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Secure Edge Retrofit based on Certified Azure Sphere SoC module Ethernet Dual-band Wi-Fi USB System Block Diagram Application Implementation IoT in Action Demo IoTConnect - the "Easy-button" for Cloud-Connected Systems For more Information Credits Secure Edge Retrofit based on Certified Azure Sphere SoC module A use-case with secure monitoring and remote control of equipment in franchised stores has recently been implemented using Guardian 100 (based on g ...
Useful 19.10 Links What is not in the 19.10 Release! Noteworthy 19.10 Features New Sample Applications CMake by Default New and Changed azsphere CLI Commands What Changed in the Previous 19.09 Release?       Useful 19.10 Links Here's where to go to find-out more about the 19.10 release...   The 19.10 OS will automatically get pushed to your device, provided that your Starter Kit is powered-up and has a Wi-Fi connection to the internet ...
*** Updated 11/19/2019 *** Azure Sphere New Hardware Announcement! What is Azure Sphere Guardian 100? Avnet Azure Sphere Hardware Portfolio What is inside Avnet's Guardian-100? Interfaces and Status LEDs of Guardian-100 Easy Setup and Test using Side-loaded Applications Add Cloud Services, Remote Updates and New Capabilities to Existing Equipment Azure Sphere New Hardware Announcement! Of interest to the thousands of developers who have Azure Sphere Starter Kits, i ...
*** Note! Updated Oct 19, 2019 *** Enabled New Chip Features Enhanced Wi-Fi capabilities API changes SDK Changes Further Tips to Max-Out Your Starter Kit! Azure Sphere OS 19.09 "major" release brings additional capabilities that are worth checking out. Azure Sphere 19.09 Release Overview Azure Sphere 19.09 Release Notes Insights here on some of the new features you can take advantage of with your Starter Kit...   Enabled New Chip Features ADC inputs and PWM outp ...
Introduction Protect your Time-Investment New Azure Sphere OS and SDK Features FTDI USB Combo Interface Features Further Tips to Max-Out Your Starter Kit! Documentation and Support Links Design Challenge Links Introduction A lot of innovative design activity noted from you Element14 and Hackster.io community members these past 3 months with the Azure Sphere Starter Kit! With just 3 weeks remaining now to submit your Design Challenge projects, the goal of this blog ...
Avnet Starter Kit use of MT3620 ISUs (serial interface blocks) Starter Kit use of GPIOs Starter Kit unpopulated Expansion Connectors J11 3-pin header J13 UART/BLE Connector J7  OLED Display Connector For more Information...   Avnet Starter Kit use of MT3620 ISUs (serial interface blocks)  The three ISUs accessible on your Starter Kit are "preconfigured" in that the ISU signals pinned-out of the module were limited for the support of: ISU0: UART0 (4 ...
(Use of A7 and M4 cores, all on-board sensors, ADC, OLED display, IoT Central dashboards, rules & actions for notifications and more...)   Note! Github repo updated for OS 19.11 (31 Dec 2019) Tutorial Introduction Summary and links to earlier three-part Blog series Tutorial Purpose Tutorial Overview ============  Part 1: The M4 and A7 Embedded Applications  ============ Hardware Setup Hardware Items Required Fit an OLED Display to your Azure Sph ...