• NFC Products: IoT solution made easy with NFC 2: Bluetooth pairing with the NTAG I²C plus kit for Arduino pinout

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  • NFC Products: IoT solution made easy with NFC 2: Bluetooth pairing with the NTAG I²C plus kit for Arduino pinout

      Today, the growing number of NFC smartphones enables intuitive interaction with just a tap to your smart device. Take the Smart Home example: very often complexity comes with the first setup of devices that are...
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  • IIOT

    Hello everyone,   I am working on IIOT related project in which I am using nodeMCU as a node devices and using pi as a server. But I found some problem with NodeMCU. Sometimes It does't work as expected. I have ...
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  • Ultra-Low-Power Design using NXP's i.MX 7ULP

        Over a decade ago, I had my first article published on the topic of Smart Speed, with the idea that power consumption must be as important a design consideration for mobile communications devices as spee...
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  • What's the dumbest thing you could sense and connect to the internet?

    At first, I thought "how about the internet of showers?" then realised monitoring of water consumption, moisture, bacteria levels, and general use was probably sensible.   Then I thought "what about shovels?" th...
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  • NFC Products: IoT solution made easy with NFC 1: NFC commissioning solution with the NTAG I²C plus kit for Arduino pinout

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  • Avnet's Azure Sphere Starter-Kit (Out of Box Demo) Part 1 of 3

    Introduction Developing products with Microsoft Azure Sphere has just become a lot easier with a new Azure Sphere MT3620 Starter Kit hardware and application software examples from Avnet. This highly adaptable starter...
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  • Symbisa Brings Physical IoT Sensing and Tracking to the Office

    IoT - It's not always about Arduino, Raspberry Pi and ESP8266 Whenever someone talks about the Internet of Things, and you get past the jokes about the toasters and fridges, and beyond the fear-mongering concerns for ...
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  • NFC Products: IoT solution made easy with NFC 1: NFC commissioning solution with the NTAG I²C plus kit for Arduino pinout

    The Internet of Things or IoT is a buzzword these days.   Generally speaking, IoT refers to all kind of objects…. from medical equipment, appliances, wearables, meters, to cars….  which get eq...
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  • Azure Sphere Secure IOT - I2C Compass

    My experiments with U-Center and the GPS module had shown that the direction indication was not very reliable. Following a link in Kevin Saye's post, I discovered a command that should tell the orientation. But my dev...
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  • Azure Sphere Secure IOT - A closer look

    The magnifying glass and even a microscope came out today as I took a closer look at the board. I like how the headers have a bit of spacing between them, lets see if that's sufficient to allow for connectors. I'm a b...
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  • Azure Sphere Secure IOT - Project Overview

    As hinted at in some of the previous posts I'm going to be using the board to complete a small project. Because the SDK only supported UART and GPIO at the time I started the project I was looking for something that c...
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  • Azure Sphere Secure IOT - Connecting to Azure Functions

    For my IOTCompass I need to be able to determined the direction to turn in. This can be done by passing the current and target positions to a function which can calculate a bearing. The calculation for this is approxi...
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  • Azure Sphere Secure IOT - Connecting Hardware

    Updated SDK This week there was an update of the SDK for the Azure Sphere so I thought I'd download that and the other tools I was using. The SDK now has support for storage, real time clock, storage and external MCU ...
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  • Azure Sphere Secure IOT - Device Update

    From the Overview in Visual Studio, you can get the "Device Status", from there you can get the application status of the attached device. It's also possible to launch the Azure Sphere developer prompt from here ...
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  • Azure Sphere Secure IOT - Login, Claim Device, Upload code

    As mentioned in the Azure Sphere Secure IOT - First look the next step is to "claim" the board. This registers the device with the portal so you can remote control it.   Login One of the things installed with the...
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  • Azure Sphere Secure IOT - Connecting Sensors

    OptoSensor As David Murphy mentions, a stepper motor solution needs to know where the arrow is pointing when the device starts up. Looking in the spares box, I saw I had a Omron EE-SY310 reflective sensor from an old ...
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  • Azure Sphere Secure IOT - First look

    Overview  Azure Sphere is a new platform from Microsoft it consists of a system on chip, SDK and online tools for management. The key problem they are trying to solve is making IOT devices secure.    ...
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  • CLRC663 plus - Push your NFC design further

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  • CLRC663 plus - Push your NFC design further

    The CLRC663 plus is the follow-up to the groundbreaking CLRC663. It delivers optimal performance in every application and offers a special low-power support to make battery-powered systems more efficient.   CLR...
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