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An Arduino compatible shield matched with a web based tutorial system to teach you how to talk with I2C and SPI components.
An Arduino compatible shield matched with a web based tutorial system to teach you how to talk with I2C and SPI components.
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    1. Daniel Hienzsch Creator on

      Thanks for the feedback! I've added a bullet list of the hardware necessary (in most cases, it will wind up being "Education Shield and Arduino UNO R3", but I definitely see your point), and also added a paragraph explaining why a Shift Register is called a "shift" register, that I hope will explain the concept a little better.

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      Margaret Johnson on

      Well thought out lesson. One thing I noticed is you mention the term "shift" early on but don't define it - like you do the other terms. I agree w/ PCBGRIP's suggestion on test gear. I'm looking forward to doing the lessons with the board now that I read this one!

    3. PCBGRIP on

      You have obviously put a lot if thought and effort into this, which shows. My only suggestion would be to list the hardware and/or any test gear required for the lesson at the top. Otherwise looking really good!