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In Topic: SIO Wifi modem with esp8266

Sun Oct 7, 2018 12:19 PM

Just  a remark, it will not be easy to bit-bang the pia to generate or read serial data.
 
I had to wire my ESP8266 to joystick-port-1 to get it from a weird 135kbaud uart setting back to life.
Needed to disable NMI/IRQ, kill antic and start sending/shifting on the exact same scan-line.
I used ROL to shift bytes out, were TX was bit-0.
Otherwise, the outgoing bits were not evenly spaced.
But I guess on much lower baud-rates, this is less critical.
Bytes need to be send out most significant bit first, start-bit is zero.
 
success with this little project :-)

this is why I am looking for the MPP 1000e pinouts. The serial driver has already been written. Very low speed but I don't care about that.

In Topic: SIO Wifi modem with esp8266

Fri Oct 5, 2018 1:17 PM

I have a question but it's not related to the topic, 'SIO WiFi modem for ESP8266'.

 

For fun I would like to connect one of my spare ESP8266 dev boards (NodeMCU clone board) to a joystick port ala MPP 1000E modem. 

 

Does anyone have the pinout for this joystick port connected modem?   

 

I thought it was pins Joy2-1 and Joy2-4 for TX and RX (or vice versa) because this worked as a loopback but no luck with the dev board.

 

-SteveS


In Topic: Question about Action array size

Fri Sep 21, 2018 4:25 PM

BYTE arrays (and alias CHAR arrays) are Action!'s means of doing strings.   The 0th element contains the string length, 0 to 255.

 

That said, there's not really any bounds checking in Action!.   I would think it would allocate whatever amount of space you specified. Odd that it doesn't seem to do so in your case.


In Topic: SIO Wifi modem with esp8266

Fri Sep 21, 2018 4:16 PM

dropbox, now that you are connected AT&H should reveal the v3.4 help document.

 

Er, that's Dropcheck.  Sorry.  I'm used to typing 'dropbox'


In Topic: SIO Wifi modem with esp8266

Sun Sep 16, 2018 5:47 PM

I have a question:

 

For those who have added RVerter logic to their modules, ESP-1 or nodeMCU/lolin/wemos dev board, have you confirmed that the wifi modem that you created plays nice with real drives?

 

-SteveS