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Крымский Вал, 9, стр. 4 Модератор: Кирилл Степанов — историк архитектуры. Современная архитектура, отвечая на беспрецедентные социальные и экономические изменения, переживает небывалый период самокритики и рефлексии.

Пытаясь порвать с прошлым и найти новые пути развития, архитекторы стремят к тому, чтобы соединять в себе ипостаси, казалось бы, противоположные — деятельного практика и идеолога-философа. Крымский Вал, 9, стр.

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  • 8 февраля 2018, четверг Участники ридинг-группы смогут взглянуть на историю архитектуры ХХ века сквозь призму текстов ведущих теоретиков и практиков прошлого столетия, проследить основные направления развития архитектуры с конца XIX века до сегодняшнего дня — как в традиционных мировых центрах (Западная Европа, Россия, США), так и в новых очагах строительной культуры (Япония, Бразилия, Финляндия). В библиотеке Музея «Гараж» стартует новый сезон ридинг-групп, посвященных ключевым вопросам современного искусства и культуры. USB is fast
  • NuttX Compilation Good points for selecting this kind of approach are:
  • Installation on PC
  • OpenWrt Compilation
  • WeIO timings nodesign / weio Code Issues 14 Pull requests 0
  • WeIO Timings Carambola2 module is released by 8Devices Litvanian company and is based on Atheros AR9331.

  • SW Features
  • Creating Documentation With Flatdoc
  • Detailed Intro
  • Cross Compiling Py HW Architecture Show 7 more pages… Command protocol sent from Carambola2 to UPER is called SPF, and more information can be found here: https://github. Com/8devices/UPER/wiki Drasko DRASKOVIC edited this page Mar 15, 2015 Code Issues 14 Pull requests 0 Projects 0 Wiki Security WeIO HW is mainly consisted of two parts:
  • LPC11xx ARM Cortex-M0 MCU
  • OTA Updates
  • Login Cookie Expiration
  • Carambola2 module (AR9331 CPU + RAM + Flash + Antenna) LPC microcontroller is connected to Carambola2 Linux based processor internally via USB (actually TTY over USB) connection. To solve all these problems, WeIO adds an additional small and inexpensive microcontroller which serves as the GPIO expander, and gives us analog I/O, RT SPI and I2C and PWM timers.

  • WeIO Recovery - Manual Update
  • TODO
  • SW Architecture
  • JS Python Communication
  • HW Features UPER is itself an RPC server, that gets the commands via USB from Carambola2 and executes them on it's pins, then eventually sends some return value back to Carambola2 (if any). Since AR9331 has only one USB host, we had to add an additional USB HUB. In the beginning inexpensive AU6350 hub was selected, but it is not used anymore.

    Due to serious bug in Atheros AR9331 HW, described here: https://forum.

    Php?id=39956 we had to switch to more expensive, but reliable USB4640 from Microchip (manual can be found here: http://ww1. Com/downloads/en/DeviceDoc/4640.

  • Supported Hardware
  • HW Architecture
  • WeIO Recovery
  • Core Dev Team
  • Cross-compiling Python Packages
  • Supported hardware
  • Compiling NuttX Applications A very good article by Paul Rathgeb explains the HW structure of WeIO system.
  • WeIO Super Starter Kit Components
  • Updater UPER works seamlessly with many other platforms - PC, MAC, RPi, etc
  • Developer Pages
  • MQTT This subsystem (LPC MCU + it's FW) is called UPER, and FW can be found here: https://github.

    Com/8devices/UPER A convenience that came with USB HUB is a HW support for SD card (not all USB HUBS have this, but we choose one that has) - i. Carambola2 sees SD card behind the HUB as an ordinary USB storage.

  • Login Cookie Expiration Problem
  • JS - Python Communication
  • How to extend WeIO flash space AR9331 is Linux-capable WiSoC (Wireless SoC, i. SoC with CPU and WiFi chip integrated on the same die), and it's manual is available on the Internet.

    Since it is used mainly for small home routers, it can be find in the big quantities at very low price. However, because of it's main purpose it is lacking many of the HW interfaces and busses that we would usually find in CPUs dedicated for industrial prototyping - like analog I/Os, PWM timers, etc. Even HW support for SPI and I2C is missing, so these have to be bit-banged on GPIO pins (which are by the way very limited in number).

  • How-to extend WeIO flash space
  • Build the firmware LPC 11uxx series has ROM based USB stack which makes the system un-brickable, no need to take care about “noise” on Linux console.