Thanks for feedback guys! And, as”lindquist” put it – this is pretty much what I expected when buying the Nano - as well. Actually, I dropped mine in a drawer after just an hour of frustration and disappointment and didn’t really expect to ever use it. This fall however a friend of mine needed help with sorting out ignition issues on his outboard. Buying a $2000 Fluke for this field job (the issue was intermittent and only showed when at sea) was out of the question, but a couple home built probes and a modified Nano with the current sampling logic allowed us to indentify and fix the problem.
Releasing the source (as seems to be such a hot topic for many) is not a big issue for me. I’ll give some consideration to how we can best accommodate this. After all - Christmas is coming up soon! As for you “pwdixon” – going about this with tons of attitude isn’t helping. With all due respect, I think none is worse off now than before we had my contribution. If you can’t do anything useful with the current open source, you’re not likely to do much better building on what I wrote.
It seems like Tormod, Jerry and others are doing an excellent job on the open source GCC tool chain initiative, so I trust something good will come out of this. Jerry made a valid point with respect to FFT. This is probably better approached as a separate application due to resource limitations (RAM in particular).
“Altitude” suggests there may still be issues with SD card support. Can you reformat (e.g. using the “sdformatter” utility or otherwise and give a more detailed feedback? It would also be nice to hear back from others who had “No File” issues in the past with respect to the latest update.
“picpic020960” wants to capture the sampling buffer to SD card and yes, I’m sure this is doable and possibly something to look into.