Arduino Due 2

This is my second post for the Arduino Due. Porting my experiments to the Due poses interesting challenges. I already looked into the pin mapping issues with the Knight Rider 2 experiment. This time I tackle something more challenging: how to replace the msTimer2 Library. I will investigate this with the Lighthouses 2 experiment.

You may wonder why I investigate this stuff. After all the experiments work fine with a standard Arduino. Do they? Really? Well, all but the DCF77 stuff. Here I always feel that I need a little bit more power. Hence I am now paving the way. Once I learn enough about the Due Platform I will port my DCF77 library to the Due. Once this is done I will see how I can leverage the Due to get even more out of my library 😉

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