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Redstone

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Electronics Design Engineer | RS Components

Mark completed his Electronic Engineering degree in 1991 and went on to work in real-time digital signal processing applications engineering, later moving into technical marketing.

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Redstone

Microcontrollers

3 months ago

Cypress WiFi-BT Pioneer Kit Embedded Networking, The Easy Way

With so much emphasis on ‘Smart’ everything, it can be easy to forget that many applications only need simple networking connections, which are incredibly easy to do with Zerynth Python.

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Innovation

4 months ago

Blockchain Primer – Part 3

In our final part we discuss some of the other ideas and terms you are likely to meet in your adventures with blockchain before concluding with a reality check on where this technology is headed.

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Redstone

Development Kits

5 months ago

The Sensitive Side of Rohm Semiconductor

Rohm Semiconductor makes a wide range of sensors. Here we look at the sensor modules they have produced for the Sony Spresense development kit.

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Redstone

Internet of Things

5 months ago

ON Semiconductor and BLE 5

On Semiconductor's RSL10 SoC is an extremely low power entry into the Bluetooth 5 arena. Here we take a quick look at what makes the RSL10 appealing for embedded edge-tier IoT applications.

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Redstone

Articles

6 months ago

Blockchain Primer – Part 2

In this part, we will look at how blockchain functions in the wild, as part of a co-operating network.

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Redstone

Innovation

7 months ago

Blockchain Primer - Part 1

An introduction to the key concepts behind blockchain, making it easier to decide which of your applications would be enhanced by this technology.

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Redstone

Development Kits

8 months ago

Cypress PSoC 6 Prototyping Boards

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).

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Redstone

Development Kits

8 months ago

Sony is making its Spresense felt…

Our first Tech Spotlight focuses on the new Sony Spresense development kit.

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Redstone

Microcontrollers

10 months ago

Experimenting With Peripherals and the Clicker 2 for PSoC 6

The Cypress Semiconductor PSoC 6 device is a very powerful and flexible microcontroller with a host of great features. In this article, we go back to basics and set up so we can easily experiment with sensors we may want to use in a project.

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Redstone

Microcontrollers

1 year ago

Cypress PSoC 6 WiFi For All

Microcontrollers are scary devices, aren't they? Well, no. Not really. In this article I run up a Cypress Semiconductor PSoC 6 Wi-Fi kit to show that any reasonably confident SBC user can use their powerful features.

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Redstone

Raspberry Pi

1 year ago

The Raspberry Pi Weather Station – In Ten Minutes Flat

The weather is a hot topic again in the UK, where we are experiencing something of a heatwave. This is generally referred to as ‘summer’ elsewhere in the world but heat in summer is something of an outlandish concept to the people of this island!

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Redstone

Raspberry Pi

1 year ago

Starting Out With A DesignSpark Pmod HAT

A Python library for the DesignSpark Pmod HAT? Now that is something I have to try out...

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