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Probably not, since we've got a good template from PhilE at the RPF and we can always ask Phil for help.karrika wrote: Would it be a big job to rebuild DTS/DTB?
As mentioned there is an example for SPI0 from the Compute Module Attaching & Enabling Peripherals Guide atjdb wrote:Not many. It's more limited than SPI0, though.
- The SPI1 clock is derived from the system clock therefore you have to be careful when over/underclocking to set the right divisor
- Limited IRQ support, no thresholding on the FIFO except "TX empty" or "done".
- No DMA support (no peripheral DREQ)
Good idea.karrika wrote: I add a low profile SMD 10 position DIP switch. For SPI0 toggle 1,2,3,4,5 on and 6,7,8,9,10 off, For SPI1 1,2,3,4,5 off and 6,7,8,9,10 on. I put instructions on the silk screen
http://www.dx.com/p/micro-usb-to-3-port ... ite-4072656by9 wrote:Where have you found this €6 adapter? It sounds quite useful, even if it does under cut your project as originally conceived.
karrika wrote:After the revealing of a 3-port USB plus Ethernet for €6 with free shipping it is a bit pointless to continue with the PiZero Ethernet pHAT. I mean the shipping charge for a mini-parcel alone from Finland to UK is €6.50. And this does not include the envelope.
I have no clue of how it is even possible to create electronics for nothing and ship stuff over the planet for free. Reminds me of that fat guy. What was his name?
Aah... Santa Claus!
PS. If you feel like this would have been a nice idea for some other reasons I could make a small run of just the plain PCB's without any connectors, screws etc.
Why not MyHATtoKarrika, you deserve it. Nice job. Looking forward to seeing the first production units.karrika wrote:What would be a good name for this board?
karrika wrote:ZeroHAT, I like it.
It sound less evil than OneHAT.
"OneHAT to rule them all, OneHAT to find them,
OneHAT to bring them all and in the darkness bind them"