On January 10, 2015 - programming, stuff
Packetizer is a class written in c++ to analyze data for a start and/or end condition. If both, start- and end-condition is met the data between start and end is returned via a callback function as raw bytes.
It is useful for serial communication where data-packets have a distinct start and/or end pattern. Each of the conditions can be several bytes long. With three callbacks it is possible to get informed if a packet starts, get the packet-data and get informed on buffer overflows.
|simple_packets||show basic functionality of Packetizer|
|simple_proto_send_receive||the use to control another remote Arduino
controls LED 13 on a remote Arduino
|simple_proto_send_receive_2||based on simple_proto_send_receive
shows the use of byte-pair packets
controls the brightness of LEDs on a remote Arduino
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