I posted this a while ago, but there have been some updates, plus a video, and code that works well-ish.
I have finished the first stage of my does-a-ton-of-stuff arduino project, which right now is just a
wireless spectrum analyzer, multimeter and oscilloscope. Basically, it is a
red cardboard sparkfun box
breadboard (box broke) with an LCD (http://www.sparkfun.com/products/10168
) and a button on the front . Inside, there is an arduino, a sparkfun logic level converter (i was too lazy to wire up the mosfets myself http://www.sparkfun.com/products/8745
), a cywm6935 radio (AGH 2mm pins!! http://www.mouser.com/ProductDetail/Cypress-Semiconductor/CYWM6935/?qs=eg8mrW3YyI52eYLXBaGRLQ%3D%3D
), and these to connect to it: http://www.sparkfun.com/products/8732
. Eventually, i want it to be a nice portable tool that prevents me from having to buy many seperate tools or an expensive multi-function one like the dso nano (but if I had $90 believe me, i would buy it in a nanosecond), plus i made it, which is always fun. The code is below, any ideas for what else i should make it do?
Heres the video:youtube.com/watch?v=fKIXmWpsmYs
and the (lengthy, poorly documented) code is coming in the next few posts.