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Member Since 11 Aug 2010
Offline Last Active Aug 24 2010 01:09 PM

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In Topic: Power... Math power!

22 August 2010 - 02:22 PM

I needed to calculate arctan for a project I am working and that is not automatically available in the microframework so I found this http://www.microfram...-with-full-net/ which worked beautifully.

Here is the math library class file. http://www.microfram.../file/exMath.cs

Works great! Many thanks!

In Topic: Timing measurements

20 August 2010 - 11:24 AM

Another interesting fact is that you can compile the Netduino firmware as "RTM" instead of "Release"...and it'll strip out the Visual Studio hooks and debugger code. Then your code will run even faster. But this usually designed for production devices--not for deploy/debug scenarios.

Thanks for contributing the decoder, phil.

How would you do this?!

In Topic: EEPROM

14 August 2010 - 05:41 PM

yes, eeproom "driver" code would be nice, even though sd car gives more memory it feels easier easier and much cheaper to just throw in a small memory straight on the projects board on ..

In Topic: Analog I/O

11 August 2010 - 07:54 PM

Thanks Chris That was interesting info. I have already seen that you given some tips for how to transform the netduino for native programing in the latest patch uppdate info. My programmings skill are still far away but i guess it will not take long until some users pull this one off. I do see a future using two units where one is doing realtime calculations and aqusition and the second unit is running the .net framework for some higher level programing, maybe this board layout will come with time to! :-) I have my unit still with the post, but if not someone else does it, i will run some simple code to test the read/write speeds of the i/o ports with a oscilloscope.

In Topic: LCD interface

11 August 2010 - 07:46 AM

An option would be to use some kind logic gate optocoupler or fet, or would it even be possible to use an pull up resistor? It said in the spec that the i/o ports can handle up to 5v? Would be nice to be able to use the old hardware 5v stuff... :-)

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