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Blogs about Ethernet

Blogs about Ethernet

  • Oxford Raspberry Jam - Feb 2014

    Pete Wood

    As the Raspberry Pi marks its 2nd Anniversary, we thought we'd round up a few familiar faces, as well as some new ones, and get together for another Raspberry Jam Show and Tell Session!


    • Microchip Masters 2013 - India


      Registration opens for Microchip's annual India MASTERs Conferences Premiere technical training events for embedded-control engineers to be held in Bangalore andPune; Classes available for all experience levels, from beginner to expert 19 September 2013 [NASDAQ: MCHP] — Microchip Technology Inc.


      • [┼áikulaRobotik] Connecting BeagleBoneBlack


        This is the second article of a series about BeagleBoneBlack by Šikula Robotik association. In last post, we have seen how to setup a Linux distribution on BBB and what happens during boot process. We will now connect the BBB to the network, firstlyby using a traditionnal Ethernet port, and with an Ethernet over USB link afterwards. Wireless connections are out of scope in this article.


        • Arduino or Raspberry Pi?

          Andrew Back

          A comparison of the respective benefits of the low cost embedded development platforms that may help with making a decision as to which to use when.


          • The Android PC System -APC 8750

            Pete Wood

            Priced between the Beagle Board and the Raspberry Pi, the new kid on the block is Via Technologies APC 8750.  It runs on a preinstalled custom Android Operating System and includes a basic s


            • Hacking the TP-Link TL-WR703N

              Andrew Back

              The TL-WR703N is a 3G travel router that has become a hit with the hacking community due its low cost, compact size and the ease at which it can be re-purposed. This post covers initial experiences wi