Commit 35830ff9 authored by Bernd-Christian Renner's avatar Bernd-Christian Renner Committed by Bernd-Christian Renner
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playing with colors

added INSTALL for Linux, renamed RS1 to JS for TXB hardware testing section
parent c4087c35
Ubuntu:
$ sudo apt install mkdocs python3 python3-pip
$ pip3 install mkdocs-material mkdocs-git-revision-date-plugin
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0. For a test without a connected mainboard, an externally generated signal must be used. The DAC has to be disconnected by removing resistor RS1.
0. For a test without a connected mainboard, an externally generated signal must be used. The DAC has to be disconnected by removing resistor JS.
!!! danger "Danger"
Failure to remove RS1 in the following test procedure will apply a reverse voltage to the DAC and may cause permanent damage.
Failure to remove JS in the following test procedure will apply a reverse voltage to the DAC and may cause permanent damage.
1. Use a testboard (AHOI-TST) to generate the logic-level voltage and to enable the TXB board. On the testboard, connect the 3.3V Jumper (green). Connect 12VDC (red) and GND (black) to a power supply. Attach the testboard to the TXB board.
Leave the blue and pink connection open, they will be connected later.
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For a test with the mainboard, you need a working MoSh (see setup PyLib) and a USB to UART converter (3.3V logic-level).
The DAC has to be connected to the amplifier, so the resistor RS1 must be soldered (if not already).
The DAC has to be connected to the amplifier, so the resistor JS must be soldered (if not already).
Input to the shell is marked with `>>`.
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The public ahoi repositories are hosted by University of Koblenz at
<center>
[https://gitlab.uni-koblenz.de/piko/public/ahoi](https://gitlab.uni-koblenz.de/piko/public/ahoi){target=_blank}
[https://collaborating.tuhh.de/e-24/public/ahoi](https://collaborating.tuhh.de/e-24/public/ahoi){target=_blank}
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and embrace:
* [Schematics](https://gitlab.uni-koblenz.de/piko/public/ahoi/hardware){target=_blank} <br/>
* [Schematics](https://collaborating.tuhh.de/e-24/public/ahoi/hardware){target=_blank} <br/>
all schematics, bills of material, etc.
* [Firmware](https://gitlab.uni-koblenz.de/piko/public/ahoi/firmware){target=_blank} <br/>
* [Firmware](https://collaborating.tuhh.de/e-24/public/ahoi/firmware){target=_blank} <br/>
firmware source code
* [PyLib](https://gitlab.uni-koblenz.de/piko/public/ahoi/pylib){target=_blank} <br/>
* [PyLib](https://collaborating.tuhh.de/e-24/public/ahoi/pylib){target=_blank} <br/>
a Python library and applications to connect to and use an acoustic modem from a PC, Raspberry Pi, etc.
* [Development Tools](https://gitlab.uni-koblenz.de/piko/public/ahoi/tools){target=_blank} <br/>
* [Development Tools](https://collaborating.tuhh.de/e-24/public/ahoi/tools){target=_blank} <br/>
a set of development and analysis to be used when building your own modem or when customizing them
* [ROS-Driver](https://gitlab.uni-koblenz.de/piko/public/ahoi/ros-driver){target=_blank} <br/>
* [ROS-Driver](https://collaborating.tuhh.de/e-24/public/ahoi/ros-driver){target=_blank} <br/>
a driver implementation for use of the acoustic modem with the Robot Operating System (ROS), this repository is *not actively maintained*
site_name: ahoi // Open-Source Acoustic Underwater Modem [beta]
repo_url: https://gitlab.uni-koblenz.de/piko/public/ahoi
repo_url: https://collaborating.tuhh.de/e-24/public/ahoi
strict: true
nav:
......@@ -41,12 +41,23 @@ theme:
scheme: preference
primary: cyan
accent: pink
#- scheme: default
#toggle:
#icon: material/lightbulb-outline
#name: Switch to dark mode
#- scheme: slate
#toggle:
#icon: material/lightbulb
#name: Switch to light mode
font:
text: Roboto Slab
code: Roboto Mono
copyright: Copyright &copy; 2021 ahoi crew
#extra_css:
# - css/tuhh.css
extra_javascript:
- https://cdn.mathjax.org/mathjax/latest/MathJax.js?config=TeX-AMS_HTML
- js/config.js
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