rossumur wrote:2) Run the python version of the module and use SPI with ICSP port and led as SS
Just a follow-up for any of you who may be attempting this (as I am), I found a great series on SPI which includes (as part 3) a very nice exercise in connecting an AVR on a breakout board to an Arduino:http://www.rocketnumbernine.com/2009/07 ... -an-avr-3/
I'm prototyping my Microtouch-to-SPI effort using Adafruit's Atmega32u4 breakout board to talk to an Arduino (which will sit-in for the cell modem until I'm confident that I can get it to work
) so this post was exactly what I was looking for.
I've just now got this working so the next step for me is to make it work with the pins of the ICSP header (and whatever pin the LED is attached to on the Microtouch board, I figure I'll keep it consistent so the software isn't any different). If I can get this working with the breakout board I'll be ready to start soldering (and desoldering) the Microtouch board and see if I can talk to the Arduino from there.
I don't know if this is the appropriate place to share this stuff (most of you probably already know all about this) but hopefully it's useful to others working with the Microtouch.
Thanks again for all the help and the resource!