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Re: I2C, wiringPi & tea5767

Wed Dec 21, 2016 10:23 am

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Re: I2C, wiringPi & tea5767

Tue Apr 25, 2017 12:47 am

Anyone else have any POC code for python use on eith erth etea5767 or the rda chip? I've tried everything I could find and either the code is unmaintained (quick2wire) or the updates to Raspian have made it difficult. wiringPi and device trees. Not looking for full code, just enough to get started reading and writing to the i2c bus via python. Everything I've tried errors out on reading i2c.

RPi 2 and/or 3, latest Raspbian install 2017/04 with full apt-get updates.

packetgeek
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Re: I2C, wiringPi & tea5767

Thu May 25, 2017 10:43 am

Just saw this had activity again. Give me a few days to get back up to speed (I haven't been reading much online). However:

- Hearing static can be viewed as a good sign in that it means the board is working and your issue is likely in the code used to tune the board.
- The "write" error supports the above.

R/ Tim (packetgeek)

gomme600
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Re: I2C, wiringPi & tea5767

Wed Aug 09, 2017 5:44 am

Hi packetgeek, did you ever find what was causing the compile error? I'm having the exact same problem and only getting static noise.
Seb.

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