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Bayern were quick to act when things went downhill, with Hansi Flick coming in before a key run of fixtures. On this evidence, it may be time for Borussia Dortmund to follow their lead.

In hindsight, this may actually go down as one of Borussia Dortmund's better results this season. The fact they only lost 4-0 feels wrong, somehow. Somebody fiddled with the scoreboard, surely?

Bayern were so dominant throughout this match, it resembled a training exercise. If this is what happens when you sack your coach, Borussia Dortmund CEO Hans-Joachim Watzke will surely be tempted to follow suit after witnessing another humiliation at the hands of the old enemy.

'It was a very poor performance,' is all a beleaguered Lucien Favre could offer reporters by way of explanation after the game. 'The players just didn’t give enough. Nowhere near enough.'

Bayern's interim coach, Hansi Flick, may simply be benefitting from the boost in performances that often follows an unpopular coach's sacking, but was nevertheless thrilled with how hard his players worked.

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'It was a difficult week but the lads gave me everything,' he told reporters. 'In training all week, they put the work in and you could see that on the pitch today. It was clear from the first minute we wanted to win the game.'

Read more:Opinion: Bayern can count on disastrous Dortmund, and Robert Lewandowski

Goals from Robert Lewandowski, Serge Gnabry and a Mats Hummels own goal went unanswered as Dortmund fell to pieces in the second half. The Black and Yellows have now failed to win more than half their league games this season. Any hope the fan base may still have had of winning the title this season are fading fast.

Hansi Flick, in temporary charge of Bayern Munich, gave a fine audition for a permanent apppointment.

Despite a number of key Dortmund players lacking fitness, Favre can have no excuses. Bayern were dealing with worse; the home side's defense included a veteran midfielder and an 19-year old attacker at left back. This was Dortmund's chance to get one over the serial Bundesliga champions.

Marco Reus and Paco Alcacer may not have been fit enough to make the starting lineup, but Favre could at least field eleven players in their correct positions. Even when Jadon Sancho mooched off the field after 36 forgettable minutes — 'He wasn’t injured, he just wasn't good enough,' said Favre — they had a fresh winger ready to fill the hole. Raphael Guerriero entered the pitch and was never seen again.

If one were told, after that game, that Dortmund spent €140m (in the region of $155 million) over the summer, you'd assume they'd spent it on a new canteen. Julian Brandt and Thorgan Hazard both started here but neither had any impact whatsoever. They were signed for a combined €55m in July but were part of a midfield dominated by a Bayern central midfield that cost nothing. Joshua Kimmich and Leon Goretzka didn’t give them an inch.

One wonders if Bayern's midfield would have been quite such a snarling, slick unit had Kovac been the one writing their names on the team sheet. Probably not and, by that logic, it might be time to find out if Dortmund’s players are waiting for the same sort of change before they too can show their best again.

With this result, Bayern have reestablished themselves as title contenders. Dortmund might need to make their own difficult decision if they're to follow suit.

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    Hertha Berlin 2-4 RB Leipzig

    On the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall, Hertha assembled a wall across the field in the build-up of the visit of RB Leipzig, a poignant reminder of the history of the city. On the field, the hosts went ahead with a Maximilian Mittelstädt rocket, but failed to capitalize. Timo Werner's brace and a goal each for Marcel Sabitzer and Kevin Kampl made it a handsome win for the visitors.

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    Paderborn 0-1 Augsburg

    Augsburg picked up a huge win in the battle of the two cellar dwellers, holding their nerve to win in Paderborn, who missed an early penalty. That moment in the seventh minute proved crucial, as Tomas Koubek saved from Klaus Gjasula. The winning goal came four minutes before half-time, courtesy of Philipp Max. Paderborn remain rooted to the bottom of the table, while Augsburg climb to 15th.

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    Mainz 2-3 Union Berlin

    Sebastian Andersson struck twice as Union Berlin beat struggling Mainz, despite a late rally by the hosts. Coming off the back of victory in the Berlin derby, Union took the lead through a Daniel Brosinksi own goal. Andersson added a second on the stroke of half-time and added another soon after the break. Karim Onisiwo and Brosinksi scored in the final 10 minutes, but Union held on.

