ANN: New ARM Cortex-M3 in Arduino format

Started by Tim in comp.arch.embedded9 years ago 4 replies

We have developed a board which has an ARM Cortex-M3 micro in the Arduino format. This is definitely not an official board, and by using a...

We have developed a board which has an ARM Cortex-M3 micro in the Arduino format. This is definitely not an official board, and by using a 72MHz 32-bit processor with 512KByte of Flash we guaranteed there would be a few changes from the 10MHz Atmel ATmega168 in the Arduino... But we tried to keep as close as possible to the Arduino spirit. At least the connectors are in the same places ...


YAMI4 on Arduino Uno

Started by Anonymous in comp.arch.embedded3 years ago 2 replies

I am pleased to announce that the YAMI4 project was extended to cover also the...

I am pleased to announce that the YAMI4 project was extended to cover also the Arduino platform: http://inspirel.com/yami4/arduino_uno.html YAMI4 is an open-source set of libraries for building distributed systems and this new package makes it very easy to communicate with Arduino-based devices. The embedded video demonstrates the most basic concepts. -- Maciej Sobczak * http://www.ins...


Arduino users?

Started by Ed Prochak in comp.arch.embedded4 years ago 30 replies

Just wondering what folks thought about the Arduino platform. Any users here? It looks like a simple easy to use platform. Anyone care to...

Just wondering what folks thought about the Arduino platform. Any users here? It looks like a simple easy to use platform. Anyone care to share experience with this in an embedded system. Ed Prochak


ARM SBC in arduino form factor?

Started by Roberto Waltman in comp.arch.embedded7 years ago 11 replies

For a couple of one of a kind projects, I would like to use an ARM controller in a board that could accept (at least some of the)...

For a couple of one of a kind projects, I would like to use an ARM controller in a board that could accept (at least some of the) Arduino shields. So far I found the Xduino (status dubious) and the Cortino ( http://www.bugblat.com/products/cor.html ) Can anybody point to others? Thanks, -- Roberto Waltman


A $5 Arduino?!!

Started by Anonymous Remailer (austria) in comp.arch.embedded4 years ago 3 replies

http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/iteaduino-lite-most-inexpensive-full-sized-arduino-derivative- board At first I was presently surprised...

http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/iteaduino-lite-most-inexpensive-full-sized-arduino-derivative- board At first I was presently surprised but after a while I started to wonder. Knowing that the cheapest AVR device costs about $3-$5 I started to investigate how they could build a complete board with MPU for $5 including shipping. It turns out the Chinese have CLONED the Atmel AVR process


Image Processing and send data to the web server

Started by lanshanbob in comp.arch.embedded5 years ago 6 replies

Hi, I am doing my final year project. The basic idea is to capture some image, process it on my embedded system, and send the result to web...

Hi, I am doing my final year project. The basic idea is to capture some image, process it on my embedded system, and send the result to web server so that it can be shown on the website or smartphone. I have two questions: 1. is CMUcam + arduino a good pair to do the image processing? Any other better solution? 2. How to transfer my result from arduino(or other microcontroller board) to web s...


Memory allocation with gcc on AVR (Arduino)

Started by bitrex in comp.arch.embedded1 year ago 4 replies

So the Arduino environment has the following template code when you start up a new project: void setup() { //code to be run at...

So the Arduino environment has the following template code when you start up a new project: void setup() { //code to be run at startup } void loop() { //run forever } Suppose I define a class at the top of my "sketch" like so: struct Foo { void do_it() { return 1; } }; I then try to create a "global" instance of the class outside the "setup" section: Foo foo; This co...


Ada on ARM Cortex-M - tutorial

Started by Anonymous in comp.arch.embedded2 years ago 3 replies

I'm pleased to announce that the tutorial titled "Ada and SPARK on ARM Cortex-M" got its...

I'm pleased to announce that the tutorial titled "Ada and SPARK on ARM Cortex-M" got its second edition: http://inspirel.com/articles/Ada_On_Cortex.html The tutorial was extended and now targets four popular development boards: - Arduino M0 (or Genuino Zero) - Arduino Due - STM32 Nucleo-32 (with F0 chip) - STM32 Nucleo-144 (with F7 chip) The tutorial explains how to write Ada/SPARK ...


