Re: PiZeroW Controlling a uBitx
Diver Martin <diver.martin@...>
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Arv, yeah, the susceptibility of the zeroW to the RF would probably be the hardest part.
I was discussing this with another friend, and another major issue came up: Sourcing the damned things. You can buy them onsie-twosie as a private party from the likes of adafruit/etc, but buying 100 for a build (or 1000 if one went to something like the current uBitx build volumes) is more difficult. So either each person buys their own (Add $6 shipping to that $10), or you gotta deal with the logistics. Meh.
Still an interesting idea though the horsepower that's available... (Integrating the MCU off a teensy3.2 would be cheap & easy if it weren't for the $8 one pays for the bootloader from pjrc, but then it wouldn't be arduino / teensyduino compatible).
On Sun, Jan 28, 2018 at 10:02 PM, Arv Evans <arvid.evans@...> wrote: