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Armindo

Very good!!! Thanks a lot.

polysysdelta


salaideva

will you please point where is the clock(84 MHz)? :smiley-eek:

Graynomad

There is no external 84MHz clock AFAIK, I think you can put a clock signal out a pin but I doubt it would be the full 84MHz, maybe but that would be such an uncommon requirement I don't think it's needed on the diagram.

Also running 84MHz out to those headers would be an exercise in futility I suspect,

If it exists I'm willing to listen to arguments though.

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Rob
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spicetraders

THX, just received my first DUE, sadly it is not working but will get another to replace.

Vaclav

It may have been noted - but...

Is is possible that I2C ports SAM designations port numbers only are reversed?
SCL1 reads  TWCK0
SDA1 reads  TWD0 

and the "no number" I2C SAM designators are TWCK1 and TWD1

cdan

Rob Gray, you saved me a great deal of time.
Excellent job, thx.

Vaclav

Very minute / minor observation
The "TX" LED ( below USB native port ) is green, not yellow as shown on schematic.


Wurstnase

#159
Apr 26, 2015, 11:23 pm Last Edit: Apr 28, 2015, 07:34 pm by Wurstnase
Great job!

tsester

Thanx a lot for the diagram :)

SicongLiu

Can I use the internal resistors of pin14~19 by pinMode(pin,INPUT_PULLUP)? Does DUE has internal resistor on these pins?

_pepe_

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Jul 15, 2015, 03:30 pm Last Edit: Jul 15, 2015, 03:32 pm by _pepe_
Can I use the internal resistors of pin14~19 by pinMode(pin,INPUT_PULLUP)? Does DUE has internal resistor on these pins?
Yes, you can activate internal resistors on these pins.

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