PIC32 to Arduino Shield.

Started by Don McKenzie in comp.arch.embedded6 years ago 8 replies

Interested in interfacing the PIC32MX695F512H-80I/PT to the Arduino shield. Can someone point me at some existing...

Interested in interfacing the PIC32MX695F512H-80I/PT to the Arduino shield. Can someone point me at some existing schematics? Thanks, Cheers Don... -- Don McKenzie Dontronics Blog: http://www.GodzillaSeaMonkey.com Dontronics Site Map: http://www.dontronics.com/sitemap E-Mail Contact Page: http://www.dontronics.com/email Web Camera Page: http://www.dontronics.com/web...


Arduino shields

Started by jcentinc in comp.arch.embedded3 years ago 1 reply

Hi; Wondering if anyone knows if all shields are interchangeable between UNO and Due...

Hi; Wondering if anyone knows if all shields are interchangeable between UNO and Due systems. --------------------------------------- Posted through http://www.EmbeddedRelated.com


start whit micro

Started by Silvanononvalevoleciccioli in comp.arch.embedded5 years ago 21 replies

hi I want to start with the micro, can you suggest some things I think to arduino uno starter kit It's a good idea or not thanks and bye

hi I want to start with the micro, can you suggest some things I think to arduino uno starter kit It's a good idea or not thanks and bye


Motor Control with Bluetooth Low Energy

Started by jxabby in comp.arch.embedded3 years ago 4 replies

Hi, I want to control a small DC motor for a toy I am building, but I'm having trouble finding the right chipset because there's so many...

Hi, I want to control a small DC motor for a toy I am building, but I'm having trouble finding the right chipset because there's so many companies selling ble right now. I don'tw ant to do Arduino because it's a bit slow. I'm ok with ARM, but does anyone have experience with this or know of any circuit and information for controlling motor using BLE? Thanks ------------------------------...


Arduino APIs, performance, and C++ templates (long)

Started by Clifford Heath in comp.arch.embedded1 year ago 13 replies

Folk, I'm doing a little project, my first with Arduinos. I had assumed that the choice to use C++ meant that the APIs would be fancy...

Folk, I'm doing a little project, my first with Arduinos. I had assumed that the choice to use C++ meant that the APIs would be fancy object-oriented APIs that generate inline assembly code for performance. I normally do more bare-metal stuff, including building C++ APIs for the peripherals of the MC68HC11 more than a decade ago, so I was keen to see what can be achieve using more modern ...


noob Q: Arduino Port C analog v digital

Started by Randy Day in comp.arch.embedded2 years ago 2 replies

I can't find any clear info on this, hence the question: PortC on the Pro Mini is described as the 'Analog inputs' A0-A5. Do they operate...

I can't find any clear info on this, hence the question: PortC on the Pro Mini is described as the 'Analog inputs' A0-A5. Do they operate as digital inputs if I use digitalRead() or read PINC? Or are they pre-configured as analog, and only respond to analogRead()? I could use a couple more digital inputs, and I'm wondering about any conflicts to watch out for. --- news://fre...


Beagle Low Cost Cases

Started by rickman in comp.arch.embedded6 years ago 3 replies

I was looking at some of the popular project boards and cases for them. I see Arduino has boxes as cheap as $13 while the only case I can find...

I was looking at some of the popular project boards and cases for them. I see Arduino has boxes as cheap as $13 while the only case I can find for the Beagle boards is $30. I think the Beagle line is more of what I am looking for. I'd like to find something a bit cheaper though. Anyone know of other cases for the Beagle boards, especially the Beaglebone? Rick


How can I measure execution time and memory usage of C implemented libraries?

Started by davidbp.13 in comp.arch.embedded2 years ago 2 replies

Hello. I have the task of evaluate functions of C implemented libraries that will run on embedded systems. Those libraries are implemented in...

Hello. I have the task of evaluate functions of C implemented libraries that will run on embedded systems. Those libraries are implemented in .h files and then included in implementations. I was given a FFT library implemented in C that was meant to run on Arduino. In the readme file of the library there are two charts measuring execution time, RAM and FLASH usage of each of the functions t...