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    Do I really need a logic converter for the...

    Do I really need a logic converter for the receiver signals. My thinking is that the effective voltage would be less which is why I was happy to test 5v on teensy. In the same way you can control LED...
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    worked straight away!!!

    worked straight away!!!
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    Having added the voltage divider, and using the...

    Having added the voltage divider, and using the routine in the library above the data still doesn't look correct. below should be a photo of the wiring. the order I have the resistors in is signal...
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    its so easy when people tell you! you can spend...

    its so easy when people tell you! you can spend days doing something that someone can fix in 1 hour.

    Having testing the floating pin by connecting to ground it doesn't actually look broken....
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    I did think of using a voltage divider but is...

    I did think of using a voltage divider but is this a feasible solution for four channels?

    Is the strength of the signals proportional to the strength of the resistors? Could I use "too strong"...
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    I did try changing the file size but will...

    I did try changing the file size but will remember for next time.

    That is really useful to know. All the forums I read made me believe I was looking to read PPM signals but PWM seems obvious now....
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    Unfortunately having tried to upload a photo it...

    Unfortunately having tried to upload a photo it repeatedly says upload failed but its quite easy to just explain.

    Essentially I have the receiver powered by the Arduino with two cables, Ground and...
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    I have an Arduino which measures the pulses...

    I have an Arduino which measures the pulses correctly, Similarly to the first method above. I don't have an oscilliscope. I will attach a photo of the wiring shortly.

    Would the 5v tolerance be an...
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    I did this during the writing of that example. I...

    I did this during the writing of that example. I will try using the pulse position example instead. I set a variable



    int j = myInput.available();


    and the for loop was limited by j.
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    Serial.println takes roughly a microsecond to run...

    Serial.println takes roughly a microsecond to run on a teensy 3.6. Once the variable is set the pulses repeat at close to 50hz so there is almost 18000 microseconds free. Its more about getting...
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    I have tried it the data looks the same. I just...

    I have tried it the data looks the same.
    I just wrote this to retest.



    #include <PulsePosition.h>
    PulsePositionInput myInput(RISING);

    void setup() {
    Serial.begin(9600);
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    Teensy 3.6 interrupts for RC Receiver

    I am trying to configure a Teensy 3.6 to use with flysky FS-T6 for PPM. the receiver is powered from the 5v pin on an Arduino.

    I have tried using attachInterrupt, attachInterruptVector. I also...
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