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<FONT SIZE=3> Fig.01 - FTDI </font> </span></center>
<P ALIGN="justify"> I used the Neil plates and designed my bridge version using the Eagle software. This board has a 3x2 socket to burn the boot loader. It was a little tedious to join the capacitor but in the end it was achieved, the size of the lane decreased.</a>
<P ALIGN="justify"> I used the Neil boards and designed my bridge version using the Eagle software. This board has a 3x2 socket to burn the boot loader. It was a little tedious to join the capacitor but in the end it was achieved, the size of the lane decreased.</a>
<center><span class="image main"><img src="week 14/c02.jpg" alt="Avatar" style="width: 700px"> <a> <FONT SIZE=3> <a href="week 14/Files/bridge.rar" download> Download Bridge </font> </a> <br>
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<FONT SIZE=3> Fig.03 - Bridge </font> </span></center>
<P ALIGN="justify"> It was verified that the rails are complete and went through to weld the design with flux. Upon completion, continuity was checked to avoid problems when burning the plate. </p>
<P ALIGN="justify"> It was verified that the rails are complete and went through to weld the design with solder. Upon completion, continuity was checked to avoid problems when burning the board. </p>
<center><span class="image main"><img src="week 14/b.jpeg" alt="Avatar" style="width: 250px">
<FONT SIZE=3> Fig.04 - Bridge </font> </span></center>
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<P ALIGN="justify"> I used the Neil plates and designed my version of nodes, in this opportunity I removed the FTDI entries. Each board has a 3x2 socket to burn the boot loader. </a>
<P ALIGN="justify"> I used the Neil boards and designed my version of nodes, in this opportunity I removed the FTDI entries. Each board has a 3x2 socket to burn the boot loader. </a>
<center><span class="image main"><img src="week 14/c03.jpg" alt="Avatar" style="width: 700px"> <a> <FONT SIZE=3> <a href="week 14/Files/nodo.rar" download> Download Node </font> </a> <br>
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<P ALIGN="justify"> It was verified that the rails are complete and went through to weld the design with flux. Upon completion, continuity was checked to avoid problems when burning the plate. One of them was not connected for lack of welding, adding a little flux on the pins solved the problem. </p>
<P ALIGN="justify"> It was verified that the rails are complete and went through to weld the design with solder. Upon completion, continuity was checked to avoid problems when burning the board. One of them was not connected for lack of welding, adding a little weld on the pins solved the problem. </p>
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<FONT SIZE=3> Fig.07 - Nodes </font> </span></center>
<P ALIGN="justify"> At the end of welding the plates, one went to burn one by one the bridge plates and the two nodes. With the help of the ISP, the bootloader was burned. </p>
<P ALIGN="justify"> At the end of welding the boards, one went to burn one by one the bridge boards and the two nodes. With the help of the ISP, the bootloader was burned. </p>
<center><span class="image main"><img src="week 14/isp.jpeg" alt="Avatar" style="width: 250px">
<FONT SIZE=3> Fig.08 - ISP </font> </span></center>
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<FONT SIZE=3> Fig.11 - Master </font> </span></center>
<P ALIGN="justify"> I will modify the Neil code to be able to perform new functions and connect them in a network to form a system. For this I will use the board <a href="file:///C:/Users/Danny/Desktop/danny-caparachin/week16.html">ATmega328 </a> that i designed in the week of interface & aplication programming. The serial pin in / out were added and new "ID" nodes will be defined to establish new functions. <br> I will use a plate that I found in the CIT laboratory, to show the functions of the LED</p>
<P ALIGN="justify"> I will modify the Neil code to be able to perform new functions and connect them in a network to form a system. For this I will use the board <a href="file:///C:/Users/Danny/Desktop/danny-caparachin/week16.html">ATmega328 </a> that i designed in the week of interface & aplication programming. The serial pin in / out were added and new "ID" nodes will be defined to establish new functions. <br> I will use a board that I found in the CIT laboratory, to show the functions of the LED</p>
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<FONT SIZE=3> Fig.12 - Definde LED, Port & Pins </font> </span></center>
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