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STM32F4 AmpLib: I2C Example, DS3231 Real Time Clock

GitHub Link So it turns out I2C was one of my pain points for a bit. One of my first interactions with a more complex serial communication besides SPI. However, I now have a working project using an I2C peripheral, namely … Continue reading

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STM32F4 AmpLib: SPI Example, Shift Register

This page will detail one usage of the stm32f4-amperture-periphlib SPI Library in order to drive a 74HC595 Shift Register using the STM32-NUCLEO-F401 board. Full Library Page Please click here to find the link and description of the Library package. To see a … Continue reading

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MSP430 Binary LED Clock: Code Log 1 — Keeping Time

For the full project logs, you could also see my project page on Hackaday.io, here. INITIAL SETUP First up, let’s set up the base environment and initialize the internal timer so that we can actually keep track of time on … Continue reading

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Building Our Own Power Supply, Part 1: Laying Down the Ground Rules

Alright, as long as I’m pretending to actually take care of this blog, let’s at least do something useful with it. Like a project build log! So, yes, I’m going to take on one of the standard first-timer projects, the … Continue reading

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So many random ideas…

Man, I’ve just got so many ideas for projects. Re-write my resume/CV in LaTeX instead of Word/LibreOffice Writer, accompanied with blog. PIC32MX “Launchpad-Like” Development Board, accompanied with build logs and reasoning Home-made bench top power supply + build logs/blog series … Continue reading

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Live Data Logging from the Silicon Labs Sensor Puck (Data collected via a BeagleBone Black)

It feels a little weird that I’m allowing you all to see the data of my personal bedroom, but hey, it all works. I’ll eventually do a full write-up, hopefully with fixed formatting so that my code is legible, and … Continue reading

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Capturing Temperature and Humidity Data from a Silicon Labs Sensor Puck on a BeagleBone Black.

Full Disclosure: Silicon Labs is a benefactor of a current project I am working on, and I was provided with a Sensor Puck for collecting ambient data. The Silicon Labs Sensor Puck is certainly a neat little piece of kit. … Continue reading

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EE445L Lab: Wireless Communication

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LM3S1968 Lab: Custom Tone Generation

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