 'IF ABS Distance < Deadband THEN' at the change from 11 to 0 and 0 to 11?
    C.
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    Re: Round the clock

    Thanks H, C
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    Re: Round the clock

    Hi H,

    Thank you, I will try it and let you know what happens. I'm a bit slow understanding code though:)

    Will you annotate where the DEADBAND is in your code please?

    C.
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    Re: Round the clock

    Hi I,

    My actual system uses 0 to 3581 steps, but that's complicating things:) This is why I used the clock analogy. And yes, it is 0 to 23:59, but again this is complicating things, as there are...
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