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  1. it is in initSDHC() (file sdio_teensi.cpp) in my...

    it is in initSDHC() (file sdio_teensi.cpp)
    in my file line 706
    Walter
  2. Thread: Bat detector

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    Passive Acoustic Monitoring (PAM) on underwater...

    Passive Acoustic Monitoring (PAM) on underwater glider (6-channel volumetric array)
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    I see what you aiming for, reactance per se does...

    I see what you aiming for, reactance per se does not increase noise (it is imaginary and not real), but changes gain, so impact of real noise sources have a higher impact.
    Will have to play with...
  4. Sorry Chip, did you find meanwhile the...

    Sorry Chip, did you find meanwhile the attachInterrupt line?
  5. @jpaudio I'm on travel right now, but can look...

    @jpaudio
    I'm on travel right now, but can look into the problem beginning next Tuesday.
    mean while could you please be a little bit more specific?
    maybe you could post the config.h file and give...
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    mind to explain why?

    mind to explain why?
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    Adapted code to my T3.6 configuration to get it...

    Adapted code to my T3.6 configuration to get it running
    Cannot see your time jitter
    could you replace loop by

    void loop()
    {
    static uint32_t t0=0, t2=0, tx, ty;
    tx=micros(),
    ...
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    The solution to your puzzle seems to be: the...

    The solution to your puzzle seems to be:
    the time jitter, you are observing, is real and you do not loose data.

    Reason: you are starting/stopping recording based on recByteSaved, which in...
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    I would decrease the values of C1 and C5 from 1uF...

    I would decrease the values of C1 and C5 from 1uF to 10nF, as I suggested in #504. This would suppress low frequencies that for Bat frequencies are not at all of interest.
    Play with a spice program...
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    As I have slightly different requirements (I need...

    As I have slightly different requirements (I need some mounting holes and connector to Audio and storage board), I make my own breakout board.
    For this I plan to use the blackketter approach but...
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    @ianmb can you provide the complete ino file,...

    @ianmb
    can you provide the complete ino file, you are using?
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    does it compile on ArduinoIDE? if yes, then...

    does it compile on ArduinoIDE?
    if yes, then check the .cpp file created by AruinoIDE (found in temp directory, as seen using verbose)
    Most likely you are missing some include files or are not...
  13. I tend to agree that situation becomes very...

    I tend to agree that situation becomes very confusing.
    My suggestion for a clean way forward is that Teensyduino ONLY provides the core functionality and PJRC maintains only a list of links to...
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    Bill, great to get SD_FAT with exFAT and SDIO...

    Bill,
    great to get SD_FAT with exFAT and SDIO for T4.0
    BTW, what is your suggestion for your SdFs library, are you planning to upgrade to T4.0?

    One thing I would be curious about is the power...
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    My basic wish list for T4.1 - added uSD card -...

    My basic wish list for T4.1
    - added uSD card
    - pins for USB1 (device)
    - pins for USB2 (with host protection)
    - LDO to allow 6- 16 V Vin
    - access to 1 MB of RAM (build in or external)
    - NO...
  16. would not call it very low power, but I could run...

    would not call it very low power, but I could run it from Teensy 3.3V (CSAC SA.45s from Symmetricon http://www.prc68.com/I/pdf/Symmetricom%27s_SA.45s_CSAC_updates.pdf)
    on the 30 C limit: it is not...
  17. How I di it, is to ignore the drift of the RTC,...

    How I di it, is to ignore the drift of the RTC, and CPU

    My files are all 1 minute long (closing driven by RTC seconds)
    every header contains the RTC but also millis and micros.
    Further I sample...
  18. You have to use the definitions from...

    You have to use the definitions from cores/teensy3/kinetis.h
    not definitions by non-teensy users
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    AFAIk, in the compiler commands are all options...

    AFAIk, in the compiler commands are all options -O3 for example
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    maybe have a check with actual compiler and...

    maybe have a check with actual compiler and linker options (verbose mode)
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    I'm happy to report a typo "locatoins" below the...

    I'm happy to report a typo "locatoins" below the signals table.
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    As you see from JBeale example, direct access to...

    As you see from JBeale example, direct access to analog ports is part of the Teensy core, so always implemented with ALL Teensies that have build-in ADC
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    UPS, I thought it is a T4.0. For a T3.2 6-7 V are...

    UPS, I thought it is a T4.0. For a T3.2 6-7 V are OK. Only T4.0 is limited.
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    Vin only accepts 3.6 to 5.5 V (there is NO...

    Vin only accepts 3.6 to 5.5 V (there is NO additional LDO as with previous Teensies (3.2 - 3.6)
    So connecting 2S LIPO (on controller) is calling for problems (distruction?). Add external dc/dc...
  25. Thread: Bat detector

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    BTW concerning integrated active HP and...

    BTW
    concerning integrated active HP and amplification, I found this
    https://hackaday.io/project/8353-worlds-smallest-bat-detector
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    I know, the datasheet of the SGTL5000 is only...

