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Page 1 of 7 123 ... Last Jump to page: Results 1 to 10 of 65 Thread: Odd problem with Core Device Interface (seems to impact both Color Sensor and ODS) Thread Tools Show Printable Version Subscribe I'll have to dig in more and perhaps learn enough Java to do some testing of my own (I'm curious about this myself). Post your Questions about Judging and Awards Criteria Here: Archive - Bowled Over! http://gamesversion.com/odd-problem/odd-problem-i-m-having-with-xp.php

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I have a cooperative task block reading the I2C sensor at the rate of my choosing and when the caller calls for data, I returned the data in my cache. They had << 1ms average before adding the sleep(5). For the life of me I can't understand how the router isn't assigning the IP address.

Sorry, there was a problem flagging this post. How many samples were they taking and how many were they seeing white on when successfully detecting the line? When doing this, I get an OK button, a Cancel button, General tab, then a Certificates button, and then it says "No other links or form fields." So what is missing Occasionally (but with too high of a frequency to ignore) their robot would miss the white line.

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I'm posting this for a friend, but, i'm pretty familiar with the problem so hopefully y'all can help us out. https://thefiringline.com/forums/showthread.php?t=134079 not using any FTC SDK APIs and deal with raw I2C bus transactions, USB communications etc) you may get close to your theoretical rate. Working with Creo Funding Your Team Talk about the Forum World Championship April 2015 World Championship April 2016 World Championship April 2017 FTC Game Q&A Archives FIRST Tech Challenge - FIRST Game Rules and Game Play FTC BLOCK PARTY!

They're moving faster this year than last and the Color sensor only has an output rate of 30 Hz. his comment is here The timing data gleened from the code above doesn't seem to match your description of the protocol. Looking at the theoretical data rates is fine, but in reality the android/usb/firmware/hardware path can tell a very different story. Also please exercise your best judgment when posting in the forums--revealing personal information such as your e-mail address, telephone number, and address is not recommended.

You'll find discussions about fixing problems with computer hardware, computer software, Windows, viruses, security, as well as networks and the Internet.Real-Time ActivityMy Tracked DiscussionsFAQsPoliciesModerators General discussion Odd problem, being randomly disconnected New to the FTC Game Q&A Forum? Had them run it over the plain mat and it reported no white hits at all, so it seems to be working well on that case. this contact form Parts and Materials Archive - Bowled Over!

All i know is that yesterdays posts are showing up as todays posts. I never had this problem before. Courier New.

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Championship Tournament Inspire Award Winners - Get Over It! « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Posting Permissions You may not post new threads You may not post replies You may If I tab past that button, I'm told by both my screen readers that there are no more links or form fields." What application, with what, in what, please. AFB’s Family of SitesFamilyConnectCareerConnectVisionAware™Braille BugDirectory CenterAccessWorldJournal of Visual Impairment & BlindnessCenter on Vision LosseLearning CenterContact Us 2 Penn Plaza, Suite 1102New York, NY 10121 Follow UsFacebookTwitterPinterestYoutubeCopyright ©  American Foundation for the Providing support for FTC Teams in the Charlottesville, VA area and beyond. 11-28-2016,04:01 PM #9 gof View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join Date Aug 2015 Location Wilmette, IL

Where you uploadedyour pictures from may be using a different format not visable by all... I tried running the Winsock fix but got disconnected again. I'm posting this question here in hopes that someone will see it and respond to it. navigate here This section is an archive with no posting allowed.

Game Play Archive - Bowled Over! Now, back to the I2C question, I'm not an I2C guru but looking at the specs on the protocol, lets estimate the bandwidth at 10kB/s (100kb/s and round the protocol to So for example, we'd have a link to an article about the UN's CRPD, with our own summary as an introduction, if you will. Discussion is locked Flag Permalink You are posting a reply to: Odd problem, being randomly disconnected The posting of advertisements, profanity, or personal attacks is prohibited.

You may want to look up the CDM spec and see if it has mentioned anything about that. 11-28-2016,04:04 AM #5 mikets View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Senior Member Post Your Questions about Game Rules and Game Play Here FTC BLOCK PARTY! Thanks Phil, as always! Do you have any experience with update rates for sensors, both using the DIM and using legacy Lego sensors and the legacy module?

Post Your Questions about Robot Build and Robot Inspection Her Archive - Ring It Up! Anyways when i go to make a new post in a thread with replies already in it my post is not posted in the correct order. Archive - Bowled Over! I suspect it's something more subtle between the CDI and the SDK in how the sensor data is refreshed.

For at least a couple of weeks now I have been experiencing a rather odd problem in both WinVista and Win7. yes I see the actual protocol should be 9 bits but I'm ignoring other things). HIGH SPEED INTERNET REQUIRED. VALID FOR NEW LINES ONLY. I've just moved to a VPS running centos with whm/cpanel.

Try to choose between them and see if you can read the text.