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Sunday, March 10, 2013

Souliss running over Olimex's hardware

Here a short video based on the integration with Olimex's boards, we are now waiting for the shipping of additional boards to complete the Olimex support.



Stay tuned.

Regards,
Dario.

5 comments:

  1. Hello Dario
    I'm trying to find out how to upload new code to the MOD-WIFI. I'm assuming that you use a pic-kit debugger. Can you confirm that is the actual method?
    Sorry if this sounds horrible noobish, but im diving in to this stuff head first with no prior knowledge.
    Regards

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  2. Hi Luis,

    we used the MRF24WB0MA with the firmware preloaded by Microchip, that in our case was 0x1207. I know that you can upload a new firmware into the transceiver, but wasn't my case.

    What you mean by upload new code into MOD-WIFI?

    Regards,
    Dario.

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  3. One more, I've some friend that are looking to down grade the firmware of the module to go back to a firmware compatible with ZeroG devices.

    I'm starting to look at, I will let you know if I will have success in this, in case let me know your progress.

    Thanks,
    Dario.

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  4. As much as it pains me to say this i made a mistake(i was an idiot), in any case your answer helped me understand my confusion and the error of my ways..
    i had this idea that i had to upload my code directly to the board... have no idea where it came from! my bad :)
    Thank you, and sorry to take your time!

    Regards
    Luis

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  5. I'm not that literate in all of this yet, but if "life" takes me there I'll say something!(I'll share what I learn!)

    Again thank you!
    Luis

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