Embedded Freaks..

About Me

I am an embedded engineer, and I was working in WSN (Wireless Sensor Network) field. This blog is my experience during my hard time working on sensor nodes. Currently I’m working at NXP Semiconductor as application engineer support for LPC series.

This blog is the result of my exploration in embedded field.

I hope you can learn from what I have done. Also, I would be very thankful if you have comments or experience that you’re willing to share with me.

Regards,

-daniel

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6 Comments »

  1. Hi young engineer. Nice posts.
    It’s nice to know that we’re not alone in the universe! šŸ™‚
    I’m close to become an IT engineer and I’m doing my dissertation on WSN.
    I’m working with Arduino, Java RXTX, and XBee

    Nice to meet u.
    See ya

    SpaghettiProgrammer

    Comment by SpaghettiProgrammer — October 6, 2008 @ 9:34 pm

  2. Hi Daniel,

    Any chance you can post a tutorial about communicating with a USB device under Windows and Java? šŸ™‚ RXTX is great but most devices nowadays use USB…

    Thanks,
    Gili

    Comment by Gili — February 13, 2009 @ 11:07 am

  3. Hi Gili,

    Thanks for the suggestion. I guess that would be the next challenge for me šŸ™‚ For now, I’m still chasing the linux (embedded linux and device driver programming). Sorry.

    Regards,
    -daniel

    Comment by kunilkuda — February 14, 2009 @ 9:40 am

  4. weh…
    teko suroboyo pisan mas yoooo…

    suwon mas tutorial rxtx ke…
    2 dino golek akhire ketemu nang kene…

    suwon mas yoooo…

    Comment by handendari — March 16, 2009 @ 12:09 pm

  5. This blog is really helpful for me

    Comment by Pulkit — February 8, 2010 @ 12:40 pm

  6. Please help me,

    I am working on a project aiming to detect a 5V external DC signal from USB port. For that I am using RS232/USB adaptor.

    I am writing java code using rxtx library and corresponding to that I am able to detect the port at which adaptor is attached

    and also able to open that port. But when I am passing the 5V signal to CTS pin and 0V to pin 5 of RS232 there is not any data detected.

    Measuring from multi-meter I got DCD pin of Rs232 to be high, each time I pass 5V signal. Is there any function to detect the status of DCD pin each time it is high.

    -Abhishek Shishodia

    Comment by Abhishek Shishodia — July 1, 2011 @ 3:13 pm


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