About this how toThis how to refers to the itbrainpower.net a-gsm shield, having following main features:Worldwide compatibility - quad band module GSM / GPRS / SMS / DTMF supported Two SIM sockets (single SIM active) combo Integrated GSM antenna and uFL connector for external antenna (as standard) Integrated uSD(TF) socket Micro-USB interface for communication and powering 3-5V serial interface (auto) 5-38V wide voltage switching power supply ARDUINO & RASPERRY PI direct compatibility Windows and Linux PC connectivity Audio jacks (high power audio out-700 mW RMS, in- capacitor MIC) Ideal for small-medium series gadget / project integrationMore about a-gsm shield >> presentation and features, documentation and more.RaspberryPI and a-gsm shield can communicate together in TWO ways: using the RPI serial port (TXD0 + RXD0) or via the USB connection. The second one is quite useful when the RPI serial port it is not available (Eg. it's designated to support serial communication ...
I wanted a custom board to add nRF24L01+ radios to my Raspberry Pi's. I wanted the solution to be reasonably elegant and fit into my Pi cases without removing the capability of adding a camera and other accessories. This basically fit the requirement of the HAT, although I did not want to stick too rigidly to the specification. So, after three prototypes, this is the custom PCB I came up with.
Adding a storage device your network is called creating a NAS (Network Attached Storage). And basically it is just a minimalistic computer with a boat load of storage attached to it. So using a Raspberry Pi as our minimalistic computer, let's create our own Network Attached Storage. You can find the project page for this video at this link:http://www.tinkernut.com/2014/10/make-nas-network-attached-storage/Courtesy: Tinkernut
This is an instructable that tells you how to make a computer with a raspberry pi. This is an easy thing to do if you know a lot about this kind of thing. If you know nothing about this, then follow the steps. (I am sorry if any of the pictures are bad.)
This post is about using Prota (Prota Agatha in particular) on Raspberry Pi and the basics of its automation engine - Stories.What is Prota? For those of you who haven’t heard of it, Prota is an operating system for personal server computers. It means Prota runs apps and doesn’t require any direct input/output peripherals like monitor, keyboard, mouse, etc. to operate. Prota is originally designed for home automation, connecting devices and Internet services together for optimizing everyday workflows seamlessly, but its potential is limitless. Prota OS currently supports our custom ARMv7-based smart hub, Prota Box, and Raspberry Pi B, B+ and 2 B (not tested on Zero)
Introduction: The idea behind this project is howt build a web-based (mobile devices enabled) wireless remote controlled robot with subjective camera from scratch with Raspberry Pi & Arduino. We will use Raspberry Pi for camera, WiFi and user interface and Arduino to control servos, sensors and motors. The comunication between Raspberry Pi and Arduino will …
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