You can use a wide range of programming languages with the Raspberry Pi, but here we’re going to use Scratch. It’s a great beginner’s language, as it introduces many of the concepts of programming while at the same time being easy to use.
It's been a few years since the RTL-SDR TV Tuner dongle blew up the world of amateur radio; it's a simple device that listens in on digital television frequencies, but it's one of those tools that's j...
, the Microcontroller Guide “features 12 of our favourite boards, highlighting their best features from shield compatibilityto MIDI functionality.” You’ll find Arduino Leonardo, Raspberry Pi, BeagleBone Black, UDOO, and some others. The guide is very straightforward, and there’s also a comparative chart.
Arduino SRL (formerly known as Smart Projects SRL) sent out a letter to its distribution partners yesterday. If you've been following along with the Arduino vs Arduino story (we've previously publishe...
In the spirit and celebration of Arduino Day, we’ve compiled a list of some great past projects for your enjoyment. While the Arduino UNO and older Duemilanove are two of the most common Arduino boards, the MEGA and the Yún should not be avoided.
[Oscar] really likes the PDP-8s, with the extremely old school PDP-8/I being his favorite. If you haven't checked the price on these recently, getting a real PDP-8/I is nigh impossible. However, after...
I2C is a serial communication protocol, used for communication between IC's. It uses two wires: one for data (SDA) and one for a clock signal (SCL). For more details on this protocol, check this Wikipedia article.
The Netduino has one I2C port which is available on pin A4 (SDA) and A5 (SCL). The I2C protocol works as a bus, so you can connect more than one slave devices to the one I2C port of the Netduino. For the I2C bus to work properly, you need to add two pull-up resistors to pins A4 and A5, regardless of the number of devices connected to the bus.
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