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How to Build a Digital Input and Digital Control Using Microchip’s RN487x Bluetooth Module
Learn how to use a Microchip module to prototype digital input and digital control peripherals.
3 days ago
Hardware Evaluation of a Custom Programmable Wi-Fi Controller: The WiCard
This article explores the schematic design and basic features of a smart programmable wireless controller module I designed: the WiCard.
June 01, 2018
M. Mahdi K. Kanan
How to Add Bluetooth 5 to a Project with a GT-tronics BLE5 Module
This article demonstrates a solderless-breadboard compatible carrier-board for a pre-certified BLE4 or BLE5 module made by GT-Tronics. Use it to experiment with your own BLE5 compatible...
April 04, 2018
Power over Ethernet (PoE) with Microchip’s EoE!
Embrace the power of Power over Ethernet with Microchip's Ethernet of Everything!
January 26, 2018
F.U.N. with B.L.E.
With all these invisible radio frequencies flying through the air, we should know a little bit about what exactly they are!
September 08, 2017
The Wi-Fi Eye, Part 4: Power System and Neopixel Lights
In part 4 of our Wi-Fi Eye project, we'll deal with our power supply
July 28, 2017
The Wi-Fi Eye, Part 3: Choosing the Right Servos for the Job
Part 3 of this project focuses on choosing and configuring the servos you will use to create your Wi-Fi Eye.
July 27, 2017
The Wi-Fi Eye, Part 2: Firmware, Wiring, and Network Connection
Part two of building a device that can detect Wi-Fi signals and "react" accordingly.
July 26, 2017
The Wi-Fi Eye, Part 1: Introduction, Features, and Materials
Building an animatronic, wearable, Wi-Fi robots, part 1: Programming the controller.
July 25, 2017
Troubleshooting Tools for Your Next Bluetooth LE Project: Ubertooth and the Nordic nRF Sniffer
Bluetooth LE was designed with the IoT in mind. Here are some options for troubleshooting your next Bluetooth LE project.
July 14, 2017
Make a Web Server with ESP8266
In this project, we first examine how to install an ESP8266 add-on on Arduino IDE and then we make a configurable web server with an ESP8266 and show the simplicity of this process....
July 05, 2017
Mohammad Amin Karami
“Everything is Better with Bluetooth”: Add Your Own Custom Bluetooth LE to Your Next Project
Bluetooth low energy (BLE) is designed to intermittently transmit information using a limited amount of power. This article provides the building blocks that allow you to add BLE to your...
June 28, 2017
Build an IoT Notification Device
Enter the world of the Internet of Things by building your own IoT notification device.
June 23, 2017
Add Voice Commands to Your Next Project with Bluetooth LE
This project uses the Alorium Technology XLR8, a Bluetooth LE HID Implementation, and the EasyVR voice recognition module to add voice-activated movements to your next project....
May 17, 2017
Build an Arduino Multi-Node BLE Humidity and Temperature Sensor Monitor
Use Cypress Solar-Powered BLE Sensors, an Arduino UNO, and an HM10 BLE module to make your own multi-node temperature and humidity monitor and display....
April 28, 2017
How to Flash ESP-01 Firmware to the Improved SDK v2.0.0
Learn about SKD v2.0.0 and how flashing your ESP-01's firmware just got easier.
March 17, 2017
Charles R. Hampton
Creating a Simple Data Logger with the RIOT (Realtime Internet of Things) Framework
In this project, we will demonstrate the simplicity of RIOT by creating a data logger that will plot levels of light onto a graph on a PC server application....
March 08, 2017
Using a SIM900A to Send Sensor Data to a Website
In this article, I'll show you how I used one of my SIM900A GSM modules to send temperature and relative humidity to my personal website....
February 23, 2017
Testing a Custom IoT Framework by Controlling an LED: RIOT (RealTime Internet of Things)
Using a custom framework (RIOT) to control an LED with a networked computer.
February 08, 2017
An Introductory Project for Software Defined Radio
Learn how to listen to frequencies on the air with nothing more than a USB dongle: first FM radio, then voice signals.
February 02, 2017
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