1. @Jackson Paddock

  2. @Jinyue zhu

  3. @David Burnett

  4. @Austin Patel

  5. @Eric Tsang

  6. @jesscia Malow

  7. @Felipe Campos

  8. @Kristofer PISTER

  9. @Trifun Savic

  10. @Said Alvarado-Marin

  11. @Thomas Watteyne

  12. @Tengfei Chang


  • Update on @Jinyue zhu

    • using the nRF5340 to implement the 3 wire programming

      • @Thomas Watteyne we should using the timer to arm when to sending each bits, rather than using while loop.

    • @Austin Patel Does nRF5340 PDK provide 1.5 and 3.3 voltage for SCuM?

    • nRF5340 support both IEEE802.15.4 and BLE

    • Have a better workable optic programmer is cool, along side with 3 wire programming. Also it’s worth to have for project like hornet tracking.

    • Ideally, we only need one cable to be connected the nRF5340 PKD + SCuM dev board

    • The nRF52840 DK is recommended over nRF5340 PDK

    • We need make sure if there is a way for nRF5340 provide voltage to 1.8 or 1.5 V voltage.

    • @Said Alvarado-Marin the chip provides a register to control the output voltage of the board.

    • We need make sure the board doesn’t start with a voltage higher than 1.8/1.5 V voltage.

    • @Austin Patel Will the UART work with 1.5/1.8 V voltage?

  • @Said Alvarado-Marin shows the prototype of DotBot V1.1

    • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kglkqFQ6poM

  • @Austin Patel show the gripper with SCuM

    • The gripper will trigger the movement when a packet is received from an OpenMote.

    • There is a space for SCuM on the gripper board, which will be integrated in future.