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SmartSim: The free open-source digital logic circuit design and simulation platform (via Smartsim) Simulation is incredibly important in the field of engineering. Think about it, would you ever want to be on an airplane that wasn’t crash tested or its flight characteristics checked out in a wind tunnel? How about getting into a vehicle that hasn’t been crash rated? Without simulation, things like space exploration, robotic surgery and the latest mobile devices would not be where t ...
David Hunt’s DIY PiPhone. (via DavidHunt) There are literally thousands of Raspberry Pi projects that have been posted on the internet since the device was introduced to the market as a learning tool way back in 2012 and while some border on the mundane (using it simply as a PC) others are truly unique. Case-in-point- programmer/photographer David Hunts do-it-yourself Pi-based PiPhone project, which turns the popular single-board computer into a cellphone. The phone, as it is at this poi ...
Designing in the Future: Raspberry Pi Compute Module Development Kit   Coming Summer 2014!   The new Raspberry Pi Compute Development Kit enables design engineers to harness the power of the Raspberry Pi for embedded applications.   Small and Powerful. SODIMM sized (6.5cm by 3cm) Raspberry Pi board contains the BCM2835 chip with 512MB RAM with an on board 4GB eMMC Flash memory for booting the OS. Flexible and Rapid Prototype Development. A fully functional IO board is p ...
Hi, I am 18 years old, callsign M0WUT and I have been constructing an amateur radio all band transceiver controlled by the Raspberry Pi. The progress on this will be detailed here on element14.   One of the main functions of the Raspberry Pi in this project is generating the frequency required to function as the Local Oscillator for this project. I had 4 main options to choose from and I will go through the pros and cons (in my opinion) of each method.   Method 1 The simplest way t ...

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