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Morse code from a tiny chip

, 8 Aug 2012 CPOL
Example PIC microprocessor program on a tiny RF transceiver.



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peter gabris
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United States United States
A neighbor promised to show me the first computer in the city if I detail his motorbike. He let me in and I stayed forever. I learned how to tame the beast. I was 14.

A few years later I figured out how to sqeeze hydrological/hydraulic models into 8K memory. The models were used on big rivers including Indus River, Yamuna River, Danube River. The version in Pakistan (that I later converted from FORTRAN to C) is still in use. Over 30 years and still running.

6 days took my book Word of Computers (in Slovak language) to completely sell out.

Annual LEGO price was awarded to an institute led by me for our work in education. Money went to charity, I still have the tie.

Spent years in consulting. Project rescue is a smokejumper's job. I saved a bunch of hoplessly failing projects in areas of procurement, recruitment, check image scanning and ICR, business risk evaluation.

15 months took my latest SAAS application to earn million dollars.

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