Questions tagged [.net-micro-framework]

The .NET Micro Framework (NETMF) is an open source .NET platform for resource-constrained devices with at least 256 KBytes of flash and 64 KBytes of RAM. It includes a small version of the .NET CLR and supports development in C#, Visual Basic .NET, and debugging (in an emulator or on hardware) using Microsoft Visual Studio. It also features a subset of the .NET base class libraries and additional libraries specific to embedded applications.

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Atmel SPI Serial EEPROM Writing Error - Page Write?

I'm using this EEPROM: Atmel AT25640B SPI EEPROM DATASHEET It seems pretty straight forward to operate and I've followed the datasheet closely when coding my driver. I seemed to have some success ...
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Sending and receiving data from c# to PIC167F877A [closed]

Good day! I am a computer engineering student. We are currently creating our thesis project, wherein we use pic16 as our microcontroller. We are really having a hard time on how to receive data from c#...
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Netduino Plus 2 use built-in usb for communication

I want to use a Netduino Plus 2 for a commercial product. The thing is that this product is required to be able to communicate with a PC over USB and I want to know if there is a way for me the use ...
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Microchip programming with network connectivity

Back in my college days (which is about 3 years ago) we used to do some microchip programming. I've always enjoyed programming those things. Now I'm thinking about buying such things to make me enjoy ...
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Controller that supports multiple LCDs, ideally up to 5

Are there any controllers that support multiple LCDs? Ideally I'd like to connect up to 5 LCDs to a single controller. The sort of LCDs I'm mainly interested in are smallish units around 320 x 240 ...
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Micro-Controller Operating System with GUI

I'm looking for embedded OS for w micro-controller, it's not clear until now for me what'll be the controller type, but my first priority is to found an OS with GUI can be written in C# or any .NET ...
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SPI transfer doesn't quite work on Netduino -> led driver

I have a TLC5916 led driver (manual here) that can power 8 LEDs as commanded through SPI by a microcontroller. The writing end of the SPI is a Fez Panda (.NET MicroFramework) uC. When I send data, I ...
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How easy it is to order bulk customized .NET MicroFramework compatible boards from China?

I'm starting developing .NET MicroFramework with Netduino. My softwares are not rebotic oriented, they are mostly related to reproducing video and related stuff. (I know that in order to reproduce ...
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How cheap could a .NETMF board be w/Ethernet

I'm getting started with .NETMF and was wondering, what is the cheapest .NETMF board could be developed for, assuming it only has an ethernet jack and lwIP stack for TCP & UDP support? The code ...
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Create router using .NET MicroFramework

I'm really interested in getting started with embedded software development. Since I already understand OS internals and computer architecture, I'm thinking of starting with .NET MicroFramework (mf) ...
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Looking for a USB/PCI controller that can replace a physical switch

I am looking for a component that I can drop into a circuit that will replace the functionality of a physical switch so that I can control it via computer, preferably via a standard interface (USB or ...
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Temperature logging setup for refrigerator

I've been having some issues with my refrigerator lately, and so I've been imagining some kind of temperature logging system. I want it to log the temperature every 5(?) seconds, door open/close ...
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13-bit 2's Complement on .Net MF

I am using an ADXL345 triple axis accelerometer via a FEZmini1.3 .Net Micro Framework board in a project I am busy with. The ADXL345 provides data in 13-bit 2's complement. How do you decode this ...
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IMU (ADXL345 & ITG3200). Triple Axis Filter

I am building a TriCopter based on the FEZmini .Net Micro Framework. I have an ADXL345 triple axis Accelerometer and an ITG3200 triple axis Gyro which I am interfacing via I2C. I am able to get data ...
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Is there a cheap alternative to AVRs that can run the .Net Micro Framework?

Recently, I purchased a FEZ Panda and I've done some pretty cool stuff with it. Well, cool to me anyway. I recently had some ideas for things to do with LEDs and wanted to share them as kits. I see a ...
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How does the proposed Microsoft .NET Gageteer compare to other systems?

I'm a .NET developer interested in the .NET Gadgeteer. Based on what's public, how does it compare to other devices? If you're interested, here is a Channel9 video that shows you how to use VS2010 ...
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How to develop for .NET Micro Framework on Linux?

Is there an IDE which will allow me to develop for the .net Micro Framework on Linux? Maybe MonoDevelop?
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Can someone give me a basic parts list of required items for .net micro framework development?

assuming I have already purchased a .net mf board such as a tahoe II, what other items are required? Obviously sensors will vary on the projects I'm doing, but what stuff will I need for every ...
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Which board is better overall for .net mf development, the Tahoe 2 or the GHI EMX module?

Which board is better overall for .net mf development, the Tahoe 2 or the GHI EMX module? Tahoe 2 GHI EMX I'm looking at a general purpose board for plugging in different types of sensors (at once)...
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How can I persist data onto the Netduino?

Mainly, I want to persist data onto the onboard Netduino memory (if there is any?) without hooking anything else up. The idea is that I either read the data back in the next time the Netduino is ...
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What are the .NET Micro Framework ready systems available?

Once I heard of Netduino I began to wonder which other systems would provide the same features: Processor and Memory Micro .NET Framework ready USB interface Cheap Portable
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Arduino / Processing versus .NET Micro Framework? Best language? Best hardware?

I've been messing around with Arduino for a while now, and I'm in the process of moving from beginner to intermediate. I'd like some opinions on the .NET Micro Framework, in terms of performance and ...