To be completed by Tuesday, July 14th, this exercise should familiarize you with the mRF wireless system and the design of unique circuitry including various sensors.
PART 1: NO WIRES
1.1 - Find a partner.
1.2 - Program your microcontroller to send one single-byte packet to your partner's microcontroller when you press a button.
1.3 - When your microcontroller receives a packet, it should flash the red onboard LED the number of times specified by the value of the packet.
1.4 - Super excited about your work, demonstrate your ability to one of the TAs. To check your code, we will send a packet of length: 1 to address 0x11. This packet will indicate the number of times the red LED should flash.
PART 2: REMOTE
2.1 - Get your line follower from A4.
2.2 - Design and breadboard a wireless remote control to allow you to drive your line follower. You can use a benchtop power supply.
2.3 - Demonstrate your remote-controlled robot to one of the TAs.
mRF Wireless Notes
mRF Page and Libraries
mBUS Library NOTE: For this assignment you will not need to solder a header onto the m2 as described on the mBUS page. Instead, we will be using the header attached to the mX board behind the m2.
For mac users: If you having issues adding the .o files to your make file, try adding a: $ between the .o file names instead of a comma.
|Name||Address (Hex Value 0xXX)|
|Eric Y. C.||1A|
|Tsz Kwan L.||3E|