Re: No XMIT, No Recv #v6

Jerry Gaffke

That EEPROM thing is inside the ATMega328P processor chip used on the Nano.
It's 512 bytes a of a special kind of memory that that is easy to write to,
but sticks around when power is off.


On Wed, Jan 15, 2020 at 07:28 AM, <k7ome@...> wrote:
The problem was the calibration value that was stored in the EEPROM (where ever that thing may be).

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