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stanley

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About stanley

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    https://github.com/stanleyseow
  1. Most of the power issues are usually solved by putting a 100nF capacitors between the nRF24L01 Vcc (3V3) and Gnd ... I made an adapter for Arduino UNO (save all the jumper cables), I tap 5V from the I/O pin to 3.3V using LE33CZ LDO and needed a 10uF for a stablility when using high power Tx mode... http://forum.arduino.cc/index.php?topic=62222.msg1356174#msg1356174
  2. Wrote a blog on the process of getting nRF24L01 working with Stellaris Launchpad and Arduino UNO running on RF24 library... They are only a few combinations to try if they are not working :- Air rate / speed :- 250Kbps, 1Mbps or 2Mbps Channels : both sides MUST matched the same channel txaddress matches rxaddress ( or vice versa ) CRC : Either OFF or 8bit or 16bit ( Mirf & enrf24 uses 8bit CRC, RF24 uses 16bit CRC or manually set it ) http://arduino-for-beginners.blogspot.com/2013/11/stellaris-launchpad-with-nrf24l01.html
  3. Before I forget, I quickly documented the entire process on my blog http://arduino-for-beginners.blogspot.com/2013/11/stellaris-launchpad-with-nrf24l01.html
  4. Dear Spirilis, Thanks for the quick replies... After a few tweaks, I manage to get the StellarPad working with my Arduino UNO !!! Thank you :-) Here are the setting to get it working with Arduino RF24 libraries :- // This address must matched any of the receiving address/pipes on the UNO const uint8_t txaddr[] = { 0xDE, 0xDE, 0xDE, 0xDE, 0xE3 }; // Match UNO bitrate to 1Mbps radio.begin(1000000); // Defaults 1Mbps // Channel number must match radio.setChannel(88); // The CRC was set to 16bit, so set to 16 bit, 1st number turn on/off CRC, 2nd number turn on/
  5. Dear spirilis, Firstly, great work on writing the library / driver for the nRF24L01+ radio... I've been exploring the Nordic nRF24L01 transceiver for a while and manage to get the following platform working together and transmitting / receiving data to/from each other.. Arduino UNO Atmel attiny84 / 85 Raspberry Pi Electric Imp The repos and documentations are at my github or blog below :- https://github.com/stanleyseow http://arduino-for-beginners.blogspot.com/ I'm primary using a fork of RF24 from maniacbug and MIRF for the Atmel attinys and ported it to the
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