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We've got a new project up on Kickstarter. It's a Programmable System on a Chip (PSOC) hat for the Raspberry Pi.   Features Cypress Semiconductor PSOC 5LP part  CY8C5267AXI-LP051 Core: ARM Cortex M3 Data Bus Width: 32 bit Maximum Clock Frequency: 67 MHz Program Memory Size: 128 kB Data RAM Size: 32 kB ADC Resolution: 12 bit Data RAM Type: SRAM Interface Type: I2C Number of ADC Channels: 1 Number of I/Os: 72 I/O Number of Timers/Counters: 4 Timer Program Memory Type: Flas ...
I am trying to use uart communication on Raspberry pi3. it works fine on the baud rates 9600 and 19200. But it is not working on baud rate 10417. Is there any particular reason for that?? What i ave to do for making communication at baud rate 10417.   I disabled bluetooth. and enable uart. My raspberry pi is connected with pic microcontroller my simple code is   import serial,time roomcontroller=serial.Serial("/dev/ttyAMA0",baudrate=10417,timeout=.05) roomcontroller.write('1') ...
Global Connector Technology's (GCT) Dual USB connector for Raspberry Pi is now available in stock from Newark. USB1035 Dual USB2.0 type A connector If you're not familiar with Global Connector Technlogy, here's some background from a PR piece:   GCT delivers 10 million dual USB connectors for Raspberry Pi application Global Connector Technology (GCT) has shipped its ten millionth Dual USB connector USB1035 for the Raspberry Pi.   Two dual USB connectors are used on each Raspb ...
At some point in time in our lives we have all created projects outside the scope of work and never got any credit for it. Here is your chance to show off your side projects and/or work projects where you programmed hardware boards like Arduino and Raspberry Pi using MATLAB and/or Simulink. You could win up to $1000 This challenge is open to everyone over the age of 18 and community gets to vote for their favorite project. Steps to enter the challenge – Create an original video and upload ...
Note: This is a continuation of an earlier post, Raspberry Pi 3 Cooling / Heat Sink Ideas   Introduction Having recently been experimenting with Pi 3’s and displays, analog-to-digital converters (ADCs) and a very high speed data logging multimeter from Keysight, the stars aligned to allow me to measure several parameters to get to know the Pi 3 a bit better.   As the Pi’s System-on-Chip (SoC) which contains the CPU and cache memory works harder, the SoC will consume more p ...
Introduction A while back a RaspberryPi.org-designed 7-inch Display with Capacitive Touch Capability was released; I decided to assemble it into an enclosure. This blog post documents the steps I took, including how to connect the Pi to the capacitive touch display.   The enclosure is very nicely made. It is not moulded but is instead composed from cut and heat-folded polystyrene material. Unlike some other enclosures, it has rounded/finished smooth edges and looks pretty good.   40 ...
For the Gnome Street Gnome event I wanted to be able to run the workshop without the need for lots of HDMI monitors and keyboards. I also wanted the simplest set-up possible as I knew I'd likely need to do it multiple times. The organiser provided me with a pile of Pi3, each with an SDcard containing noobs. I used the latest full Raspian image and flashed it to the SDCards using my laptop and Win32DiskImager. The image contains all the software needed pre-installed so saved me downloading mor ...

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