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The New Lab .i

Posted by phoenixcomm Top Member Jun 23, 2019
Well, I finely sort of moved into my new digs. And I have nice blank space to install my lab, and office desk in one room with out all the junk, as I now have a garage where I will keep my shop for construction. Having the shop will keep all the drills, grinder, sander, Band Saw, and Drill Press out of my Lab!   As you see all I up in the office so far in the desktops which are hollow-core doors, my tool box, and my network infrastructure. Unfortunately I have to subscribe to the bandit ...
Here is what the current interface is; I have installed the prototype cards into an ATR.poly slave. It has 2 RJ45 for the RS-485 which is almost wired pin for pin. I use T-586B for my RJ45 (yellow RS-485) links downstream and upstream, as well as 2 DB-25 Wire-Wrap tails installed along one of the long sides. I have also mounted an RS-485 to Android Converter which has been installed into two small female headers (these will be standard on the PCB).  The photo on the right below was my funct ...
Well, it's about time to play catch up with everybody.  So here is my "State of the NexGen", and to tell you what's going on in my rabid brain. The big news which I sort of leaked a few days ago with my Roadmaps! We have almost nailed down the prototype JAVA code for the Radio Sub System I/O Processor or RSSioP for short. So, for now, let us just call it the IOP. This box as gone through a Metamorphosis of sorts. Some of this code was in fact in my Simulator code when I rewrote it into C, ...