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This article describes a small, simple interface to convert DCC signals allowing a wide variety of Arduinos, PICS, Raspberry Pi’s or other processors, to utilize a native DCC signal straight from your layout bus. With this you can build DCC decoders with the likes of an Arduino Mega2650 which has 67 input/output pins available for decoder use, or try using a Teensy 4.0 with 600MHz clock speeds. A low-cost printed circuit board is offered, as well as a couple of interface tips for the modeler. A new library is provided for the use of Arduino Mega2650's as very large pin count decoders.
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