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Hello everyone,I've started an nRF52832 library for those devs who are interested in creating their PCB's in Eagle. Its the QFN chip right now. I read somewhere that a BGA version is planned also, so I'll try to add that in the future.It's located on GitHub here: https://github.com/Jacob-Dixon/Eagle-Libraries...

 Last week I attended what was my first Startup event, but after experiencing the energy there, I can safely say it will not be my last. 3 days of seminars, networking and lots of fun kicked off in Bergen last Wednesday. It was an eclectic mix of entrepreneurs, investor funding, industry specialists and the press, but all exhibited a common feeling of excitement that IoT has arrived and is well and truly gathering steam.An international attendee listAlthough a predominantly Norwegian crowd, it...

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05.07.2015

Using Gazell

I have been using NRF51822 for some time as BLE chip with services.For some debugging reasons I need a faster stream method...I looked at Gazell and found it simple to use in terms of implementation on NRF51822.But how do I receive data on PC side ?...

While reading about [setting up nRF51 development environment on OS X](https://devzone.nordicsemi.com/blogs/22/getting-started-with-nrf51-development-on-mac-os-x/), I came across the following:> Unfortunately the only way to erase> the memory is to do some magic> register writes: JLinkExe J-Link>w4 4001e504 2 J-Link>w4 4001e50c 1What are the above registers? Is this something specific to jlink or the nRF51422? I couldn't find any reference to these addresses in the documentation. Thanks for...

I have a custom PCB with an nrf51422 powered by a coin cell battery. The EE who designed the board assured me that the battery voltage could be measured internally through the ADC. That EE is now tied up and cannot help. What is the proper method for measuring this voltage? It is a standard feature in nearly all devices, yet the inclusion of a resistor set will leak current. Any direction would be appreciated. Thanks....