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Bergilfan

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  1. Bergilfan

    Hullooo ! New to mcus!

    Yes!! Thank you!
  2. Bergilfan

    Hullooo ! New to mcus!

    Haha yeah I found out that I could only play up to 100 notes before runnig out of memory!!
  3. Bergilfan

    My msp430 not receiving power?

    Awesome it works!!! Thank you very much!
  4. Bergilfan

    My msp430 not receiving power?

    Ooo I had no idea!! I'll try it when I get off work! So why must there be a resistor there?
  5. Bergilfan

    My msp430 not receiving power?

    I have made a little music box using two piezoelectric buzzers (each one connected to P1.2 and P1.3). I also have a blue led connected to P1.1. if I wore my breadboard directly from the programmer board it works fine! But when I place the msp430 IC on the breadboard it doesn't seem to power on. I use 4 AA batteries connected to a DC regulator that outputs 3.3V to VCC. The regulator works fine. I've even tried the 5V and still nothing. I took everything off except the led and the led would not turn on via the mc. Has anyone else have any issues with this? I am new to all this so it's probably something I did wrong. Here's a oic
  6. Bergilfan

    Hullooo ! New to mcus!

    Hello I joined this forum so I can receive guidance as I advance in knowledge in mcu and circuit design! I am currently studying for a computer engineering degree but I can't wait to start having all the fun! My friend recommended me on the msp430. My first project (besides a blinking led) is to play a classical piece on an electric buzzer! I know a microcontroller really isn't made to hold all those variables but I managed to get the first 100 notes in!! I am very pleased with it but when I take the ic out onto the breadboard I'm starting to have issues -_-'. My ultimate goal is to make a function generator so I can test equipment!
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