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  1. arduwino says:

    I see you have been very busy! You have published a lot of high quality information here in a short time. This is really a level above the usual hobbyist content.

    I will be checking back regularly. Thanks for taking the time to publish this excellent blog.


    • Didier says:

      Well in fact, I am not exactly a usual hobbyist,; but I am a real beginer at C (“At last!” would say my good ol’ friend RenΓ©, you tried to convert me from VB long time ago) and paying strong interest to microprocessors these days. My ultimate goal being WSNs (Wireless Sensors Networks). What I published was in my drawers in a way or an other, I just had to learn WordPress on the fly (which is not so hard). And sharing is my other nature.
      See you!

  2. mowcius says:

    Oh you have been busy. I will have to take a look through all this stuff soon.
    You look to have good articles and although some of it is a little tricky to follow, I would not expect it to be absolutely perfect when you are doing so many posts in such a short amount of time.


  3. mowcius says:

    “How could the presentation be improved?”

    Well some of the multi-part writeups are a bit seperated on a blog. Maybe there is some way you can move then back into the same one or something?


    (If I don’t respond then I am getting no notifications of comments – I should respond eventually, if I remember)

    • Didier says:

      OK, that’s what I was guessing. I may prepare a page recaping the main projects, sort of an index page. On the other hand, you can use the search function.

  4. steve1515 says:

    This site is great! Very informative. I would like a way to download sets of articles as PDF if that’s possible. Perhaps a grouping of similar articles as a person above mentioned.

    I also sent you a request for the download password, but haven’t heard a reply. What do I have to do to get that? I’d like to try out some of your libraries.


  5. Didier says:

    The pdf idea is great Steve.

    I am currently finalizing the MicroDDS project which will allow you to use the DDS in stand alone mode (with the LCD/Encoder user interface) and in remote mode (through serial port and a set of instructions).

  6. nick says:

    just stumbled on your site .. bookmarked. and looking forward to playing with the fft and my duemilinove

  7. hifiduino says:

    Great site. Lots of content for learning, especially for one that has moved beyond the beginner’s stuff.

    How about a series on digital FIR filters (I know nothing about it, but your way of presentation and implementation in Arduino, seems an excellent way to learn). Thanks for all the good info.

    • admin says:

      The post a more or less closely related to my own pending projects. So far, finite impulse response filters are not on my list πŸ™ ; but I may release something one Kalman filters before πŸ˜‰

  8. hmiezin says:

    Hi, Didier !
    Great work, very clear and easy understandable.
    I am totally new to Arduino, juste bought a UNO and write few sketches to understand how it works. I am especially interested to build domotic apps (temp regulation, light control, etc) so I am interested in your work on remote sensors, as I want to setup a sensor network at home.
    Seems that the tool chain you use is not the Arduino’s one. It looks more powerful, especially to manipulate processor regsiters. Could you explain which tool chain you use and where & how to get it ?
    Thanks in advance and continue the good work !

    • Didier says:

      Hi Henri,
      I do not use special tool chains for developping my applications except the use of Notepad++ as external text editor. Domotic is definetly an endless play ground for developping Arduino based applications. Please keep visiting Arduinoos and do not hesitate to contribute.

  9. SunnyBoy says:

    Bravo! especially for the DS1306 series, I’ve been lookig for an SPI RTC all over the web, and your site is the only one that helped!

    Keep the good work πŸ˜‰

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