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Build a Circuit & Learn to Program an Arduino in a Silicon Valley Hackerspace

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Panel of Inventors & Librarians Working Together for a More Creative Tomorrow A LITA Preconference at 2015 ALA Annual Register online for the ALA Annual Conference and add a LITA Preconference ...
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A complete ARM GNU/Linux computer for $25.
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Dear reader,

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The Raspberry Pi project website is http://www.raspberrypi.org/

This is one of my news digests. If you like my editorial choices, there are more to be found by clicking on the "dear reader" link, and on my name above.
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Gosund Smart Home Devices Can Upgrade Your Home for Less

Gosund Smart Home Devices Can Upgrade Your Home for Less | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Want to know how to build a smart home without breaking the bank? Gosund has the answer.
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Make TV Ambilight Using Arduino - All The Internet Of Things

Make TV Ambilight Using Arduino - All The Internet Of Things | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
The most comprehensive & up to date source of IoT news...
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How Raspberry Pi Computers Help Biological Research

How Raspberry Pi Computers Help Biological Research | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
07/12/2021 at 4:30 p.m. CEST Open source electronics are the key to revolutionizing research in biology.An article published on the Center for Ecological...
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Monitor your home's temperature and humidity with Raspberry Pis and Prometheus

Monitor your home's temperature and humidity with Raspberry Pis and Prometheus | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Instrument a Prometheus application with Python on Raspberry Pis to collect temperature sensor data.
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August Circuit Cellar: Sneak Preview - Circuit Cellar

August Circuit Cellar: Sneak Preview - Circuit Cellar | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
The August issue of Circuit Cellar is coming your way next week! Time for a sneak peek at what's inside the next issue. Technologies for Smart Buildings, 1-Wire protocol project, build a full home security system, application-specific MCUs, 3-phase electric power, FPGAs and GPUs for AI and more!
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Adafruit 24LC32 I2C EEPROM Breakout - 32Kbit / 4 KB - Stemma QT : ID 5146 : $3.95 : Adafruit Industries, Unique & fun DIY electronics and kits

Adafruit 24LC32 I2C EEPROM Breakout - 32Kbit / 4 KB - Stemma QT : ID 5146 : $3.95 : Adafruit Industries, Unique & fun DIY electronics and kits | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Adafruit Industries, Unique & fun DIY electronics and kits Adafruit 24LC32 I2C EEPROM Breakout - 32Kbit / 4 KB - Stemma QT : ID 5146 - If you want to store calibration values, MAC addresses, non-secure access tokens, or other unique identifiers, EEPROM storage is a great option.
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— RFID datalogger : now the electronics parts are...

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RFID datalogger : now the electronics parts are present and need to be included in the 3d printed device. Cabling will soon be done and software will follow. . . . . . . #3dprinting #3dprint #arduino...
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Irrigation System

Irrigation System | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
This relatively simple system keeps track of the moisture in the soil and activates up to eight valves for watering plants when necessary.
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[M5Stack Core2 for AWS] PlatformIO を使用して、ArduinoでHello Worldしてみました | DevelopersIO

[M5Stack Core2 for AWS] PlatformIO を使用して、ArduinoでHello Worldしてみました | DevelopersIO | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
1 はじめに IoT事業部の平内(SIN)です。 先日まで、M5Stack Core2 for AWSがどのような構成になているかを確認するため、Core2 for AWS IoT EduKit BSPの動作確認を進めま …...
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Learn the Internet of Things with this free course

Learn the Internet of Things with this free course | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
if you are interested in learning more about the world of connectivity that makes up the Internet of Things Microsoft has a free course...
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Two Channel AC Solid State Relay Arduino Shield - RobotShop

Two Channel AC Solid State Relay Arduino Shield and other robot products. At RobotShop, you will find everything about robotics.
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Raspberry Pi Pico Pocket-Sized Ping Pong

Raspberry Pi Pico Pocket-Sized Ping Pong | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
The power of the Arduino and Raspberry Pi Pico in one project...
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Rock Pi 4 Plus SBC Features Rockchip OP1 Processor and eMMC Storage with Twister OS Armbian

Rock Pi 4 Plus SBC Features Rockchip OP1 Processor and eMMC Storage with Twister OS Armbian | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Radxa's Rock Pi 4 Plus is a Rock Pi 4 with Rockchip OP1 Processor to the SBC featuring eMMC flash preloaded with Twister OS Armbian.
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How to use Raspberry Pi GPIO pins with

