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  • Registered on: 2015-08-03
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2015-08-24

19:44 JeeLabs Café General: RE: Going forward, which MCU has Jeelabs settled on?
Are they show stoppers?

2015-08-23

01:10 JeeLabs Café General: RE: Going forward, which MCU has Jeelabs settled on?
May I suggest the Atmel SAM L21? It consumes 35uA/Mhz, while in active mode, which appears to be much lower than ARM ...

2015-08-15

18:52 JeeLabs Café General: RE: Why RFM69 rather than RFM26?
Not sure, but allegedly the RadioHead software will drive it.

2015-08-09

19:47 JeeLabs Café General: RE: Going forward, which MCU has Jeelabs settled on?
Oh, when’s he due back?
Yes, it is rather quiet here, so thanks for the company.
19:05 JeeLabs Café General: RE: Going forward, which MCU has Jeelabs settled on?
OK, but what does jcw have to say? By all means express yourself, but since he’s running the show (or so I thought), ...
18:52 JeeLabs Café General: RE: Would a Pro Mini + RFM69 make a good JeeNode platform?
Aside from 5v vs. 3.3v, and 16mhz vs. 8Mhz, aren’t they all about the same? I suppose with or without voltage regulat...
18:40 JeeLabs Café General: RE: Is there any merit to LoRa modules?
That’s what I meant. I’m sure we’re talking about the same hardware, as the only source that I know of is either anar...

2015-08-08

02:04 JeeLabs Café General: Would a Pro Mini + RFM69 make a good JeeNode platform?
For JeeNodes, have you considered a version consisting of a Pro Mini + RFM69?
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2015-08-07

01:41 JeeLabs Café General: Is there any merit to LoRa modules?
They’ve been out for over a year now, and yet I never see them discussed anywhere. For instance, the RFM69 appears to...
00:11 JeeLabs Café General: Going forward, which MCU has Jeelabs settled on?
LPC810, LPC812, LPC824, or something else, or still undecided?
I’d like to get whatever MCU it is so I can follow al...

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