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  1. Post your source code (even if it is an...

    Post your source code (even if it is an unmodified example) & we can take a look to see if we can spot the possible cause. As a point of reference, I can attest to the fact that I have made use of...
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    @SteveSFX: In

    @SteveSFX:

    In <msg #4> in the thread referenced earlier, I indicated "do not be scared by the fact that I was seeking assistance - I fixed my problem by making sure that signals on opposite sides...
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    @SteveSFX: I have previously recommended (&...

    @SteveSFX:

    I have previously recommended (& still do !!) a 7" capacitive touch display based upon the RA8875 controller (the supporting library comes with TeensyDuino). You can find the prior...
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    @boxxofrobots: What version of Teensyduino are...

    @boxxofrobots: What version of Teensyduino are you running ?? TD 1.54 included a fix for random audio lockups described <here> (in my particular TeensyMIDIPolySynth project, the audio output would...
  5. I don't know if this is either the "only" way nor...

    I don't know if this is either the "only" way nor the "best" way, but I have forced a rebuild of everything after making mods in the core by changing the Teensy model (e.g. when using a Teensy 4.1,...
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    Out of curiosity, I was studying your design &...

    Out of curiosity, I was studying your design & figured while I was in the GUI tool anyway, I would just take my best guess at your intent & made the following updates:

    1) removed the duplicate...
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    @boxxofrobots: I don't know the answer to your...

    @boxxofrobots:

    I don't know the answer to your last question, but you can resolve your problem with the diagram collapsing by fixing the following duplicate definitions (these names appear twice...
  8. I have no specific experience with the...

    I have no specific experience with the OctoWS2811, but maybe you could check one thing: have you cut the trace between Vin & Vusb on the Teensy ?? When you connect your USB cable to the Teensy 3.2,...
  9. @AMaraklov: You didn't say which Teensy you're...

    @AMaraklov:

    You didn't say which Teensy you're using (else I simply missed it). Only some of the Teensy models are 5V tolerant. On the remainder, the maximum you can apply to the input pins is...
  10. @albnys: Check

    @albnys:

    Check <this link> for more information on the USB/charger/battery combo that I am using successfully in one of my projects.

    Good luck & have fun !!

    Mark J Culross
    KD5RXT
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    Parallel resistances on your pots

    @Tombot7:

    If/when all of the pots are correctly wired, then all of the full resistances of each of the pots (presumed to be 100k ohms each) would be in parallel when measuring across any pot (LEFT...
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    @rcon: Sometime back in 2018, I wrote a "KiCAD...

    @rcon:

    Sometime back in 2018, I wrote a "KiCAD / freeRouting / OshPark" walk-thru document for the benefit of my fellow radio club members who wanted to dabble in PCB design & fabrication, but had...
  13. @Richie: If you try the char array approach,...

    @Richie:

    If you try the char array approach, you need to make sure that you handle the case where part of your key word comes in at the end of the array, but the remainder of the key word comes in...
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    @plumped: Did you connect a common ground...

    @plumped:

    Did you connect a common ground between your separate power supply unit for the neopixels & the ground of the Teensy 4.1 ?? From the Arduino IDE, click on File -> Examples -> OctoWS2811...
  15. micro USB vs. USB host connections & capabilities

    Emmanuel (emmanuel63):

    I don't think that will work. All USB operations depend upon a "USB host" recognizing, initializing, & communicating with a "USB device". With your proposed "micro USB...
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    @Michal (frohr): I don't think shorting input...

    @Michal (frohr):

    I don't think shorting input & output on your TP4056 module would be a good idea. I would suggest connecting your cable to the input of the TP4056 module, connecting the output...
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    Michal (frohr):

    Michal (frohr):

    <This> link & <this> associated link & <this> associated link may have information useful in your situation. If you have any questions on the specific approach that successfully I...
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    @jimmie: Without being able to see the code...

    @jimmie:

    Without being able to see the code that you are using (note Forum Rule at the top of the page), anything that might be suggested would purely be a random guess.

    Also, what version of...
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    @randomvibe: You might want to take a look at...

    @randomvibe:

    You might want to take a look at <this> forum thread (& there are others . . . just search for "tensorflow").

    Mark J Culross
    KD5RXT
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    You're welcome !! Glad to help !!

    Mickey (fff54):

    You are very welcome & glad that I could be of some help. I received lots of excellent help on this forum when I first got started using the Teensy, so I'm doing my best to carry...
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    Making good progress

    Mickey (fff54):

    Yup, you are correct again !! I am guessing that you are in the process of learning C, and that's not a bad thing at all !! You are doing well !!

    As you correctly discerned,...
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    Mickey (fff54): Yes, you can do exactly what...

    Mickey (fff54):

    Yes, you can do exactly what you have shown & use a different MIDI CC input to set the brightness individually for each strip.

    Good luck & have fun !! (And again, feel free to...
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    @fff54: I'm not where I can get to my Teensy,...

    @fff54:

    I'm not where I can get to my Teensy, so all of this will be off the top of my head:

    In your original post, you make the following call to activate a particular LED strip & the...
  24. Would it be possible to use the "button" library...

    Would it be possible to use the "button" library to take the 48Hz input clock as if it is a button input, & then setup the "button press action" to trigger on both edges of the input clock. When the...
  25. @Graeme: I don't know the entire technical...