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Ubuntu is an open source software operating system that runs from the desktop, to the cloud, to all your internet connected things.
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arduino - Can I use the ES8226 Module on its own?

arduino - Can I use the ES8226 Module on its own? | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
It depends on the complexity of the firmware and the amount of data you need to load/parse/cache on the ESP8266. If it's a basic REST API you can GET and POST some data with minimal payloads it should work on the ESP8266 directly. I haven't used this module in a few years, but from what I recall there are multiple firmware options each with supporting different languages (e.g. c++ / Lua / MicroPython), each with more or less features. My assumption is that if you need to use an Arduino depending on the type and number of sensors required. One other scenario might be projects where the majority of the code is Arduino already (possibly even assembly) and the ESP is simply used to allow the Arduino Uno to connect to WiFi. (There are official Arduino boards with Wifi support now though). Bare in mind ESP8266 comes in quite a few flavours. The minimal version(ESP-01) supporting up to 4 digital pins (if you re-use RX/TX pins). If you need to use analog pins or more digital pins you'd need a different model (e.g. ESP8266-12 or higher). Personally I've found the ESP-01 model a bit annoying to program on it's own and had to use a basic improvised circuit to make it easier to switch between flashing modes so I could re-program the board. If funds allow it I recommend saving yourself the headaches and getting at least an ESP8266-12 or higher or even an ESP-32 which has even more features. Bottom line is to see what specs you'd need to connect/send/receive/parse web data and find the closest matching WiFi enabled micro controller (ideally with a bit of extra grunt just in case the web requirements change in the future). This may be an ESP model or a completely different web enabled micro controller. The decision is yours based on the factors mentioned above as well as availability / pricing / budget / etc. Slightly off-topic, if the REST data you're using is using JSON payloads it's worth checking and ArduinoJson and it's Assistant tool: it makes serialising/deserialising JSON much easier.
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Hands On With The Raspberry Pi POE+ HAT

Hands On With The Raspberry Pi POE+ HAT | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
There's a lot happening in the world of Pi. Just when we thought the Raspberry Pi Foundation were going to take a break, they announced a new PoE+ HAT (Hardware Attached on Top) for the Pi B3+ and Pi ...
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Raspberry Pi 4A Could Skip USB 3, Have PCIe Port

Raspberry Pi 4A Could Skip USB 3, Have PCIe Port | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
The Raspberry Pi series of boards is missing a Model A, and Eben Upton explains what could be on that board.
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Langstone Project - UK Microwave Group Wiki

Langstone Project - UK Microwave Group Wiki | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it

The Langstone project is an all mode Microwave transceiver covering bands from 70MHz to 5.7GHz running on a Raspberry Pi4 and the Adalm Pluto. The project started life as an early prototype for the Hayling project and is named Langstone as it is on the way to Hayling Island! Since the demise of the Hayling project, the Langstone has now gone mainstream! Contents Features Touch screen user interface All mode (CW/SSB/FM/AM) narrow band transceiver 70MHz - 5.7GHz (the unit will actually generate a signal from 47 MHz to 6 GHz) Experimental support for 10GHz and 24GHz using Harmonic mixing Waterfall spectrum display Morse Ident for Beacon Mode. 

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Working 10m FT8 with only a technician license and sub-$100 used radio

Working 10m FT8 with only a technician license and sub-$100 used radio | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
After fixing an antenna snafu, my sub-$100 Realistic HTX-100 off eBay got some great 10 meter FT8 QSOs, only a technician license required!
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VS Code Workspaces with ESP32 and ESP8266 Projects

VS Code Workspaces with ESP32 and ESP8266 Projects | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Learn how to use workspaces on VS Code to organize your ESP32/ESP8266 projects. Work with single-folder workspace, multi-root workspace, advantages of workspaces.
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The Raspberry Pi Pico-Powered Pico MIDI (H)Arp Turns Nearby Wireless Signals Into Music to Your Ears

The Raspberry Pi Pico-Powered Pico MIDI (H)Arp Turns Nearby Wireless Signals Into Music to Your Ears | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Driven by MicroPython on a Raspberry Pi Pico with Pimoroni Pico Wireless add-on, this music generator plucks Wi-Fi signals from the air.
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ESP32-C3 board comes with 16340 battery holder, Mini D1 compatibility - CNX Software

ESP32-C3 board comes with 16340 battery holder, Mini D1 compatibility - CNX Software | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
LilyGo TTGO T-OI PLUS ESP32-C3 board features a 16340 battery holder, supports Wemos D1 mini expansion modules.
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