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 on: September 04, 2019, 07:16:22 19:16 
Started by Wizpic - Last post by zac

They have the exact same module as on amazon for $4 (-15% for 2+)

 on: September 04, 2019, 04:06:59 16:06 
Started by is_celik - Last post by is_celik
NoteElectrical and electronic engineer

 on: September 04, 2019, 11:17:05 11:17 
Started by sfiga69 - Last post by kayvee
Downloadly still working for me.

 on: September 04, 2019, 08:29:39 08:29 
Started by sfiga69 - Last post by towlerg
Sadly morphed into FileCR, trying to moneytise?

 on: September 04, 2019, 07:41:23 07:41 
Started by sfiga69 - Last post by wellnerson1
Here is one more website contains lot of stuffs. I have downloaded few software and found working nicely till now.

 on: September 04, 2019, 04:54:53 04:54 
Started by sfiga69 - Last post by Magnox
I haven't come across that one (that I recall) but I'll second Ahmad_k on rutracker. I always run all the comments through a translator to read them before downloading, even then.

 on: September 04, 2019, 04:51:42 04:51 
Started by Magnox - Last post by Magnox
I use CCS because I made the choice, years ago, to buy their programmer. Their system worked more smoothly for debugging than Microchip's (I couldn't afford Microchip's more expensive hardware) and it's nice having the libraries built in that CCS has. When they work. Now I'm just used to it. It's easy to use.

I ported my CTMU code to MPLab/xc16, to see if CCS was causing my problems, and hit a different snag. xc16 would not trigger the CTMU conversion, despite setting the registers manually exactly the same as in CCS. It's only one bit in a register. Everything else worked if I triggered the conversion manually instead. It was as if xc16 had a fault in the CTMU registers or something. Plus I really don't like some things about MPLab. Especially the way it kept telling me it couldn't compile my code to program the chip, despite have just compiled it successfully a moment before. None of the fixes found on the net worked. It took a while to get to the bottom of that - it didn't like the "!" symbol in the path!

I'm still thinking of converting to MPLab and dropping CCS. If I do a big project, I probably will.

 on: September 04, 2019, 12:42:29 00:42 
Started by sfiga69 - Last post by Ahmad_k
for me i trust rutracker. I generally don't download anything cracked without reading reviews first or i crack it by myself

 on: September 03, 2019, 06:43:32 18:43 
Started by Magnox - Last post by gurksallad
I thought CCS was dead and buried ages ago.

Is there no other compiler you can use? (Because, you know, it's buggy  Grin)

 on: September 03, 2019, 04:14:07 16:14 
Started by Wizpic - Last post by Wizpic
I've also seen the MT3608 used in power banks.
I shall see about ordering some of these to try, There cheaper to by complete so I can unsolder them and mount them on my own PCB if they live up it.

I've been looking at other types too.

Where I said about the range is some what reduced form the NRF20L01 what I should of said is I use these out doors and the range is very good for what I need, Using the above power bank the range seem to be reduced but I then also lose packets of data like the TX signal is lost for a second or two, Running from the batteries I don't suffer this issue.

Thanks for your input guys

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