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  1. [SOLVED]Closed: Re: Sending data from pic microcontroller to web server using ethernet.....

    If you are going use a PIC, I recall in the past Microchip had a stack for the PIC24. Alternatively you should look at lwip and check what PICs they have targeted or examples. This will give you an...
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    Closed: Re: Creating Linked List

    I think you need to understand c before attempting writing a linked list. You also need to understand the compiler warnings and errors. By looking at struct node, where is that declared? Also you...
  3. Closed: Re: Running Deep Learning Based Plant Diseases Recognition

    You won't be learning on a pi but inference. You train on a PC with gpu and deploy the model to the pi. Coral or gpu on the pi maybe enough to perform inference and it is all depend on your model...
  4. [SOLVED]Closed: Re: Sending data from pic microcontroller to web server using ethernet.....

    Just create a CRUD REST api. I just type in google "php rest api" and it list heaps of examples for creating CRUD REST api. In your embedded platform, you just need to setup a HTTP client and use...
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    Closed: Re: Embedded Linux Applications

    The reason for embedded Linux is the time to market. Try and design a video player in a bare metal platform and providing an API for the client to interface to it. I previously worked for a payment...
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    Closed: Re: Choose a proper magnetic field sensor

    You could try the TI mm wave sensors.
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    Closed: Re: interrupt or rtos in microcontroller

    He mentioned that he has writing an application to blink LEDs with interrupts but wants to design an application using graphical LCD and keyboard. It is no harm for someone to try out different...
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    Closed: Re: Reliable GPS and Compass sensors

    Like what paulfjujo said, there are three different start options; hot, warm and cold start. These values varies between manufacturers. Most GPS chipset uses the standard NMEA protocol but ublox uses...
  9. Closed: Re: Wish to switch back to Embedded profile, Need some information

    If you really want to get back into embedded, start doing some projects, attend meetups, start a GitHub profile. The main thing you have to be passionate, and backed up with the skills.
  10. Closed: Re: Running Deep Learning Based Plant Diseases Recognition

    Have you tried installing tensorflow for PI? https://maker.pro/raspberry-pi/tutorial/how-to-set-up-the-machine-learning-software-tensorflow-on-raspberry-pi

    If the speed is inadequate using a PI,...
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    Closed: Re: interrupt or rtos in microcontroller

    I find RTOS could give a more elegant solution by separating the tasks; keyboard, sensor, LCD and using mailboxes or message queues to pass data around. It depends on your resources on your...
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    Closed: Re: Reliable GPS and Compass sensors

    For compass, I have only used Honeywell and ST. They both seems to work fine for a dead reckoning project. For GPS, I have only used Ublox. There are other cheaper units from MStar.
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    Closed: Re: Ethernet speed - some basic questions

    I was working this out for 10G ethernet. To get the actual bandwidth, I use iperf in Linux to get actual data rate between two PCs connected to a 10G switch.
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    Closed: Re: installing MAC OS in non-apple system

    The best thing is to look at the hackintosh website and buy the specific hardware for the OS you want to install. OSx86 Project | InsanelyMac - this website will show you all the compatible hardware...
  15. Closed: Re: How to start developing drivers for Android

    I agree is the same site but you indicate SDK download which is different from NDK and not specific to the question.
  16. Closed: Re: How to start developing drivers for Android

    Android NDK Android NDK | Android Developers not SDK for writing drivers.
  17. [SOLVED]Closed: Re: Difference between Vehiclespy and CANalyzer

    Vehicle spy is cheaper than can analyser. Both does the same thing. Can analyser you have to use their dedicated hardware which cost quite a bit. We have four PCMCIA cards from vector but that is...
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    Closed: Re: GPS Tracking application in dot net

    Look at GMAP.net to use google map in the .net environment. Here is a demo which I created a while back using gmap.net test2.avi - YouTube.
  19. Closed: Re: please help how to read the displayed data in LCD?

    In your software, why can't you write into buffer and keep it there until you want to update your LCD. Then you should be able to reuse the data for the 7 segment. I do that in my software, when the...
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    Closed: Re: Making my C++ code more efficient

    Make the function more generic and pass by reference or pointer.
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    Closed: Re: Possibilities of c++ programming

    The best thing to find out what application are used by C/C++ for embedded system is to take a look at the app notes and forums from the Micro/FPGA manufacturers to get an idea. If you look at...
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    Closed: Re: RS 485 Implementation

    Create a simple UART interface in PIC18F first and then follow by the control of the data enable line.
  23. Closed: Re: Program for Send data from PC use bluetooth

    Try using 32feet.net or breecham.
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    Closed: Re: gps help; refreshing frequency

    If you asking this question I imagine you haven't read the data sheet or the technical manual for the device. If you know your GPS device then you should be able to find a datasheet for it. Use a...
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    Closed: Re: Simple 9V battery + LED question

    Have you tried a larger resistor to reduce the current to the LED?
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