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I enjoyed that, thanks Andrew
I have used few development board last year and these are listed below:
STM: NUCLEO H743, NUCLEO L432, NUCLEO F411, Discovery F746, Generic STM32f103 board (aka blue pill)
The manufacturers maintain an up-to-date documentation with new product revisions: https://redpitaya.readthedocs.io/en/latest/quickStart/quickStart.html
I have downloaded the guide, thank you for re-attaching.
I have a couple of concerns:
1/. on first exemination, the guide appears to be for an earlier version of the web interface. I am...
I'll have a read thru and if my question isn't answered, in those immortal words:
I'll be back...
Rohm Semiconductor makes a wide range of sensors. Here we look at the sensor modules they have produced for the Sony Spresense development kit.
Stalwarts of DesignSpark may remember my occasional posts on ‘Bare-metal coding’ based on my project to create an embedded version of Forth for the Microchip dsPIC33 DSC device. Here I try it on a Clicker 2 board with the EP version of the chip.
Every electronics project nowadays seems to need a digital computer at its heart. The ‘Single Board Computer’ (SBC) is frequently offered as the solution. But what is an SBC and is it really the best choice to solve your digital problems?
A first look, trying out the different modules and building a voice-controlled MP3 Player.
Jump in to prototyping with both feet using new PSoC 6 boards from Cypress: the PSoC® 6 BLE Prototyping Board (CY8CPROTO-063-BLE) and the PSoC® 6 Wi-Fi® BT Prototyping Kit (CY8CPROTO-062-4343W).
So what development boards have you been using in 2018 and what are you looking forward to using in 2019?
Our first Tech Spotlight focuses on the new Sony Spresense development kit.
Designed to help the IoT engineer rapidly and securely prototype and evaluate their sensory networks.