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  2. Hi @litos97 i have facing same issue, i am getting 10feet distance but i don't know how to increase the distance... if you any way to achieve high distance kindly let me know.. regards kannan
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  4. What's up ? Yeah I been out of the game for 5 years. DEC of 2017 ended my last paid gig as an embedded developer /system architect for LEDs4Sports out of Florida. Worked a remote 1 year contract, on a beaglebone hardware based project( NDA ). Once the contract ended my best friend from high school heard about it, called me up, and asked me if I wanted to hang out a bit, AND he had been living on Maui for the last 25 ish years . . . Spent two years on Maui soaking it all in, before rolling back into the mainland in 2020. Wasn't really interested into getting back into the trade until now. The
  5. Forget the Arduino IDE! I would recommend using Visual Studio Code with the C/C++, Arduino and Cortex-Debug extensions. The Raspberry Pi Pico acting as programmer-debugger is called Picoprobe. It also features redirection of the Serial1 port. The installation process is detailed at the earlephilhower/arduino-pico page. You may need to build OpenOCD with specific options. It is easy and works fine. Debugging is performed from Visual Studio Code. Obviously, you can use manual command-line GDB and OpenOCD. The only caveat is Serial1 should be used instead of Serial to print to the
  6. That's great! I bought a 2nd one expressedly for that purpose although I haven't used it yet (don't have my soldering equipment out of storage yet so the debug header isn't mounted yet). Do you have any links or guides on how to use this with Arduino? (does it come with GDB and is there a GUI or is it all CLI driven GDB usage?)
  7. At USD4 apiece, you can use the second Raspberry Pi Pico as a programmer-debugger. It works really well!
  8. I'll admit I'm a little embarrassed that I didn't look into other offerings, like the Feather. Probably would've skipped the Pico. Alas, I have 2 of them now so might as well proceed with what I have. edit: Although, I see the Feather doesn't have castellated pins like the Pico and knockoffs do, so that's a factor. Maybe not though. Soldering castellated pins means you can't use the board space under the Pico for SMD parts, while through-hole gives you a small amount of clearance for some low-profile SMD parts.
  9. Thank you for the pointer to the Challenger RP2040. It is nice to see the designers refrained from reinventing the wheel and took the Feather form-factor. Same for the LTE (SARA-R410M) or the WiFi radio (ESP8265). The Raspberry Pi Pico RP2040 is a very good board and I strongly recommend the Earle Philower's Pico core for Arduino over the official Arduino mbed-based implementation. There is a whole eco-system built around the Raspberry Pi Pico with many interesting kits. Let's me mention the E-Paper Display Pico Kit (EPDK), an all-in-one e-paper kit from Pervasive Displays.
  10. I'm also aware of this: https://www.tindie.com/products/invector/challenger-rp2040-lte/ RP2040 board with 4G LTE, that would be so nice. I am going to try to make WiFi work for me for now though. Key here is to have public wifi access points programmed in so it can "opportunistically" check in while on the go, if possible. Otherwise just having it attach to my home wifi, which is on the opposite side of the basement wall from the driveway, is great for me.
  11. For those following along, here's a few good links to bookmark: RP2040 Datasheet: https://datasheets.raspberrypi.com/rp2040/rp2040-datasheet.pdf Pico datasheet (the board): https://datasheets.raspberrypi.com/pico/pico-datasheet.pdf RP2040 Hardware Design recs: https://datasheets.raspberrypi.com/rp2040/hardware-design-with-rp2040.pdf Pico Pinout diagram: https://datasheets.raspberrypi.com/pico/Pico-R3-A4-Pinout.pdf Earle Philower's Pico core for Arduino: https://github.com/earlephilhower/arduino-pico Documentation for Earle's Pico core: https://arduino-pico.
  12. Previously I indicated I was going to hunker down with a nice warm cup of MSP430FR2433, and I still love that chip & will keep it in reserve for future "small" projects, but it turns out I have a big project I need to tackle soon, particularly jarring since I'm not "in the zone" with MCU development & electronics, if you know what I mean. I've heard somewhere around February 2022, AT&T is shutting down its 3G cell network in the USA - https://www.att.com/support/article/wireless/KM1324171/ Unfortunately many "connected" vehicles built in the past 10 years depend on 3G for
  13. @stenkiste I spent the entire day fighting with this and after many, many attempts and hours of frustration I finally got the system working. Note: I am working with an MSP-EXP430F5529LP and am running energia-1.8.10E23. Given how the day has gone, I can't offer any guarantees that my "solution" will work for you. Ulitmately the steps that worked: 1: Via the disturbingly buggy board manager update to version 1.0.7 for the built-in boards (mine was on 1.0.6), which I believe applies to your board too. 2. Make sure Energia is using the right "platform.txt" file. I found that there
  14. this project is really impressive! thanks a lot for sharing it.
