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  1. Teensy 3.5 working happily with RS485 transceivers at a baud of 9M

    Hi everyone.

    I just thought I'd share this result so that anyone else who is looking for a proven Teensy / RS485 combination operating at a fairly high baud would have this as a starting /...
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    @mjs513, by your comment "so let's give them a...

    @mjs513, by your comment "so let's give them a break on this" you seem to have taken a defensive stance on PJRC's behalf which makes me think you believe we're just sticking the boot into them. I'm...
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    @FrankB, I'm sure we're both clear that it's not...

    @FrankB, I'm sure we're both clear that it's not as simple as just opting out of buying the new board but I'll play along. PJRC are a very small team and if they devote resources to the development...
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    Hi tonton81, note I said I consider 600MHz to be...

    Hi tonton81, note I said I consider 600MHz to be overkill for all use cases that I'd consider doing with an MCU - I acknowledged that other people will have different use cases but my main point was...
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    I'm with the likes of jwatte and epyon in...

    I'm with the likes of jwatte and epyon in thinking that an MCU of 600MHz seems like overkill for all use cases I'd ever consider using an MCU for. I absolutely get that it's necessary for some but...
  6. Great! Thanks very much for your help, tni. ...

    Great! Thanks very much for your help, tni.

    For anyone else that stumbles upon this: for Teensy 3.2, the interrupt numbers for the interrupts on the digital pins correspond to their pin numbers...
  7. Thanks for your reply, tni, but I believe that's...

    Thanks for your reply, tni, but I believe that's not always going to be the case. I read in another thread between doughboy and Paul that the external interrupt status flag is cleared by "system"...
  8. How to clear an external interrupt's status flag in Teensyduino for Teensy 3.2

    Hi.

    I'm trying to port some code I wrote for an Arduino Mega2560 (in the Arduino IDE) to a Teensy 3.2 (using Teensyduino) but I'm stuck on how to do the Teensy equivalent of this line that clears...
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