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Arduino group meeting

There's a big community for Arduino (embedded electronics in general) within Nova Makers. This group meeting is for those people with projects and questions. If you're experienced with Arduino, come over too - we need answers to all the questions.

Bring your arduino projects (in any state, even napkin sketches). We can do anything from learning where to start - to talking about arudino specifics. The agenda is up to you.

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  • A former member
    A former member

    Last minute work schedule conflict. One question. I have found some example for my Arduino to generate boxwave, is there anyway I can see the output?

    March 4, 2013

    • wayne m.

      Not I - Sang needs it. Some how the one post got clipped. Theres a company called SEEEDstudios that makes small, pocket sized scopes called DSO Nano. they go up to about 200kHz. just google "DSO Nano". About $90, the size of an Iphone.

      March 5, 2013

    • wayne m.

      I have the original version of the DSO Nano I use it at my desk so for dev of Arduino/atmel stuff. I have about 10 scopes from older tektronics to newer Rigols. Just google my name - first link should be portfolio. I've be developing hardware since the late 1970's - over the years you collect a lot of stuff.

      March 5, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    Trying to monitor 20Khz to 40Khz.

    March 5, 2013

  • wayne m.

    BTW - there's a great free program for setting/reading fuses (you'll need an ISP or JTAG tho)
    http://avr8-burn-o-mat.aaabbb.de/avr8_burn_o_mat_avrdude_gui_en.html

    It's basically a GUI for AVRdude (what Arduino uses) just need to target the \hardware\tools\avr\bin\ for avrdude and the conf in hardware\tools\avr\etc\

    Great if you're fabbing PCB's with digikey or mouser purchased raw 328'2/2560's or if you blow out your fuse settings.

    March 5, 2013

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