Posted on behalf of Tilman
AMSAT-UK 2007 Convention in Surrey
Slides and supporting drawings for Tilman's presentation at the
AMSAT-UK 2007 convention in Surrey England.
- PowerPoint presentation outlining the function of the CANDO
module, and its verification
- Tilman Drawings.zip
- These are the Visio drawings (.vsd file) used in the presentation
Stackable CAN-Do! test boards
We designed a system of stackable CAN-Do! base boards, The idea is to
either use them in standalone mode to have easy access to the pins of
the CAN-Do! , or to use them in conjunction with other CAN-Do! + CAN-Do!
base boards to form a CAN bus. In this case, the boards are stacked on
top of each other. The following are the schematics for the various
Basically, it is similar to the CAN ring Stephen (KZ0Q) built. The
difference is in the concept: Instead of cable it uses pinheads to make
the connection between the boards thereby forming the CAN ring.
I have currently 7 modules stacked on top of each other -- it
looks like a "tower" about 70 cm height.