This article describes Queue Data Structures previously written in the Python Queue Data Structure article and is frequently used with the MicroPython example, but this article is written in C via Arduino IDE to use with microcontroller board LGT8F328P, SAM-D21, ESP8266, ESP32 and ESP32-S2 as shown in Figure 1 by using an example of the array structure and a single link list as a queued data structure. This article is probably the last article on JarutEx.Read More
This article describes a stack data structure to write programs in C on various platforms using a single linked list data structure as a stack data store with examples of the array as storage and test the operation with the microcontroller board LGT8F328P, SAM-D21, ESP8266, ESP32 and ESP32-S2 as shown in Figures 1 and 2. In case of wanting to use with other platforms, you can still modify the code for use such as the same.Read More
This article describes the use of the ST7735s module with the ESP32-S2 microcontroller via the TFT_eSPI library. We have previously discussed its implementation with the ESP32 and STM32F103C microcontrollers, and the chosen TFT module as REDTAB80x160 (added code for GREENTAB80x160 at the end of the article), but you can adjust the settings to other modules, see the User_Setup.h file of the TFT_eSPI library as shown in Figure 1.Read More
From the article recommending the use of the board STM32F030F4P6 that uses serial communication with the use of additional libraries that do not have enough memory. So we try to use SoftwareSerial of Arduino framework and use pins PA10 and PA9 to connect to RX and TX of USB-RS232 Converter Module as shown in Figure 1 and try to use it according to the settings of Arduino IDE as shown in Figure 2 and order toggle LED connected to pin PA4 found that when compiling the sample program is used, the ROM and RAM usage are 80% and 21% respectively as reported by the Arduino IDE as follows.
Sketch uses 13188 bytes (80%) of program storage space. Maximum is 16384 bytes. Global variables use 876 bytes (21%) of dynamic memory, leaving 3220 bytes for local variables. Maximum is 4096 bytes.
From the article Singly Linked List Data Structures, the use of the DHT11 sensor module with the STM32F103 microcontroller, and the use of the TFT display module based on the st7735s controller, the idea of this article is to take an example of using a singly linked list data structure to collect the temperature and humidity values to find the maximum, minimum, average, together with the data in the list to display in the form of a graph as shown in Figure 1.Read More
This article is about programming C/C++ with Arduino Nano, Arduino Uno, LGT8F328P or other boards with C-capable platforms. A pointer is used to point to a memory address and memory management methods, including memory reservation memory access and deactivating the use of memory to create a method for storing data in a Single Linked List along with an example program used to store a list of temperature and humidity values from the DHT11 module as shown in Figure 1.Read More
From reading articles on how to use board STM32L432 ADC and articles about STM32F103x connecting to ST7735S, it’s time to take STM32F103CBT6 or Blue-Pill/Black-Pill board. Let’s write a program to use ADC to display on a TFT screen. The example of the result of this article is as shown in Figure 1, which is reading from Pin PA0 that has been connected to Pin Analog signal from Board LDR in Figure 2 to Displayed on a TFT display.Read More
After testing the DAC and ADC of both the ESP32, SAM-D21, LGT8F328P and STM32L432KC, This time, it’s the time of the ESP32-S2 that we have. The test performance is still the same as before using the DAC. Three types of waves are sent out: zigzag, triangular, and sine waves and connect to the ADC pin to read the value and test the graph to see what it looks like.
In this experiment, DAC1 is connected to the ADC as shown in Figure 1. The ESP32-S2 has 2 ports of 8-bit DAC called DAC1 and DAC2. The ADC has a 12-bit resolution, which is seen to have the same properties as the ESP32, but whether the results are the same or not, you can tell that they are probably different because they use different microcontrollers. The ESP32-S2 uses the same one as the ESP32-S3 with only one core and no BLE.Read More
This article is an example of using nathalis‘s ESP32 Soft Host to try and test it on an OLED display with a resolution of 128×64 dots as shown in Figure 1 to receive data from a keyboard or mouse, it uses only a few GPIO pins but receives data from a keyboard with a large number of keys. Normally, the ESP32 microcontroller does not support a direct USB connection, so it requires programming by using a timer to check the status of the pins D- and D+ to be assembled into data at the byte level and assembled into packs of data for further interpretation.Read More