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 on: December 08, 2012, 12:23:41 PM 
Started by Graynomad - Last post by Graynomad
Yep that's the new style, partly because that's the best background I could get on the new blog

http://ardweenet.blogspot.com.au/

and I wanted to have (as far as possible) the same look and feel between the blog, site and forum.


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 on: December 08, 2012, 12:16:21 PM 
Started by Graynomad - Last post by Paul Alting
Is that a new style for the logo at the top of the forum page Rob, and the nice 'gray'ish' background?
I like the looks of it very much.

Paul

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 on: November 29, 2012, 02:14:09 PM 
Started by Graynomad - Last post by Graynomad
It looks like I'm settling on the CAN 15-bit CRC algorithm with the 0x62CC polynomial.

This is optimised for small data packet sizes and has a hamming distance of 6 (up to 5 corrupted bits detected) for data between 64 and 112 bits. As the checked part of an ArdweeeNET frame is 96 bits in length this is a good match.

This does however mean using software to generate the CRC as opposed to using the LPC's built-in hardware CRC generator. Probably a price worth paying to get the best CRC.

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 on: November 29, 2012, 01:49:07 AM 
Started by Graynomad - Last post by Graynomad
I've grabbed the following domains for use by the ArdweeNET project

www.ardweenet.com
www.ardweenet.net

Don't bother going there yet though.

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 on: November 29, 2012, 01:47:11 AM 
Started by Graynomad - Last post by Graynomad
There is currently a "website" which is part of my main site.

ardweenet.robgray.com

I'll be moving this to it's own domain before long.

EDIT: Moved

ardweenet.com

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 on: November 28, 2012, 01:38:05 PM 
Started by Graynomad - Last post by Graynomad
At some point I see a slick-looking GUI for an ArdweeNET network. This is not a trivial project so maybe some discussion can be held here.

For example what platform? In the past I've always liked the idea of a custom LCD with controller etc. But that make absolutely no sense in the day of $50 tablet computers. Currently I'm thinking Android tablets, but there are a lot of options out there.

And what should a GUI do? Maybe interrogate the network and display nodes and IO modules connected. Maybe talk directly to a node's processor in "monitor mode". Maybe remote flashing of application processors.

At this point it's totally open.

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 on: November 28, 2012, 01:07:36 PM 
Started by Graynomad - Last post by Graynomad
This forum is for those interested in the ArdweeNET project, it's just been started so there's really nothing here at present.

For the time being new users cannot be created by anyone except admin, this is because of the prevalence of spammers and frankly life's too short for me to spend time sorting out all those @rsholes.

That said I welcome people with a genuine interest so if you want to join in email me with your preferred user name and I'll set up an account for you.

Also if you think a new categories is needed let me know.

______
Rob

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 on: November 28, 2012, 01:00:37 PM 
Started by Graynomad - Last post by Graynomad
ArdweeMODs are small IO modules designed to plug into an ArdweeNODE.

This section is for discussions about their design, interfaces, proposed modules etc.

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 on: November 15, 2011, 09:47:16 AM 
Started by Graynomad - Last post by Graynomad
This section of the forum is brand new as I've just totally redesigned BUSnet into ArdweeNET.

I have closed the forum to new members for the time being because there is too much spam and I'm often out of touch for days at a time and can't delete them.

There is a special login you can use though if you feel the urge to comment

User: ardweenet
Password: ardweenet

Feel free to use that and if you're keen email me (rob@robgray.com) and I'll set up an account for you.


Rob

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 on: November 13, 2011, 02:16:50 PM 
Started by Graynomad - Last post by Graynomad
As of October 2011 the BUSnet design underwent a major change (and rename to ArdweeNET), from master-slave to multi-master, and from bus to ring topology.

This means that all the current posts on the forum probably have no meaning with regard to the current design.

So most (all?) of the discussions on this part of the forum are redundant. Future discussions should be on the ArdweeNET section but I'll leave this board here for the time being.

Rob

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