Rockbox mail archiveSubject: AW: AW: AW: AW: AW: AW: Still Problems with AJB Remote
AW: AW: AW: AW: AW: AW: Still Problems with AJB Remote
From: Matthias Klumpp <Matthias.Klumpp_at_gmx.de>
Date: Thu, 15 Jul 2004 20:25:38 +0200
# -----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
# I meant to say I was doing in-brain circuit simulation with standard
# 1N4148, but perhaps wasn't very clear :-)
Cool software - may I have a demo of it :-0)))))))
# > You are wrong - still NO holidays in Germany ;-)))
# > Even so it's already a little bit late here and forthermore
# after a hard
# > days work....
# > maybe therefore ?
# Hehe... again I probably was unclear... I meant that _I_ had
You lucky man.....but I'll go to one of the best brazil partys tomorrow ;-))
# That voltage divider thingy is probably cool too.
# Maybe the best and fastest way to correctly simulate is just take 5V, a
# multimeter, a diode and two resistors :-)
# And the one Steve Russel describes seems dirt cheap, so why not... the
# would be a decent, small enough box to put the buttons and PIC in and not
# to be too big. Is your design better? ;-)
I don't see a real functional difference.
As I know:
Steve's is a PIC based in ASM, mine is Atmel in C.
He did it with a SW UART, I'm using the HW UART.
Mine has a essential disadvantage if you want to connect it to a Recorder:
It's NOT working, but works fine with the double OC npn driver on my Studio
Received on 2004-07-15