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Device for experimental physics teachers
#11
Hey Gautier,

this wasnt possible so far, but I added it to the NRF52 Version of phyphoxBLE right now. Feel free to get this update from my repository:

https://github.com/Dorsel89/phyphox-ardu...nParameter

You can get the current number of connections with
Code:
uint16_t number = PhyphoxBLE::currentConnections;


I also have some good news to the connection interval topic. I was able to implement this feature to the ESP32 & Arduino IoT version aswell. This means you might see this feature in the official repository very soon.

Dominik
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#12
(09-23-2020, 07:20 PM)Dominik Dorsel Wrote: Hey Gautier,

this wasnt possible so far, but I added it to the NRF52 Version of phyphoxBLE right now. Feel free to get this update from my repository:

https://github.com/Dorsel89/phyphox-ardu...nParameter

You can get the current number of connections with
Code:
uint16_t number = PhyphoxBLE::currentConnections;


I also have some good news to the connection interval topic. I was able to implement this feature to the ESP32 & Arduino IoT version aswell. This means you might see this feature in the official repository very soon.

Dominik

Hello Gautier
I visited the project site at Physics Reimagined looking for the Arduino code for your project (as referenced in the instructions posted on the site), however the link seems to be broken.  Do you have a working project that is available for use by physics teachers?
If not, do you know of other Phyphox projects to read the Arduino nano Sense BLE?

Thank you for any help,

Jon Huber, Burnsville High School (Burnsville, MN, USA)
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#13
Hello Jon,

Unfortunately, our code doesn't work at the moment because Dominik's addition to the code (connection parameters) is not compatible with the latest version of the Arduino Nano BLE 33 OS. However, I'll try to make it work on an older version so you can use it, but it will not be as easy as it should be.

I will send you a PM with the instructions later this afternoon or tomorrow in the morning.

Thank you for your interest in this project!
Gautier
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#14
Hello Dominik,

I was wondering whether you were considering to include into the "official" phyphox library for Arduino nano the tweeks you included in your own personal library, the tweeks that allowed us to speed the BLE transmission speed in our project? The lack of official library supporting our code is the only hurdle that prevents us from releasing our codes and examples more largely. So far, only expert users can easily use them, but it would really be great if we could aim to the slightly less tech savy part of physics teachers... If you could let us know your plans concerning this precise point, that would be great.

Cheers,

Fred
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#15
Hey Fred,

sorry that this is taking so much time. We are just waiting for the official ArduinoCore-mbed library update. The needed feature was rearranged between mbed 5 and mbed 6.2.1. (current mbed version is 6.6). Sadly the Arduino Library is still on mbed 6.0 for months now..

You can take a look at my github issue here:
https://github.com/arduino/ArduinoCore-mbed/issues/75

Cheers
Dominik
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#16
(01-06-2021, 08:08 PM)Dominik Dorsel Wrote: Hey Fred,

sorry that this is taking so much time. We are just waiting for the official ArduinoCore-mbed library update. The needed feature was rearranged between mbed 5 and mbed 6.2.1. (current mbed version is 6.6). Sadly the Arduino Library is still on mbed 6.0 for months now..

You can take a look at my github issue here:
https://github.com/arduino/ArduinoCore-mbed/issues/75

Cheers
Dominik

Thank you Dominik!

I see that they expect to release the new library soon, that is great news. Crossing fingers...


Cheers,

Fred
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