Search:

Type: Posts; User: khoog; Keyword(s):

Page 1 of 2 1 2

Search: Search took 0.00 seconds.

  1. Thread: Goodbye

    by khoog
    Replies
    62
    Views
    10,091

    Re: Goodbye

    We use Arduino as a tool to quickly check out sensors and other components. It's great for making blinky lights, but it's terrible for learning embedded systems programming. All you're doing is...
  2. Replies
    8
    Views
    3,987

    Re: Dead links and obsolete threads

    Maybe they could all go to a forum labeled Memory Lane. I've always wondered what happened to Melanie (anybody know?), and it's great to get occasional updates about Mister E.
  3. Replies
    10
    Views
    3,203

    Re: need a pic basic program

    And how much will you pay the first person who does this work for you?
  4. Replies
    9
    Views
    2,603

    Re: Weird problem with Debugin

    You beat me to it Henrik.

    www.saleae.com
  5. Replies
    14
    Views
    4,311

    Re: (Engineering) Career advise from the Gurus

    You may be looking in the wrong place. Many people on this site are hobbyists. Others are self-taught and come to the field through their own curiosity, not through academia. Only a very few would be...
  6. Replies
    1
    Views
    1,524

    Re: Kudos to Saleae for service

    Saleae makes a fantastic product. Not surprised that their customer service is excellent as well.
  7. Replies
    29
    Views
    10,095

    Re: Bring it to Market, But HOW ?

    How does the song go?

    "Most people just sit on their butts,
    They've got the dream but not the guts"

    Hate to be the one to burst your bubble, Joe, but ideas and inventions are a dime a dozen....
  8. Thread: FineLineIDE

    by khoog
    Replies
    187
    Views
    79,066

    I'd like to try it out. Where can I download?

    I'd like to try it out.

    Where can I download?
  9. Thread: FineLineIDE

    by khoog
    Replies
    187
    Views
    79,066

    Looks great! How soon? How much?

    Looks great!

    How soon?

    How much?
  10. Replies
    30
    Views
    16,339

    Current limiting resistors limit current draw,...

    Current limiting resistors limit current draw, not voltage. You will need the resistors.
  11. Replies
    15
    Views
    5,504

    Have you disabled the watchdog timer?

    Have you disabled the watchdog timer?
  12. Replies
    1
    Views
    2,783

    Hex to Ascii to Decimal

    I'm using serin and serout to communicate with a graphics module. Everything is working fine, but I can't figure out how to convert the incoming data to something useable (killed too many brain...
  13. Replies
    36
    Views
    40,434

    I used EzPCB (www.ezpcb.com) last year. They made...

    I used EzPCB (www.ezpcb.com) last year. They made 10 boards for me. Excellent quality and great service at about half the cost of local board shops.

    I believe they have a quoting calculator on...
  14. Thread: New PBP 2.50?

    by khoog
    Replies
    19
    Views
    7,423

    I've got a whole stack of manuals, and they all...

    I've got a whole stack of manuals, and they all look alike. I really need to take a Sharpie and write the version number on the covers.

    Maybe someday Jeff will be able to afford the ink to print...
  15. Replies
    24
    Views
    36,072

    Sticky: Thanks again Darrel. That's almost too slick to...

    Thanks again Darrel. That's almost too slick to be true. When you start throwing around those "@" signs it becomes a little mystical for me.

    I will try it and let you know.
  16. Replies
    24
    Views
    36,072

    Sticky: Thanks Darrel, Your example will put the low...

    Thanks Darrel,

    Your example will put the low byte into the array. How do I get the high byte in?

    MyByteArray VAR BYTE[10]
    MyWord.byte0 VAR MyByteArray[3]

    or

    MyByteArray VAR BYTE[10]
  17. Replies
    24
    Views
    36,072

    Sticky: words into byte array

    Found this interesting bit of ancient history. It covers all the options except the one I'm looking for. I need to put some words into a byte array.

    settings VAR byte[1]

    counter1.byte1 VAR...
  18. Replies
    9
    Views
    3,544

    Hi Nick, I used the SETPLAY command...

    Hi Nick,

    I used the SETPLAY command (%11100000) instead of PLAY (%11110000). It went something like this:

    CmdPlay VAR WORD
    CmdPwrUp CON %0010000

    SHIFTOUT MOSI, SCLK, 0, [CmdPwrUp\8]
    HIGH...
  19. Replies
    2
    Views
    2,136

    Thanks Paul. It always irritates me when...

    Thanks Paul.

    It always irritates me when someone posts a question that has been covered several times before, and now I've gone and done that exact same thing. Sorry.

    Maybe this thread will be...
  20. Replies
    2
    Views
    2,136

    Mplab 7.40/MPASM 5.03 config

    I just updated to Mplab 7.40 and MPASM 5.03.

    When compiling a known good file I get three warning messages-

    "Warning[230] c\pbp\18f8490.inc 20:__CONFIG has been deprecated for PIC18 devices....
  21. Robert, Microchip sells a complete demo board,...

    Robert, Microchip sells a complete demo board, PicDem2 Plus, bundled with an ICD2 programmer. I don't know what your budget is, but I think this is the way to go. Trying to build up your own circuits...
  22. Thread: P18f8490

    by khoog
    Replies
    3
    Views
    1,355

    This code should turn on all lcd segments for one...

    This code should turn on all lcd segments for one second and then turn them off etc. You must compile with PBP 2.46 for this to work.

    code:
    ...
  23. Thread: 3v Lcd

    by khoog
    Replies
    9
    Views
    6,999

    Thank you for your replies. I have found a...

    Thank you for your replies.

    I have found a Vishay part: LCD-016M002L that may do the job.

    I like the idea of a cell phone type graphic lcd.

    Need to find a generic version- all I could find...
  24. Thread: 3v Lcd

    by khoog
    Replies
    9
    Views
    6,999

    3v Lcd

    Does anyone know of a 3V, 2X16 LCD module (with backlight)?

    Regards,
    Klaus
  25. Thread: Pulse Out

    by khoog
    Replies
    5
    Views
    1,946

    Finally had time to run some quick experiments. ...

    Finally had time to run some quick experiments.

    Option #1 added 14 bytes

    Option #2 added 10 bytes

    and Option #3 added a healthy 100 bytes to my code.

    Looks like you were right Steve, but...
Results 1 to 25 of 36
Page 1 of 2 1 2