New App Notes and Courses

Two new App Notes have been posted: AN001 is a revision of an MD5 example, and AN008 by Peter Milford describes a high-level interactive process of testing a 3-axis accelerometer, verifying its protocol documentation, and obtaining data from the device. Download them from the Index of Downloads. In addition, the arrayForth Institute offers two new courses. “Application Notes” is structured to present one application note in each learning path. The first such App Note is AN008. Register for the course to view Peter’s video presentation of the project in question. An additional new course, “The Commons”, provides an experimental venue for interaction among those interested in GreenArrays technology.

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Eval Boards Ship from Stock

The Spring run of GA144 Evaluation Boards has been received and tested; shipment from stock is back to normal. Order yours now to familiarize yourself with our chips!

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Evaluation Board Shipment Resumes

The pilot batch for the Spring run of GA144 Evaluation Boards has been received and tested. This batch is being used to fill back orders, and for shipment from stock until they are exhausted. The reminder of the Spring run is expected to arrive on about 1 May. Order yours now before the pilot batch is gone!

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arrayForth® Institute has opened!

GreenArrays is pleased to announce the opening of the arrayForth Institute, a free online learning resource intended to faciliate the successful use of our chips. Access via https is supported for those who prefer encrypted communications and don’t mind the possible inconveniences. The curriculum is organized in courses, each of which is subdivided into one or more Learning Paths. The first such path is in place and ready for use. Anyone interested in our products may create an account and take our courses. Feedback will be appreciated!

At the same time we are improving the organization of the GreenArrays Website during March to make it easier to keep abreast of our literature.

Best wishes to all!

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Meet With Us at CES!

Greg Bailey and Dean Sanderson are available to meet with you during Thursday and Friday, 12 and 13 January 2012 at the CES show in Las Vegas. To make contact with us simply send email to marketing at GreenArrayChips (dot com) with a cellphone address at which we may call or text you from the show to make arrangements. We’ll be happy to meet with you at LVCC or elsewhere if needed. Hardware is along and demonstrations can be arranged through Friday night.

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arrayForth Rev 01g and new User’s Manual Posted

Release 01g (01f was administrative and not published), with revised arrayForth User’s Manual, deliver important improvements in the colofForth human interface, F18 compiler, softsim and other components of the arrayForth programming system for the G144A12 chips. A new colorForth kernel is provided, and required. We recommend that you download and read the updated documents, and install the new 01e arrayForth, without delay. A marked-up version of the manual is also posted for your convenience. All this is available at Customer Support Central as usual.

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ArrayForth Rev 01e and new User’s Manual Posted

Release 01e and revised arrayForth User’s Manual formalize two methods of automated program loading, one using the IDE and the other using flash boot streams, with a single common syntax for describing the initial conditions for each node. We recommend that you download and read the updated documents, and install the new 01e arrayForth, without delay. A marked-up version of the manual is also posted for your convenience. All this is, of course, available at Customer Support Central as usual.

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arrayForth Rev 01d and new User’s Manual Posted

Release 01d and revised arrayForth User’s Manual have introduced new blue words, improved readability of the editor display, and laid the groundwork for further improvements. We recommend that you download and read the updated documents, and install the new 01d arrayForth, without delay. A marked-up version of the manual is also posted for your convenience.   All this is, of course, available at Customer Support Central as usual.

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GreenArraysTech Blog

Subscribe to this blog if you wish to receive timely technical advisories pertinent to GreenArrays hardware and software. Important changes in the information available from our Customer Support Central webpage are announced here.

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