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microTone Module

Simple DIY Analog Hardware Interface

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microTone Module is analog interface to connect microcontrollers or digital logic systems with PCs. This interface use PC sound card’s audio output terminal to send commands to external hardware systems.

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  • Use PC sound card to send data to microcontrollers or digital logic systems.
  • Use with any programming language which allows interface with DLLs.
  • DLL wrappers are available for Visual C++, C++ Builder, Delphi, Lazarus and for .NET framework
  • Using DTMF to send data over analog interface.


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Intended Audience

Developers, Engineering, Science/Research

Programming Language

C#, C++, Delphi/Kylix, Lazarus, Pascal, Visual Basic .NET



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