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j_picciri - Nov 7 2011
I'm not having any luck getting technical support from Netmedia.
I tried their on-line form a dozen times; it never accepted the submission.
I called the office in Tucson, ho...
Tom Becker - Jun 4 2011
> ... Where can I find them?
If you have installed the Basic-X documentation, you'll find a Compiler
Guide that describes the IDE. Compiling and downloading to the LCDX is ...
allynroe - Jan 30 2008
1. I'll use a transistor and resistor to control the relay. I had
the concept down and that is why I had the smaller realy driving the
larger relay. I guess ad...
"G. Kramer Herzog" - Nov 16 2007
Yes, ZBasic seems to have superceded the BX-24 in quality and
support. The support is excellent and the product has so much more
in features and clarity. I now have 8 ZXs com...
Rich Mays - Mar 6 2007
I am considering using a BX-35 for a project and I have a few questions.
First, from posts in this newgroups, it looks like to use more than 2
UART's you simply share COM3 bet...
Edward Ringel - Apr 10 2006
I am trying to have the BX-35 development board communicate with a
piece of hardware, a DSP board, via the serial port com1. I have
been unable to get the DSP board to receive ...
Edward Ringel - Apr 8 2006
Hoping to get some help which may be of interest to everyone. I want
to use a BX-35 to maintain two RS-232 ports. I have com3 working
without difficulty, talking to ...
"Westhoff, Thomas " - Apr 4 2006
You could just buy a ZX-24 from www.zbasic.net and you will have more ram. I just ported over a large application from the BX-35 to the ZX-44 just to get the additional ram. (also...
Edward Ringel - Apr 4 2006
I am new to BASICX although I've programmed on and off for quite a
while. I am trying to use the LCD+ to read a 4x4 keypad (home made). I
have made successful conta...
G. Kramer Herzog - Mar 9 2006
Well, my comments were quite some time ago.
The Ramsandwich is a board with 64K ram that connects to the BX-35,
NOT the BX-24 and requires a development board in order to do s...
Mike Perks - Dec 30 2005
> Unfortunately, more I/O pins quickly become necessary in larger
> projects. Then the full connectivity of the 64 pin AVR devices
> becomes necessa...
Mike Perks - Dec 15 2005
> i finnaly found the problem by looking in the errata area. mike perks
> has a schematic for a bx35 development board pin 4 on the netmedia
G. Kramer Herzog - Oct 17 2005
--- In basicx@basi..., "church_art" wrote:
> There was some discussion here on using 10K resistors instead of 100K
> resistors for connecting the ATN lin...
Don Kinzer - Sep 24 2005
--- In basicx@basi..., "bartcraytor" wrote:
> Seems like I recall the necessity of having to program a delay
> after incrementing or one of the other step...
G. Kramer Herzog - Sep 7 2005
I suppose that you have to determine one of three sources of the
Low power [your battery is going dead and the BX-24 drops the
voltage, then the battery tries ...
G. Kramer Herzog - Sep 2 2005
I have spent over $750USD on BasicX products and been working at
understanding them for over a year.
A lot has been said about how great the Basic X is [and it is a nice...
Mike Perks - Aug 29 2005
> Chris hasn't responded to a query yet, but it appears that the BX-24p T1
> pin (ATmega8535 processor pin 41) is available. It is used on the BX-24
> for ATN, but...
G. Kramer Herzog - Aug 26 2005
I have been working on a one-sided DIY printed circuit board for the
The goal is to provide a 'hobby board' that can be flexible enough to
provide use of all t...
G. Kramer Herzog - Aug 26 2005
> This group is about BasicX and not AVR. I suggest you ask your
> on the AVR-Chat group. The answer to your question doesn't make any
> difference, does it...
G. Kramer Herzog - Aug 20 2005
> The question is how can a non-BasicX device talk to a BX-01? Each end
> needs to use the same CRC algorithm. So what are the details of the
> BX-01 algorithm - is i...