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    Cologne 1-2 Hoffenheim

    Referee Robert Kampka can hardly have been the toast of Cologne at full time in this one. The struggling hosts put up a fierce fight — a rarity so far this season — and took the lead in the first half. But Hoffenheim drew level, and were then awarded a VAR penalty deep into stoppage time. Jürgen Locadia converted. Cologne's notorious technological curse rolls on.

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    Borussia Mönchengladbach 3-1 Werder Bremen

    The home side looked like the better team from the get-go, and it took Ramy Bensebaini 20 minutes to score the first for Marco Rose’s side. Patrick Herrmann added Gladbach’s second just two minutes afterwards, with the captain adding another one on the 59th minute. Leo Bittencourt’s consolation goal hardly changed much. Gladbach open a four-point lead on top of the Bundesliga table.

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Hello guys!

I’m working on an arduino project that require bulletproof communication between few arduinos (up to 30 or more, up to 100m) in disruptive environment (like near frequency inverter). I have one master device, that is communicating with few slaves. The master can send information-data, to the slaves, or read info-data from them. In project each slave will have few pushbuttons and an display (7-segment or graphic display). When the pushbutton is pressed on slave, the information of that pushbutton has to be transmited to the master. Also master device can send information to the slaves, so slaves can change information on display. Display will show only numbers and maybe few signs. That’s about it.

My main goals are:

  • Bulletproof communication
  • Real time response
  • Low price
  • No delays for main code

Real time in my case means up to 1sec to address all slaves and get response from them.

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For the communication standard I choosed RS485, which is the best option for my project, I suppose, and have few advantages over CAN, SPI, Ethernet, I2C. On top of that I need a protocol for communication. There is a lot of libraries on the web for arduino that implement RS485 communication into arduino. I’m a little afraid, that these libraries aren’t really bulletproof + many of them uses delay function that is not helpful at all for my main code. After some time investigating communication between arduinos I decided to stick with the ModBus protocol. Since ModBus is a little complicated for me and my knowledge I’m asking here for help.

I’m still at the begining phase of programming this. I have found a ModBus library for arduino, called SimpleModbus, that contains master and slave example code. The whole library project can be found here: SimpleModbus.

For my master device I choose Arduino Due, and for the slaves Arduino Leonardo. For RS485 transceiver I choose SN65HVD75D from Texas Instruments, which is working at 3.3V, just like DUE and Leonardo [datasheet].

Current configuration

For the beginning I’m trying to establish communication only between master and one slave device. I haven’t connect all the pushbuttons and displays, because firstly I want succesfully establish communication betwen arduinos using ModBus protocol. The hardware is the easiest part of design. Just arduino board, few ICs, breadboard and some wires. The hardware part is working flawlessly (for now ).

So I have connected everything and now I’m stuck with programming. I will go trough most parts of the code and will try to explain what I do understand and what I do not. All the code and libraries are available here: SimpleModbus

MASTER: SimpleModbusMasterExample

Few lines of code that defines some parameters. Timeout is time in ms that defines how much is max. time for master to wait, till slave responds. If slave wouldn’t respond, master would call next slave.
Polling defines how fast will master call slaves (but I don’t know what exactly nr. 200 means).
Retry_count is counter, that defines max. nr. of unsuccessful tryes of calling one slave. If slave don’t respond 5 times in row, the master will stop calling him.
TxEnablePin is just a digital output for /RE-DE pins on RS485 transmitter that defines direction (transmit or receive data).

I’m not 100% sure what this is. I understand part that I can freely add or remove packets. I think this packets contains informations-data of what we want to send to the slave or what we want to read from the slave? Each packet can contain up to 256 bytes of information but serial buffer can contain only 128 bytes of information so this is limited to 128 bytes. But I’m not sure how to handle this packets.

Packet pack… is an array of packets. With line packets[1] = 0; I probably write a zero value to the PACKET2. I’m not sure if I’m correct?
packetPointer is just an pointer that points to the corresponding packet.
regs[10] array is, well I don’t know what.

Not sure what this is, but if I’m correct, modbus_construct create an map that contains all the informations that will be send to slave, like slave ID, function (receive or transmit data to the slave), what data (packet) to send… I would appreciate if someone could explain this line.
modbus_configure configures modbus setting. Nothing complicated

The part that I don’t understand at all.
What is modbus_update? What are next lines of code?

I couldn’t fit whole post in one post, so the post continue in next post.