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      So if they are the same priority they will wait, for each other to finish. But what if they are the same priority and they occur at the same time?
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      I'm curious about how the teensy handles interrupts with the same priority. More specifically, if I have multiple attachInterrupts which all have a default priority of 128 and they get called at the same time, how does the teensy handle this...
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      ajc225 replied to the thread Suggestions for recording data.
      Thank you for the explanation! This was very helpful. Would you be able to expand on this statement a bit? I have USB 3.0 on my computer which, with a quick google search, says it can support rates up to 5Gbps. So is this more dependent on the...
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      ajc225 replied to the thread Suggestions for recording data.
      Hi, thank you for the input and sorry for the confusion. I am using hardware serial to send the data at a baud rate of 2Mbaud. For this, each teensy is sending an array of info [startByte, a, b, c, d] where elements a, b, c, d are the important...
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      Hi, I'm trying to record data and figure out the best method to try to retain the most information possible. Currently, I have 2 teensy4.1 sending 4x16uint every 10kHz or a complete package of data (64bits) every 2kHz. I will be running the...
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      Hi I was wondering if there is an architecture block diagram of the Teensy 4.1 that includes data flow arrows and the peripheral bus? Something like the picture below that is for the Pic32? The closest thing I could find was the diagram...
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      Is there a way to disable and enable the DMA channel so that the channel completely restarts after disabling it? Currently I have a 2 Teensy 4.1 setup where information is being sent between the two teensy through serial communication using DMA...
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