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6502 remote CPU on a BeagleBone

Posted on Monday, November 19th, 2012 in Chips by DP
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3 Responses to “6502 remote CPU on a BeagleBone”

  1. TechBitar says:

    Hi, I finished designing a road condition scanner using Arduino + GPS + SD + Accelerometer. Hope you find it interesting.

  2. TechBitar says:

    Hi, I finished designing a road condition scanner using Arduino + GPS + SD + Accelerometer. Hope you find it interesting. Sorry if you get duplicates. I got an error message first time I sent it.

  3. TechBitar says:

    SORRY!!! PLEASE DELETE MY TWO COMMENTS! I thought I was filling a submission form. Error caused by sleep deprivation and too many deadlines. :(

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