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Improving Process Quality

Last month I made my dcf77 library an official Arudino library. Of course it now starts to gather even more attention than in the past. Hence I figured that I will not introduce more features but will focus on improving … Continue reading

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The DCF77 Library Pi Release

You might have noticed that I did not blog for a long time. But now I proudly present release 3.1.4 (aka the pi release) of my DCF77 library. What’s new: First of all it now supports an 8 MHz clock … Continue reading

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Improving Quality

As you might have noticed I now have merged Gavin’s MSF code into my development branch at Github. So far I did not put it into the master branch as part of a release. The point is that I still … Continue reading

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MSF Support at the Horizon

This month I received the biggest contribution to my library so far. Gavin Andrews issued a github pull request for MSF support. Unfortunately I am completely unable to merge it in for the strangest reason ever. After my upgrade to … Continue reading

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DCF77 Library Release 3.0.0

This month I will only publish a blog post but no new article. This is because I have put some enormous efforts into getting release 3.0.0 of my DCF77 library out. This release got a complete overhaul of the internals. … Continue reading

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Leap Second and Peek Preview

This month I improved my superfilter design. It turns out that some people seem to really like this filter. I also received some very helpful feedback from J. J. Van Den Berg. He found some really strange behaviour with the … Continue reading

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Super Filter Reloaded

Seems that my Super Filter is more useful than I expected when I created it. Actually I only created it because it was so easy. Well, unfortunately it fell short of the expectations some people had about it. Special thanks … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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Blinkenlight vs Arduino Due

Last Christmas I bought myself an Arduino Due. Now I have to port all my stuff to it. Well, at least some of it. First of all I plugged a Blinkenlight Shield into it to verfiy that it is actually … Continue reading

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In Praise of the GOTO Statement

My “electro mechanical” time switch raised quite some interest. One of my reader would even like to buy one. Sorry guys, if you want such a product someone has to help me to get it where it would actually make … Continue reading

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