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Learn about the Open University Student Rocket Team's plans for their entry into the Spaceport America Cup 2020 and the importance of the competition to the team's members. Can you help the team to reach their goal?
February is the month of love (well Valentines Day is in February!) and here at DesignSpark we really love electronics… and we know that you do too! So we’re giving you the chance to enter our competition to win some great electronics goodies!
Until the end of January we are giving you the chance to start the year in style by winning a bundle of engineering products worth over £2500 in our New Year Giveaway thanks to our sponsors STMicroelectronics, TE Connectivity and Maxim Integrated.
Thank you all for sharing so much DesignSpark love over the last three months – we’ve welcomed over 200 new members from your referrals alone.
We are offering you the chance to win an exclusive engineers bundle worth over £2500, including a connected coffee machine, soldering station and Nintendo Switch Lite. Sponsored by Maxim Integrated, TE Connectivity and STMicroelectronics.
Our DesignSpark Elves, Faraday and Lovelace, returned to DesignSpark HQ for December for our annual advent giveaway on our Twitter account @DesignSparkRS.
Did you know that this summer the team of the Technical University of Munich took home the #SpaceX #Hyperloop Pod Competition win thanks to achieving the top speed overall (288 mph!!)? Traco Power DC-DC converter played an important role.
Earn as many ‘virtual raffle tickets’ as you can to maximise your chance of winning big in our brand-new, quarterly prize draw; plus, top referrers each period will win an exclusive DesignSpark goody bag!
To celebrate the launch of the new RS PRO shop, RS Components are giving you the chance to win a 10-piece insulated screwdriver set.
When we are trying to build electronics for agriculture the most important parameters are robustness and efficiency. This data collection board is a general-purpose board ready for agro-based projects. It uses an ATMEGA164PU an AVR 8 bit MCU.
This article documents my experimentation with the CYBT-213043-MESH and CYW920819EVB-02 development kits and my attempts to utilise the latest Bluetooth standards to create novel centralised and decentralised greenhouse control systems.
Low power BLE Mesh network consisting of sensors and 'Bells'. Sensor boards have reed switch inputs and doorbell push switch. When activated, messages are sent to the network. Bell units pick up the messages for relevant AWD sounds. NOT COMPLETED!