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[Peer Review/Sharing Senior Design Project] Acoustic Signal Identification and Direction Finding
Greetings all! I don't expect to get much traction with this thread but what the heck! ...some poor soul may find it useful someday.
I have successfully implemented (from concept) my senior design project on the C6713 DSK by Spectrum Digital. I couldn't have done it without some of the great help I received when I posted threads here...so here goes.
The functioning branch can be found here: https://github.com/staticd/TheGatorKator/tree/mu
The data posted there is enough for any aspiring person to use right out off of github (with the necessary equipment).
I have results, bill of materials, schematics, and all of the code in the repository (plus a few extras).
If you're feeling froggy, head on over and take a look. I would love to get some constructive criticism! All in all, it was a great journey and I would just like to share.
This is a great offering to the E2E Community. Thank you for posting it.
May I suggest changing the title of the thread to something related to the application itself? More people would be looking for something that does XYZ instead of looking for someone's Senior Design Project. Just a suggestion.
Good fortune in your future work.
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Done and Done. Thanks for all your help, Randy.
I never did figure out the whole polling vs interrupt thing. I'm guessing I made a blunder somewhere or another.
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