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It's time to turn things around, folks! After discussing how to send signals to LEDs and such, I think it's only natural to start looking into inputs: reading signals from a Digit-LS into your computer. But before we do so I feel the urge to explain a few things about electronics. Just for those who are more on the computer side of things.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 03 June 2009 10:58
Blink your LEDs

Did I mention April 27th for my next blog? Well, I forgot two things. Number one is a classic one: not bearing in mind that after returning from holiday, there is always a pile of work waiting on your desk. You wonder why one goes on holiday anyway (not that I won't do it again Cool). Then my second error was forgetting that last week also has a public holiday (at least here in the Netherlands): Queen's day on April 30th. And somehow, public holidays on a Thursday always manage to render the subsequent Friday rather useless.

Last Updated on Sunday, 17 May 2009 20:14
Insider Out!

We have been doing some hard work to test our breadboard prototype extension board and then even more hard work to get the prototype PCB design out.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 06 May 2009 11:43
Controlling a Digit-LS from a PC

In this posting I will show you how to communicate with a Digit-LS from a PC using C or C++. Typically you will do this to either control the device or read information from it. By doing so you would use your PC to control some piece of electronics that is connected to a Digit-LS that you provided with a configuration (See Digit-LS Programming for a posting on that subject).

Last Updated on Friday, 17 April 2009 16:28
Digit-LS Programming

After all that theory of the previous postings, it is time to look into the real stuff: building interfaces with a Digit-LS. This week I will show you an example of how to implement a rather straightforward interface design on the Digit-LS. We'll be looking at the device side only, which means we will be working on the firmware bit that will implement that interface. What it looks like on the PC will be dealt with in a future posting.

Last Updated on Monday, 13 April 2009 20:37
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