    @Graeme:

    I don't know the entire technical reason(s) that endpoint 1 is not to be used, but there's a comment <here> by @Paul Stoffregen on another thread where he indicates that endpoint 1 is...
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    Tried going back to TD1.56b1 (not sure if this is...

    Tried going back to TD1.56b1 (not sure if this is valid, but it's what I did !!) & get a different error report, but still fails to build:


    C:\Program Files...
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    I just loaded TD1.56b2 over 1.55 & I'm seeing the...

    I just loaded TD1.56b2 over 1.55 & I'm seeing the same "ExChar16_t" error reported (& failure to compile/link) for a sketch that previously built & ran correctly under 1.55:


    In file included...
  28. @fff (Fabrice): I have previously recommended...

    @fff (Fabrice):

    I have previously recommended (& still do !!) a display based upon the RA8875 controller (the supporting library comes with TeensyDuino). You can find the prior discussion <here>....
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    @Mcu32 (aka FrankB): Thank-you, I am happy to...

    @Mcu32 (aka FrankB):

    Thank-you, I am happy to be on the receiving end of your ignore list. Now, if only you would be no longer willing to *write* unnecessary provocations, that would truly be an...
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    @Mcu32: I don't want anything from you except...

    @Mcu32:

    I don't want anything from you except (maybe) to correctly understand the point I made. Here's a shaved-down version of my original post with just the pertinent info since you seem to...
  31. Bill: I hope this answers the question that...

    Bill:

    I hope this answers the question that you are asking. Using Pete's code as follows as an example:


    // AGC - see https://forum.pjrc.com/threads/68320

    #include <Audio.h>
    #include...
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    @Mcu32: Speaking from personal knowledge &...

    @Mcu32:

    Speaking from personal knowledge & experience (I have 35+ years of experience developing & delivering multi-threaded, real-time, data intensive serial & network communications systems...
  33. Even better than referencing a post/thread (where...

    Even better than referencing a post/thread (where you potentially have to dig all of the information+corrections out of several posts), @luni has placed a compendium of the info on using FlexIO into...
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    @Armadafg: I can't offer a specific "solution"...

    @Armadafg:

    I can't offer a specific "solution" but you should make sure that you are using the latest Teensyduino 1.55, just to make sure that you have the latest core support (including T_MM). ...
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    @vince.cemo: Paul has previously fielded...

    @vince.cemo:

    Paul has previously fielded requests for availability of small quantities of stock, for instance <here> . . . hope that helps.

    Mark J Culross
    KD5RXT
  36. Sounds like fun. Would something similar to...

    Sounds like fun. Would something similar to <this> be close to what you are looking for ?? It at least answers the speed question (specs 200ns, where you say you need <500ns). Sounds like you'd...
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    @Mcu32: I'm sorry if you were offended by my...

    @Mcu32:

    I'm sorry if you were offended by my last post. In each of my previous posts, when directly addressing my comments to you, I either chose "Reply With Quote" (to supply the context for my...
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    As my personal real-life example, the latest...

    As my personal real-life example, the latest version of my TeensyMIDIPolySynth (which now uses the RA8875 display with on-screen sliders & buttons, instead of the original hardware version using pots...
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    Yup, and now the default is no lst files. The...

    Yup, and now the default is no lst files. The release notes clearly give the reason for the change.

    Mark J Culross
    KD5RXT
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    @Mcu32: No matter which behavior is made the...

    @Mcu32:

    No matter which behavior is made the default, there will be a group of users who will be opposed. If the default is "disabled", then those that want/use the lst files will be offended (as...
  41. @Emmanuel: From my experience (definitely not...

    @Emmanuel:

    From my experience (definitely not an expert), when plugging the Teensy into my PC using the primary microUSB connector, I am able to use the Teensy as a MIDI device (input from the...
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    8-Dale: I was missing something very obvious...

    8-Dale:

    I was missing something very obvious !! I have not used MicroPython, so not recognizable as such to me. Sorry (both that I didn't recognize it & that I can't be of any help) !!

    Mark J...
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    Did you post the actual source that you are...

    Did you post the actual source that you are building & loading into the T4.0 ?? Are you using the Arduino IDE to build ?? What you posted does not build in the Arduino IDE & throws syntax errors on...
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    @PaulStoffregen: OK, thanks for the...

    @PaulStoffregen:

    OK, thanks for the clarification of your reply. I understand that I missed at least one key point: writing the key bits on a locked Teensy has to be done by a program signed with...
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    @PaulStoffregen: As a thought experiment, I'm...

    @PaulStoffregen:

    As a thought experiment, I'm wondering if the following would be possible:

    1) Elsewhere (security document/description) it is covered that the key fuses start at '0' & are...
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    I am working against the exact same challenge...

    I am working against the exact same challenge (RA8875 fonts) & I did look at the examples noted. I do have a few additional questions:

    1) what is the path to the font files ??
    2) it seems that...
  47. @dannytaurus: Have a look at

    @dannytaurus:

    Have a look at <this thread>, which appears to describe a successful implementation with the 6N137.

    Mark J Culross
    KD5RXT
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    Excellent, thanks !! Mark J Culross KD5RXT

    Excellent, thanks !!

    Mark J Culross
    KD5RXT
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    Paul: Thanks for the great work that you have...

    Paul:

    Thanks for the great work that you have put into this . . . I am excited to give this a try. One question does come to mind: Will pressing the "Generate Key" button cause a warning if there...
  50. Looking just at your "while" loop, you seem to be...

    Looking just at your "while" loop, you seem to be incrementing "i" too soon.
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