Re: uBITX rotary enconder
I know this is an pretty old post but I have some info that might help others too. I have been playing with a modified version of that exact code on Jim's (W0EB) wonderful BITeensio board with a Teensy 3.6 processor, and I'm able to read my 1024ppr optical encoder pretty much as fast as I can spin it. The 1024ppr encoder is pretty useless for the uBitx unless I added routines to divide the ppr (way)down, but I also have several ENA1J-B28-L00128L encoders which I do plan on using in my uBitx. These are very nice and have square wave output and no de-bounce needed. Now I just need to figure out how to replace the existing encoder non-interrupt based routine with this code..toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
On Wed, Feb 7, 2018 at 12:01 PM, Michael Monteith wrote:
After I saw the post and responses I was wondering too. I ran across this that might help. If nothing else it helps with doing fast digital writes.
John - N0CTL - Fulltime RV in a 40' motorhome