I had a Homeplug AV link between my router and and network enabled devices (Raspberry Pi running Raspbmc and a LG-DP1B Media player) in my bedroom. I used the Western Digital Livewire AV Network Kit, which conforms to the Homeplug AV standard. When I moved to a new apartment the performance of the Livewire AV link was degraded significantly. I used to have a consistent throughput around 40Mbps before (out of the maximum possible 200Mbps) in the previous apartment. But with a very old power-circuit in the current apartment and also due to the fact, the living-room, where the router is installed, and the bedroom are connected to two different power-circuits, the sustained throughput obtainable was only around 15Mbps. (Which is actually lower than a good quality 802.11g link)
The ipv6-ipv4 dual stack is now enabled for Padavan’s latest firmware for RT_N56U. This post is about firmware ‘RT-N56U_184.108.40.206-018 (en-ru). IPv6+IPv4. Linux kernel 3.0.43‘ Before entering ipv6 details in ipv6 […]
Method-1 If WordPress is installed to a SSL enabled web host, forcing SSL to the admin interface is quite simple. Just add following line in to the main wordpress configuration file ‘wp-config.php‘: […]
This java code loads an image and blurs it using a very simple boxcar (rectangular) blurring method. Then it sharpens the image using unsharp mask technique. for more information on unsharp masking see Wikipedia article.
(left, top), (right, bottom) defines a selection of original image usmAmount and usmThreshold defines the unsharp mask parameters
(boxWidth, boxHeight) defines the small box for boxcar filter kernel
Please note: This code is written in the C-like procedural manner using java static methods. Apart from loading and saving images using java Image API functions all the processing is done within the code. Therefore the code can be converted any programming language very easily.
Summary This is a complete project with following features: Serial Data (received by built-in RS232 port of the PIC18F) logging with receive date/time Compact Flash data storage Last record display […]
This is an example program to interface Maxim DS1788X series RTC to a PIC18F microcontroller. The DS17287, DS17487, and DS17887 integrate a quartz crystal and lithium energy source into a 24-pin encapsulated DIP package. The same code may be used to interface Older DS1288X series RTCs with little or no modifications.