Electronics Design

This week we looked at how to make two boards communicate. Here one is the bus, the other node.




Each board has to be programmed through the ISP, using Neil's code. For each component, you have to open the .C file, and change the Node ID from (0), to (1), to (2), etc. You're giving each board a key or representative digit so that the boards understand to which board it must send a signal.


Then run the term.py, and send values to the board

Unfortunatly the 3rd board didn't behave the way it was supposed, and only board 0 and board 1 sent signals back.

Hello.Bus.45 from Guillermo Bernal on Vimeo.