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2014
I just saw this: http://hackaday.com/2014/07/22/talking-beagleboard-with-jason-kridner/   It's a 14-channel 100Msps logic analyzer using the BeagleBone Black and no additional hardware - it makes use of the on-chip dual programmable real-time units (PRUs). Apparently it has been used to capture sustained >100MByte sized data streams : ) And also for I2S audio data capture : ) It would be ideal for digital audio testing! Highly impressive stuff.   The BBB has evolved into the uni ...
Probably the best way to understand the Internet of Things is to get some things on the Internet and in this article we're going to do just that.   What we are going to assemble is a greenhouse control system which will be able to monitor temperature and light levels and control the windows on the greenhouse. More importantly, at the end of it, you'll have a development platform built for further exploration. At the core of what we are constructing will be a BeagleBone Black, a powerful, s ...