Maybe AX.25 has its place in this story... I'd definitely take a couple of hours and google for its fesibility in this context...rushila wrote:computer ethernet ---> raspberry pi for FSK ---->another raspberry for demodulation-----> receive the signal on another computer
Trust is good, control is better...ame wrote:It would be be far better to simply trust the person you hired to do the job.
No power switching elements exist on USB power rail, therefore the mouse (USB devices) always receive power.LeonH wrote:It seem like there is no power going to the mouse because the mouse light is not on and I cannot move it on the screen.
How do you find out that the IP gets "lost" ?Dylannahum wrote:after of a moment short the raspberry lost the IP Address
If you pick barcode printer with serial port interface, then you're 100% sure it can work with RasPi.Vespi wrote:the printer however i feel may be a problem, as i am not sure how well this would interact without a windows based os,
Multiplexer chips.Chubak wrote:USB hubs really slow down the data transfer. Are there any alternatives to expand the chip's inputs?
Uncle Google quickly returned the link that contains very good generic explanation:litoy2x wrote:any recommended reference you could share?
It is hard to discuss with people who can't believe to facts in the first attempt...jphuc96 wrote:thanks for a really hopeful plan b ^^
If expected amount of records is small (eg. hundred or so), then this could be the option. Otherwise, start thinking about a database.namanvaidya25 wrote:I was thinking of storing string data in array and then comparing it.
The dongle.TLlew3 wrote:Would that be the Pi or the 3g dongle?FLYFISH TECHNOLOGIES wrote: Putting the device in sleep mode