G. Kramer Herzog - Aug 11 2005
I think it really depends on the kind of networking you want to do.
You can do all that and more by using a BX-35 and a BX-01 or two
The BX-01 support...
G. Kramer Herzog - Aug 11 2005
I don't have a web page, so this is the only place that you will see
The RAMsandwich is a bit more than RAM. It is an LCD interface, has
4 buttons, a...
Mike Perks - Aug 5 2005
I have a circuit and stripboard layout that allows me to plug a BX-24
into a BX-35 socket. Obviously you don't get all of the BX-35
functionality as there are les...
Ed - Aug 5 2005
I have been doing some circuits with the BX-35 chip and one day I
noticed that the onboard programmer I use (the suggested bx35 hookup
schematic) didn't work well. M...
#...@!%! Herzog - Aug 3 2005
Is it possible to juggle the jumpers so that you have two processors, a
BX-24 and a BX-01 or BX-35 running on the board at the same time and
possibly using a RS-232 port t...
Tom Becker - Jul 29 2005
> ... Replying to your own messages is either a sign of insanity...
Only if you disagree, you'd agree, yes?
I think you're probably correct; the LCDX seems to be aime...
Justin - Jul 28 2005
Hey, I'm making a synth with a bx-35 and am using a MAX3110 as the
MIDI uart. And am using this schematic:
Mike Perks - Jul 8 2005
Tom Becker wrote:
> > Is the only solution to switch out the other CS lines at boot time?
> Please explain the mechanism you think causes this problem. I haven't
Justin - Jun 2 2005
I'm trying to make a drum trigger to MIDI converter with a BX-35. In
order to communicate at MIDI's baud rate of 31,250 I was thinking
about either using the normal 7.3728Mh...
mrrmckenzie - May 30 2005
--- In basicx@basi..., "tombhandley" wrote:
> neil, I'm still 'baffled'. Do you know why this works? Thanks,
> - Tom
> --- In basicx@basi..., Neil...
mrrmckenzie - May 17 2005
Just bought my first BX-35 and am just a bit overwhelmed. I have seen
posts referring to using 64k EEPROMS but don't seem to be able to
assemble all the details I need to ...
Art Church - May 5 2005
Do I need to have a low voltage reset chip for the BX-35 ?
I dont see one in the suggested hookup but it just show VCC
Kevin - Apr 22 2005
On Fri, Apr 22, 2005 at 03:12:09PM -0500, Mike Perks wrote:
> May be I just a little cranky today but doesn't anyone do a little
> research before asking ques...
Mike Perks - Apr 15 2005
Tom Becker wrote:
> > ... the "Chip Dialog" to configure your I/O ports...
> > ... port/pin configuration  using PutPin()...
> I'd hoped these served different pu...
Pete Markiewicz - Apr 5 2005
I just replaced my Basicx-01 chip with a BX-35 chip on the development
board - I got tired of fighting the parallel port problem. Now, I have
Art Church - Apr 4 2005
I see someone used a FM25W256-S as replacement for the eeprom and it worked fine. I can't see that number on the Ramtron site. I assume the FM25640 would do ?? I would like to u...
Mike Perks - Mar 24 2005
I too have been experimenting lately.
I have definitely tied down IP and found that it lives in the Y
register. Also the SP, BP, and IP do not get upd...
Pete Markiewicz - Mar 22 2005
Thanks for the reply. Yes, I have no problem with the compile.
During the download for the BX-01 I deliberately tried setting the
EEPROM to three possibilities...
cloxwerx - Mar 21 2005
In an experiment that parallels an answer to your question I have
used a Ramtron FRAM (FM25W256-S) as the sole program storage EEPROM
with a BasicX-3...
joehanu - Mar 17 2005
I'd like to use the BX_OEM Downloader from the Files section (ver
2.0 Beta 3)to download to a BX-35 but can't get it to switch
processor type from BX-24 to BX-...