Tag Archives: Side project

Jeenode: Interference

Because of the previous post, I decided to ¬†test a bit more. To see if I could physically move the board to reduce interference. So I connected the Arduino with the attached RFM12B radio module. The one using the Sparkfun … Continue reading

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RFM12B: Dealing with radio interference

This is a screenshot from the serial monitor of a Jeenode¬†(Arduino compatible) connected to my computer. It runs a program that will listen to incoming radio messages through its RFM12B radio transceiver. In this window, you can clearly see too … Continue reading

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Side Project: Data Stucture – Application

If you were patient enough and read through the two previous posts on this subject, you might be wondering how this applies to the PU-2 pedal board in practice. Even if you were not patient enough, here’s how the data … Continue reading

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Side Project: understanding cheap Rotary encoders

Seven whole days! That’s how long I had to work to finally get my rotary encoder to work with the Arduino! The idea is to be able to quickly select a preset on a guitar pedal board using a rotary … Continue reading

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