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    Updated the post again. Now with more details on...

    Updated the post again. Now with more details on the power supplies.

    I also finally got time to test this library: https://github.com/TMRh20/RF24
    and it feels way more stable than the original...
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    I updated the original post with a new schematic....

    I updated the original post with a new schematic. I used a LM317 regulator to get more than 100mA at 3v. This is required for modules with external antennas. L78L33 is enough for the small modules...
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    That's in the code. Try the ping/pong examples....

    That's in the code. Try the ping/pong examples. You won't have those issues. I also updated the main post with the default L78L33 schematics. I tested those and they worked at first try. As I said...
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    Neither did I with all the boards I listed in the...

    Neither did I with all the boards I listed in the original thread, but the guy has a teensy++ 2.0, which works perfectly fine with the module, he shouldn't have to buy anything else.

    He was also...
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    Tick, first of all: you are welcome. I do it...

    Tick, first of all: you are welcome. I do it because I also need help to do many things, and I know how good it feels when someone helps you and you finally get things working.

    Now gets back to...
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    1) That's the very same configuration I used. No...

    1) That's the very same configuration I used. No differences except for:
    Pin 11 3. CE
    Pin 12 4. CSN

    (you used 9 and 10)... I honestly don't know about any other difference. And that shouldn't...
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    Tick, I'm still surprised you are having so many...

    Tick, I'm still surprised you are having so many problems. It works "out of the box" with the 3.3 regulator. I even soldered the teensy++ 2.0 to the module "on the air", I didn't even use a proper...
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    That's what I'm talking about. For example: The...

    That's what I'm talking about. For example: The pic 18f4550 does NOT work when connected to the nrf24l01 directly because it can only "interpret" signals around 0.8*5V (depending on the port) So even...
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    Can you post a pic of your teensy? To verify that...

    Can you post a pic of your teensy? To verify that you connected the right pins. Also, did you set the SS pin as output?

    I successfully used the teensy++2.0 in several ocasions. The only difference...
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    Updated original post with a new fork that fixes...

    Updated original post with a new fork that fixes a few problems with the maniacbug original implementation.
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    I updated the post with some extra information on...

    I updated the post with some extra information on the Octal addressing used by RF24Network for a multinode setup with parent and child nodes.
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    Paul, you are right. I work for a QA company, and...

    Paul, you are right. I work for a QA company, and I know the pain. I'm sorry I can't share the code. I'll try to reproduce it at home as soon as I get some spare time. I'll let you know if I find a...
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    Sorry. I thought it was a known issue or...

    Sorry. I thought it was a known issue or something like that:

    Serial.printf("%d %d %d %d %u\r\n",header.from_node,payload.id,payload.command,payload.pin,payload.data);

    payload and header are...
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    About Serial.printf.I get the following error: ...

    About Serial.printf.I get the following error:

    /home/user123/arduino-1.0.5/hardware/tools/arm-none-eabi/bin/../lib/gcc/arm-none-eabi/4.7.2/../../../../arm-none-eabi/bin/ld: section .progmem.data...
  15. whats the kbd shortcut to see compilation errors in detail

    What is the keyboard shortcut that opens a new window (similar to the serial monitor) and shows the compilation errors in detail?

    I've been using this feature for weeks, and now that I need it...
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    I updated the attached library. ManiacBug added...

    I updated the attached library. ManiacBug added one method to RF24.h, and you can't use RF24Network without it.
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    It depends... It says that it's free for personal...

    It depends... It says that it's free for personal projects, but what is the license for commercial usage? The license defines if the code is usable. So far it's easier to use Serial.println
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    UPDATE: I found your problem. That one is not my...

    UPDATE:
    I found your problem. That one is not my library. ManiacBug is the owner. He released it a long time ago.

    The Getting started example in his library uses lots of printf. Arduino for...
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    nRF24L01+ working in Teensy++ 2.0 and Teensy 3.0

    I got this module working and I wanted to share my experience so no one else has to fight with it.

    I'm currently using this fork that has some extra optimizations and fixes in general:...
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    I don't want to bring bad news, but I'm using...

    I don't want to bring bad news, but I'm using printf and all I get is:





    It only happens with Teensy 3. Teensy 2.0 compiles just fine.

    Here is the code if someone wants to give it a try:
  21. Thread: Why use HT12E?

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    Thanks. That clears it up. I supposed its purpose...

    Thanks. That clears it up. I supposed its purpose was to simplify things.

    Here is a page about getting "good" speeds with those things:
    http://www.romanblack.com/RF/cheapRFmodules.htm

    ...
  22. Thread: Why use HT12E?

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    Why use HT12E?

    Quick question. I was looking at some cheap RF 433Mhz transmitters-recievers. And saw a few people using HT12E encoders.

    Can anyone explain why they need it in simple words a newbie electronic...
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    I want to update this post to let everyone know...

    I want to update this post to let everyone know that I got my Teensy units! :D
    The support is awesome in this site.

    Thanks again!
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    Thanks Paul, I wrote her again. I hope there is...

    Thanks Paul, I wrote her again. I hope there is something we can to. I don't want to lose 2 Teensy3 units :(
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    Teensy 3 didn't arrive

    UPDATE: I got my units! PJRC support was awesome and very helpful.


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    The teensy is not visible, so I didn't take a...

    The teensy is not visible, so I didn't take a picture, but it's this controller with a USB connector instead of the game port connector.

    700
    like:
    701
    but with several extra features.
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    I created a joystick controller using 3 axis and...

    I created a joystick controller using 3 axis and a few buttons. It has automatic calibration, and dead zone detection.

    https://github.com/dc740/Game-port-to-USB-joystick-converter


    I used...
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