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Arduino Nano Sensor Interface

TK Hareendran guides you to discover the basics of low power modes using an Arduino Nano. These modes are particularly useful for edge node sensor applications. This is the first in a series of blog posts on the topic.

Wi-Fi Witty Primer

T.K. Hareendran - 11/28/2017

This is just an introduction to Wi-Fi Witty (also known as Wi-Fi Witty Cloud Development Board/ESP Witty) — [...]

Home IoT – Voice Controlled Lab Lights with Amazon Alexa and ESP8266

Brent Voltz - 11/20/2017

I recently won an Amazon Echo in a BBQ cooking competition and I was eager to get it [...]

Weekly Roundup – Top Links for the 2nd Week of November 2017

Adam Carlson - 11/17/2017

From the Editor I hope all are doing well.  Here in the US, next week we will be [...]

Hacking a Camera Shutter with Infineon TLE94112LE and Arduino – Part 1

Enrico Miglino - 11/16/2017

Part 1 - Reverse engineering and hardware design This is the first post of the "PONF" series. I [...]

Visualizing Data with Arduino

T.K. Hareendran - 11/14/2017

I like to visualize things, so I decided to prepare this simple tutorial to help you better understand how to visualize data using Arduino. This tutorial assumes that you have some basic electronics experience, can [...]

Weekly Roundup – Top Links for the 2nd Week of November 2017

Adam Carlson - 11/10/2017

From the Editor I must apologize for the late release of the weekly report this week.  I was [...]

How to Use Switch Mode Power Supplies to Power Your IoT Design

T.K. Hareendran - 11/07/2017

An effective and long-lasting power supply is the backbone of any IoT device. Switch-mode power supplies (SMPSs) are [...]

Building a DIY LED Ring for DSLR Camera

Enrico Miglino - 11/06/2017

LED Ring for a DSLR Camera For me, when I start a new project, I am not interested [...]

Weekly Roundup – Top Links for the 1st Week of November 2017

Adam Carlson - 11/02/2017

From the Editor This Weekly Roundup has a lot of fun projects (some of which are rather shocking).  [...]

USB Power Testing With an Arduino Controlled Dummy Load Project

T.K. Hareendran - 11/01/2017

One part that I find myself using somewhat regularly in microcontroller-based experiments is the “USB power bank” that provides USB-standard 5-V DC output and offers some basic protection features. However, while fiddling with a recent [...]

Weekly Roundup – Top Links for the 4th Week of October 2017

Adam Carlson - 10/26/2017

Editor’s Note This week, I had the wonderful problem of having too much material to share in the [...]

Getting Started with BLE and Arduino

T.K. Hareendran - 10/24/2017

The MLT-BT05 is a readily available, inexpensive Bluetooth 4.0 module based on the Texas Instruments CC2541 Bluetooth Low [...]
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