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Hi Yanny,Thank you for the nice tutorial. I recently purchased two Spyder-UART modules and connected them as instructed. I'm using two MCUs (one MCU is programmed to send data at 9600bps and the other one is programmed to receive data at 9600bps and turn on/off leds based on the data received). The two MCUs when connected directly to each other are able to communicate properly, however, interfacing them with Spyder UART module as instructed does not work. Do I need to set something to get the communication started?ThanksMayank
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Very nice!!! thanks for share
Wire.h have updated names of some methods. You need to change it in your Si4703_Breakout.cpp too:receive() change to: read()send() change to: write()Also instead of #include <WProgram.h> you should change to #include <Arduino.h>. I hope it helped.Giedrius
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When I try to compile the code above, I get many warnings on Wire.h such as "libraries\Si4703_Breakout\Si4703_Breakout.cpp:184:10: error: 'class TwoWire' has no member named 'send"Wire.send(high_byte); //Upper 8 bits *Is there a different Wire.h than the one included with the latest Arduino install? Thanks in advance for any help you can provide.Kevin
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