Monthly Archives: August 2010

Kosh Module: Update 2

CAN is now transmitting on a default SID 0x7FF. Got it working from the CAN Lib posted by BobTheBass on EDAboard. Since my CAN Transceiver(SN65HVD251) was 5V so I am struggling now to make this into 3.3V again for ease of … Continue reading

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Kosh Module: Update

Today I was able to make some more progress. The SD card interface is now operational. Firmware is capable of Write to the 1GB Micro SD card. Also the UART interface is working at 57600 BAUD with the Internal CPU … Continue reading

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WAVE sound File in PCM Format: Long Lost treasure Hunt

I had always wanted to play and decode the WAVE file properly. I had little success on this using the Microchip’s MDD File System in my Project L.A.T.H.I. Recently I came across a wonder full article and am publishing the … Continue reading

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Kosh Module: Long Due Update for VSCP and Friends

I had taken up a small project from the VSCP Pool. For thoes who dont know about this wonder full project VSCP stands for Very Simple Control Protocol. I started a becoming a member of the developer group in March,2009 … Continue reading

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New Chip Calculates with Probabilities in Hardware

Lyric’s Error Correction Chip for Flash Memory Lyric Semiconductor Most people with even the most fundamental knowledge of how computer chips work are familiar with binary logic — the system of ones and zeros that enable modern computing to occur … Continue reading

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Samay1: Digital Time Keeper using MSP430

Its been long since I wanted to have a countdown timer. This finds use in many of the daily activities such as warming the water with a fixed timeout or boiling the milk or soaking the white cloths and the … Continue reading

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TI’s Flying Mouse – A Chronos Miracle

I came across an innovative application of Wireless, Accelerometer and Microcontrollers. Its called the TI’s Flying Mouse. http://www.youtube-nocookie.com/v/TDL3JRG_zrs&hl=en_US&fs=1?border=1 This is built around the Chronos Ez430 RF Development kit. This basically is a 868MHz/915MHz RF band link with the CC430 based … Continue reading

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