x_carlo_x
x_carlo_x
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15 Oct 2008

Need Help with Choice of embedded system

Hey guys, I need some help in a project i am currently doing. I need a device that would look like a Palm Sized Touchscreen that will take input from a signal source (either analog or digital) and compare to a library table and return the result on the display. I would prefer a product that's off the shelf that operates using an open source code programming language like C. I will build one if i have to. 😕 Thx its for my thesis
x_carlo_x

x_carlo_x

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10 years ago
anyone ? bump
sriramchandrk

sriramchandrk

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10 years ago
Hi,

There are some general purpose display similar to the one you asked.
Check this site:
OEM Special LED displays

Contact that vendor, he will be able to tell if it supports lookup table.

Thanks & Regards
Sriram
muthu12

muthu12

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10 years ago
Motor I/O Driver. Write a motor driver module to drive the left and right motors. The module should provide at least the following operations (you may customize/combine/add to these as you see fit):
- motors_Initialization() – Initialize the PWM channels appropriately for both motors on the robot. After initialization, the motors should both be stopped and braked.
- Define four symbols: FORWARD, REVERSE, BRAKE, COAST, SAME to integer values of your choice.
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Muthu

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eeboarder

eeboarder

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10 years ago
x_carlo_x
Hey guys, I need some help in a project i am currently doing. I need a device that would look like a Palm Sized Touchscreen that will take input from a signal source (either analog or digital) and compare to a library table and return the result on the display. I would prefer a product that's off the shelf that operates using an open source code programming language like C. I will build one if i have to. 😕 Thx its for my thesis
Check out evbplus.com. Any of those HC systems would easily to the job. Getting it to look like a Palm device may be tricky...

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