    I know, the datasheet of the SGTL5000 is only inviting not to use it.
    The first thing I did was to test id there is a Sigma Delta or not. By sweeping over Nyquist, it seems that there is a sigma...
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    correct. All sigma/delta ADC datasheets show a RC...

    correct. All sigma/delta ADC datasheets show a RC LP filter at in input, the values of which are tricky to be estimated. So, always best to follow the datasheet.
    As example see...
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    Does it not depend on type of filter? Active...

    Does it not depend on type of filter?
    Active filter, absolutely yes, the must be avoided, but they could be constructed with gain, right?

    But there is space for passive filtering, reducing the...
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    @aethertek did you say a picture is worth a...

    @aethertek
    did you say a picture is worth a thousand words?
    would you mind to draw your schematic suggested in #495?
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    I concur with all you said. Unfortunately, the...

    I concur with all you said.
    Unfortunately, the SGTL5000 audioboard costs really nothing, compared to a genuine ultrasonic ADC board with proper signal conditioning.
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    Well, I use the same SAI for doing both (sending...

    Well, I use the same SAI for doing both (sending MCLK out and using L/R and BCLK as slave)
    here is a snippet of the code for a T3.6


    void i2s_rx_slave_setup(void)
    {
    SIM_SCGC6 |=...
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    I have the feeling, we have here some semantic...

    I have the feeling, we have here some semantic issues.
    I2S/SAI has 4 lines, say for RX or TX

    -MCLK (master clock)
    -BCLK (Bit clock)
    -L/R (left/right) clock, or Framesync
    -data

    we have two...
  33. You cannot easily use audioshield AND them I2S...

    You cannot easily use audioshield AND them I2S MEMS you are referring too. Both are using I2S.
    (I say easily, because in principle it is possible, as T3.2 has two I2S data ports, and if you control...
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    Cor, as you are playing with SGTL5000, In case...

    Cor, as you are playing with SGTL5000,
    In case you missed it, you may be interested in
    https://forum.pjrc.com/threads/52798-Overclocking-SGTL5000?p=181609&viewfull=1#post181609
    Walter
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    I would doubt that, Teensy is registered by PJRC...

    I would doubt that, Teensy is registered by PJRC and if PJRC blows fuses, then IMO a Teensy 4.0 would need fuses blown. at most it Teensy 4.0 alike.
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    concerning CAP for uSD, Yes, writing to uSD...

    concerning CAP for uSD,
    Yes, writing to uSD needs significant mA for a short period of time and internal ADC could be effected.
    A 2nd version of the uSD breakout board, could feature a own 3.3V...
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    I have to look into that!

    I have to look into that!
  38. Sufficient for me

    Sufficient for me
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    another valid option.

    another valid option.
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    Paul's T4 breakout blog says but it seems this...

    Paul's T4 breakout blog says

    but it seems this was not your question.
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    that is what I was looking for. A longer...

    that is what I was looking for.
    A longer version with the uSD Card would be great.
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    updated the Github Repo

    updated the Github Repo
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    It would indeed be great to have a breakout board...

    It would indeed be great to have a breakout board with ONLY a uSD cardholder.
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    Would be happy to include that, but which version...

    Would be happy to include that, but which version are you using? in my uSDFS/examples/logger_RawWrite is no #include <USBHost_t36.h>
    Maybe I had it in the beginning, but now it is not there.
    Could...
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    Yes, you can use the Toolchain of Teensyduino....

    Yes, you can use the Toolchain of Teensyduino.
    suggest to run arduino ide in verbose mode. it gives you all the gcc commands it is using. adapt then your own makefile.
    If you work on Windows you...
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    @edsut SAI is somewhat different on T4 compared...

    @edsut
    SAI is somewhat different on T4 compared to T3
    first SAI has 1 dedicated input and output port and 3 shared IO data ports
    second SAI has 1 IN and 1 OUT data port
    So on SAI1 you can...
  47. on my side, no application other than Audio, but...

    on my side, no application other than Audio, but can live with external DAC (I already use mostly external ADC audio and internal ADC for some SLOW sensors, so DAC would be similar reasoning).
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    AFAIK, for Teensyduino, you need the standard...

    AFAIK, for Teensyduino, you need the standard Arduino (installer &zip) the App store is not supported. so get rid if it and start from beginning.
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    a did a search and found Realtek RTL8723BS...

    a did a search and found

    Realtek RTL8723BS SDIO schnittstelle, WIFI + BT Bluetooth + WIFI modul
    https://de.aliexpress.com/item/32325303587.html

    so maybe it is worth to look harder
    obviously,...
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    I'm not sure if this exists but if there where an...

    I'm not sure if this exists but if there where an "SDIO - WIFI/ethernet adapter" then IMO the sdio port would be better than HS USB (4 time lower clock rate does mean less electrical problems)
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