I have been hijacked by travel and other priorities recently, but it is important to keep progressing.
This update demonstrates the PSoC4 Bluetooth terminal. The software handles both keyboard transmit and Bluetooth reception.
Now that the PCB and software are tested and working, it only needs some keycaps and a case to be a complete Bluetooth terminal.
Now I get to tackle the micro:bit version of this keyboard knowing that the PSoC and all buttons are under control.
- the micro:bit keyboard
- how Stirling engines work
- start connecting some sensors to the PSoC6
- designing the sensor interface PCB
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