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    Re: Programming RFM radio modules in Basic

    That is what i meant :D
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    Re: Programming RFM radio modules in Basic

    Now a small step, in the code is to add the DIO0 pin from RFM69HCW to PIC18F26K22.

    As i read from the net, that pin is the:

    Received data ready interrupt signal from RFM69HCW to...
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    Re: Programming RFM radio modules in Basic

    My knowledge and time not helping my self to quickly develop a simple LED to light from one end of RFM69hcw to the other.

    But i will keep reading and studding all the information needed to...
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    Re: Programming RFM radio modules in Basic

    Hi Richard, thanks for replying again. I understand you have more important things to do than to explain to me the basics.

    Regarding the comments on the program, i leave them there for me. Sorry...
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    Re: Programming RFM radio modules in Basic

    I know that most of you, do not have in mind that many of us, need to read the basics. For example, for me i need to read the SPI protocol, and the corresponding Data sheet of the PIC, in order to...
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    Re: Programming RFM radio modules in Basic

    Perfect thanks for the explanation. It is clear.
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    Re: Programming RFM radio modules in Basic

    Richard why do we need to 5th connection? i See there is a DIO pin.

    EDIT POST: ok found that here:
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    Re: Programming RFM radio modules in Basic

    I'm confused about the SPI connection.

    In the manual of the PIC18F26K22 this is how do they have it Master and Slave.

    The MOSI from Master goes to MISO on slave and the MISO from master goes...
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    Re: Programming RFM radio modules in Basic

    Hi Richard and Ioannis, sorry for the bad quality of the picture.

    Connections i believe are ok. But two wires werent visible on the first pic.

    Capacitors are 22p and crystal is at 16Mhz. This...
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    Re: Programming RFM radio modules in Basic

    I did the simplest configuration connection between the PIC and the RFM69HCW.

    Both of the boards are exactly the same. One will be the TX and the other will be the RX.

    Still in a very early...
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    Re: Programming RFM radio modules in Basic

    yes i have noticed. I will use the trusted 18F26K22 you have suggested for my project last time. :D

    Is there any quick way to check whether the RFM module is powered up? Like to send a signal from...
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    Re: Programming RFM radio modules in Basic

    i have a pair of the Adafruit RFM69HCW Transceiver Radio Breakout - 433 MHz, in which there is a voltage regulator and level shifter, so the voltage range is 3-5 volts.
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    Re: Programming RFM radio modules in Basic

    Hi Richard,

    for the schematic i think i'm ok. I can handle it. I keep saying because i know my self, that first i need to understand the basics. Even if you think that is too basic to read about...
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    Re: Programming RFM radio modules in Basic

    I will give the module a try. I need first, to understand how to use the SPI interface.

    I'm reading now the 4 pin interface and 3 pin interface.

    1. 4pin interface requires all MOSI, MISO,...
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    Re: Programming RFM radio modules in Basic

    Hi camerart,

    thanks for your help. But i dont think i can do anything with those modules, as i understand are not for me and my knowledge are limited.

    thanks anyway.
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    Re: Goodbye

    The book of DT's , i think it is also a part of your wonderful job. It looks like a STAR in the darkness.

    But comparing those examples to ARDUINO expanded libraries, which every day there is an...
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    Re: Goodbye

    You all miss the real point.

    PBP is dying not because there is no interest from the people, but because of major personalities left. Those personalities were helping in here with coding, examples...
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    Re: Programming RFM radio modules in Basic

    i understand. It is not as easy as it looks like. Absolutely it is not for me. I might have to look other solutions to transfer the GPS data from one side to an other.

    I thought that it wouldnt...
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    Re: Programming RFM radio modules in Basic

    Im trying to figure out for most of the threads why RFM69s and LORA RFM 9x are so difficult to handle.

    Technology goes to plug and play modules, and those shouldnt be an exception. You should use...
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    Re: NeoPixel (WS2812B) Demo

    this is the addition to the main:


    serin2 rfid,84,[WAIT($02),str BUF\10]

    Check_List:
    FOR tagNum = 1 to 3 ' scan through known tags
    FOR idx = 0 TO...
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    Re: NeoPixel (WS2812B) Demo

    Many years ago, i did a simple RFID reader program.

    What it does is to read the RFID tag and if the ID number is stored in the PIC's ram, then it will make a port high.

    That is the whole...
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    Re: NeoPixel (WS2812B) Demo

    May i ask something?

    Could i use all this code as a secondary code?

    I'm thinking to use it only as an effect when the PIC is powered up, the RGB led ring to do its pattern.

    But the main...
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    Re: MRF90XAM9A interfacing help

    After all that, i have the simplest question.

    Why after all these years, PBP havent improve itself with a newer and more competitive version? Then Everyone could buy the compiler with no thought....
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    Re: MRF90XAM9A interfacing help

    Many people told me to stay away from arduino.

    So you are saying that in pic environment will never happen something like this, because of its complexity. People do not bother to learn and...
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    Re: NeoPixel (WS2812B) Demo

    I used 4Mhz crystal to 4xPLL and it worked. I couldnt see in the datasheet of the PIC18F26K22 any 20Mhz configuration.

    The code is really good. thanks the Author: Michel Jasmin
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