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count me in!
Hey guys, I was wondering, which microcontroller or FPGA if any is preferred for satellite applications? i.e. cubesat.
Drop the price and we talk.
Thank you all for all the info on both :D
I'm talking about more "satellite" oriented projects. Including BalloonSat/CubeSat projects.
Can you give me an example of something that could be achieve with the Prop and not with the Arduino? Keeping it relatively simple.
But you can compare it to a prop proto board.
I'm trying to change my college mindset of "Arduino" rocks, but I can't go on with simples "Hey I like the propeller" comments for them to change their mindset, if you know what I mean?
So is there no parallax product that can be compared in specs and price to the arduino?
Ok this is my dilenma, in my college they adopted the arduino because its good and cheap. I'm trying to convince them that the Propeller is better than the AVR. Comparing a AVR Proto Board or Arduino...
Is there any comparison chart between them two?
Can someone link me to the full specs of the Prop II?
I may seem dumb (and no I didn't read the whole thing :( ). But what is the real purpose of this?
Is there any syntax reference book like the one for PBASIC for the propeller? Either for Spin or PASM? Or any other supported language?
Wow that is very nice, I'm looking for something that I can attach the breadboard that comes with the kit to.
Has anyone encased their propeller education kit on a project box?
where do you buy them from ?
Advice, I would be really mad to get my PDB or any other boards damaged thanks to improper storage!
When is it coming out..?
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Hey, where do you guys usually store your boards?
Nothing as of know, but it looks like a nice board!!
count me in? :-D
Wow, that is very interesting, can you/or did you? upload how to do the jammer to completed projects? I would like to test that out myself.