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Thanks a lot for that website! That really speeds up the most tedious part of coding these things!
Thanks for this, plan to buy one but there isnt much information online, and the "download software here" buttons on gearbest page are broken now... This guide is good though might actually get one.
hello, I was wondering if you ever managed to resolve this, I am also having problems compiling Avra, I got 1.2.3 installed fine but then found it used a different way of referencing what board you're using and the m328Pdef.inc file would not work on its own.1.3.0 just has an error in the when I run ./Build because it seems a directory is not created properly
I think they have to be "BF" labelled transistors, these are designed to work at radio frequencies. However if you can't find BF transistors in your country it may be because they are labelled differently.an NTE133 should do the job, but many other NTE labelled transistors will not work since it's just a company name so you'll have to look around at datasheets
Thank you so much, I've spent the whole day trying to get this thing to work and finally found this, now it's working no problems and I'm saved the headache of trying to return the damn thing. Honestly this is so straightforward and just worked immediately.
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