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bio website bharath.lohray.com
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Jan
8
comment Are the Bluetooth and Wi-Fi MAC addresses assigned in the same address space?
Could you give me an example of a gateway that bridges a Bluetooth and LAN / WLAN? I could not find any. Thank you for the answer :-)
Jan
8
comment Are the Bluetooth and Wi-Fi MAC addresses assigned in the same address space?
If MACs were reused - by say a student working on a project, can there be a possible collision between Bluetooth, WLAN and ethernet?
Sep
1
comment Mounting NFS in Cygwin
It has been excluded from Windows 8 :-(
May
2
comment How can I make a computer behave as a Bluetooth headset
imx.solid-run.com/wiki/index.php?title=CuBox-i_Hardware The CuBox-i has bluetooth 2.1 Is this considered a LP? Will this ( amazon.com/… )device work?
May
2
comment How can I make a computer behave as a Bluetooth headset
Yes. my computers do have Bluetooth capabilities.
Apr
8
comment Adapter to turn wired USB keyboard wireless?
"...make a Frankenstein keyboard..." That is hilarious!
Feb
2
comment Join mp4 files in linux
That answer does not answer - how to concatenate mp4 with avconv
Feb
1
comment Join mp4 files in linux
*** THIS PROGRAM IS DEPRECATED *** This program is only provided for compatibility and will be removed in a future release. Please use avconv instead. is a message I see now on running ffmpeg
Jan
27
comment How is GPS information stored in a RAW file?
No :-(. While useful, it does not help me parse the unsigned int [32] that I am dealing with.
Nov
15
comment How do I set the priority of network connections in Ubuntu?
@PraveenSripati - I don't believe you gave a 100 of your hard earned rep for such an answer - technically correct, but does not help you or me. :-( I am looking for a specific command as well.
Oct
19
comment File Explorer crashes
This did not work for me.
Sep
19
comment Tool to put text on desktop wallpaper
Makes a mess of the wallpapers on 7 & 8
Aug
10
comment Interpreting sensor names
Yes. The thread is mine :-). And since February 2013, I still have just a few names.
Mar
1
comment Two-page view in full screen for Adobe Acrobat
Similar solution also works on Foxit Reader.
Dec
8
comment What is the minimum delay between two consecutive RS232 frames?
That is true. I am having trouble with the transmission. But that does not mean my receiver is perfect. I am sure there are problems that I have not detected. I did not know of the 16x receiver clock. I had thought of something similar, but did not implement it as it would take a lot more hardware. I might try 4x.
Dec
7
comment What is the minimum delay between two consecutive RS232 frames?
Using an FPGA, I have little control of the raise time or the fall time. Also, I am not attempting to implement the EIA/RS232C specification. What I can reasonably do an an FPGA is a serdes. Example code provided by the vendor works just fine - so I rule out analog trouble. Although example codes do not dump single characters as fast as the hardware possibly could.
Dec
7
comment What is the minimum delay between two consecutive RS232 frames?
Okay, I had a free running baud rate generator. May be I should try to reset the counter in the generator on detecting a start bit. But this is not my problem - the computer is going out of sync, not the receiving FPGA (not stress tested yet).
Dec
6
comment What is the minimum delay between two consecutive RS232 frames?
It just occurred to me that I get the same problem whether I use the IO pins to connect to a USB TTL UART module (ebay.com/itm/…) or the onboard USB UART. Can I eliminate signal jitters?
Dec
6
comment What is the minimum delay between two consecutive RS232 frames?
This is my first revision of the UART. I have not yet implemented a FIFO or anything fancy. Just a Serializer and Deserializer.
Dec
6
comment What is the minimum delay between two consecutive RS232 frames?
This makes it look easy to get out of sync if I have one start and one stop bit. Practically, my stop bit is a little bit longer as the serializer it loads the next byte in. I used a logic analyzer. I do not have an oscilloscope :-( But the FPGA and the board are designed to operate up to 400 MHz (digilentinc.com/Products/…)