[time-nuts] Testers needed: Arduino (Thunderbolt) TSIP Library
garnere at gmail.com
Fri Jun 19 17:06:16 UTC 2015
I'd be interested in trying it out. I'm using the Teensy platform (
http://pjrc.com/teensy/index.html) but it's worked out very well for every
other library I've used with it so problems should be minimal or non
let me know if you want my help
On Thu, Jun 18, 2015 at 7:32 PM, Dan Quigley <danq at quigleys.us> wrote:
> I'm in the final stages of developing a new TSIP communications library
> for Arduino devices. What distinguishes this library from the others that
> I found and mulled over, is an ability to configure and handle the TSIP
> packets that arrive asynchronously via 232 serial I/O from a Thunderbolt.
> The library is being developed on UNO R3, Nano, Mega and DUE platforms (it
> should work on others) and supports both UART-based, and software
> (bit-banged) serial ports. On systems (like DUE) it can use 8-byte
> precision floating point. Setup and use is straight-forward requiring
> only a handful of code lines to get started.
> Thus I am looking for a few volunteers with the hardware, time and desire
> to help test and validate the utility of the library before I release it to
> the community wild. If you are interested please let me know off-list.
> Dan Quigley (N7HQ)
> Note: The libraries are derived from the great work by Mark Sims, John
> Miles and Tom Van Baak. Please note this is not a "complete" Lady
> Heather-like implementation, but the structure and base functionality is
> there to advance it to that point. I also have a more complete library
> implemented in C# if anyone is interested.
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