  15. Hello My english is very bad, but i need somme help. i was using energia 1.8.7E21 and the launchpad EXP430G2ET for upload small sketch. After change my PC I load the same drivers and the same rev of energia and the upload does not works. I receive this message :"cannot run programm (runtime.tools.delite-9.2.0.173-el-path /DebugServer/bin/DSLite : createProcess error 2" Sorry for my english bur i really need help. Thank you for your answer.
  16. Hello, I can work with you to figure out a solution. I think what may be required is to bring the Energia MSP432 board support into the Arduino IDE as a workaround. You can also use Energia inside of Code Composer Studio which should work with your version of MacOS
  17. Thank you! My apologies about posting three different times. It seems the post was going through but I wasn’t getting rerouted to the forum afterwards.
  18. I've merged the question posted in three different topics into one single thread. As a teacher, you may reach the Texas Instruments University Program to get some help. I have rerouted your question to some contacts I know so they can post an answer.
  19. Hi everyone. I just wanted to see if Energia is still in active development. The last release was 19 months ago and I’m running into issues. I can’t run the pre-compiled binary from the website (running macOS 11 Big Sur) and the build files try to download arm tools from either an inaccessible or nonexistent location (energia.nu/files/mac-arm-tools.zip). I haven’t given up trying to build from source, but it looks like it will take some doing if it is even possible. I’ve seen a post on GitHub and one here where the answer to running Energia on Big Sur is downgrading to Catalina. Unfo
  20. Hi everyone. I just wanted to see if Energia is still in active development. The last release was 19 months ago and I’m running into issues. I can’t run the pre-compiled binary from the website (running macOS 11 Big Sur) and the build files try to download arm tools from either an inaccessible or nonexistent location (energia.nu/files/mac-arm-tools.zip). I haven’t given up trying to build from source, but it looks like it will take some doing if it is even possible. I’ve seen a post on GitHub and one here where the answer to running Energia on Big Sur is downgrading to Catalina. Unfo
  21. Hi everyone. I just wanted to see if Energia is still in active development. The last release was 19 months ago and I’m running into issues. I can’t run the pre-compiled binary from the website (running macOS 11 Big Sur) and the build files try to download arm tools from either an inaccessible or nonexistent location (energia.nu/files/mac-arm-tools.zip). I haven’t given up trying to build from source, but it looks like it will take some doing if it is even possible. I’ve seen a post on GitHub and one here where the answer to running Energia on Big Sur is downgrading to Catalina. Unfo
  22. The release 0101E0010 is very old has relies on the old tool-chain. Go for the current release 1.8.10E23 with MSP430 boards package 1.0.7.
  23. THANKS FOR YOUR REPLY, but in this page said "New MSP430F5529 USB LaunchPad support. This one has a lot of flash (128k) and a lot of ram (8k)." what about another 64kb?In fact, having 131072 bytes is enough for me. Thanks!
  24. There are two tool-chains fro the MSP430: legacy with support up to 64 kB, hence the 48 kB limitation, new GCC-ELF by Mitto Systems with no limit on memory. I am using the latter with the MSP430FR5994 and it supports the 256 kB of FRAM.
  25. excuse me. why my F5529LP in /energia/hardware/msp430/boards.txt just has 48128 byte? can I rewrite the maximum_size into 131072 bytes like your boards.txt? or it is just suit for MSP-EXP430F5529 not the F5529 MCU?Thanks!
  26. Support for C2000 was removed after Energia 17. Please try with an older version of Energia or proceed with this procedure Install the LaunchPad C2000 boards.
  27. I wonder where I can find a list of all defined constants? When I look into the reference (https://energia.nu/reference/) I can only see the following: Constants Floating Point Constants Integer Constants HIGH | LOW INPUT | OUTPUT | INPUT_PULLUP LED_BUILTIN true | false But when I have a look at the examples (https://energia.nu/guide/tutorials/digital/tutorial_button/) I can find PUSH2, GREEN_LED for instance. Where are those constants defined?
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