CrowPi- A Raspberry Pi Kit to Learn Computer Science, Programming, and Electronics
Raspberry Pi

CrowPi- A Raspberry Pi Kit to Learn Computer Science, Programming, and Electronics

Ever since the first Raspberry Pi was released back in 2012, millions of them have been sold worldwide and have revolutionized the learning industry especially in STEM Education. The Raspberry Pi has not only been used in the classroom but deployed into commercial applications as...

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Introduction to DigiSpark – A Smaller, Cheaper and Powerful Arduino board
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Introduction to DigiSpark – A Smaller, Cheaper and Powerful Arduino board

The Digispark board is one of the smallest Arduino boards ever produced and is copyrighted by Digistump LLC. Although it is tiny, it is also very powerful and powered by an ATTINY85 chip clocked up to 16.5Mhz (about the same speed as Arduino Uno boards). So Digispark is simply a...

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3D Printed Objects that can connect to Wi-Fi without any Electronics
IoT

3D Printed Objects that can connect to Wi-Fi without any Electronics

The world has seen an exponential growth of the Internet of things, where things are becoming connected. Every physical object is giving the chance to be connected to the internet and emit some data about itself with just the addition of some chips, and some form of wireless interface....

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Electronics Cheat Sheet Poster
Basic Electronics

Electronics Cheat Sheet Poster

A quick reference in learning and debugging your electronics projects. Click "save image as" to get the full resolution...

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Terahertz Electronics – Way To Bridge The largely-untapped Region Between 100GHz and 10THz
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Terahertz Electronics – Way To Bridge The largely-untapped Region Between 100GHz and 10THz

The terahertz (THz) region, which is based on 1THz frequency, separates electronics from photonics and has been difficult to access for ages. Semiconductor electronics cannot handle frequencies equal to or greater than 100GHz due to various transport-time related limitations. In other...

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A Bench Power Supply using computer PSU
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A Bench Power Supply using computer PSU

As we know, PSU in computers provides various DC voltages, 3.3V, 5V and 12V. These 3 levels are the most common ones needed in our labs, so usually PC PSUs are used by a lot of makers and hackers as their personal bench power supply. The PSU has a standard connector called ATX, you can...

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Electronics & Arduino Reference Cards
Basic Electronics

Electronics & Arduino Reference Cards

Adafruit has published some new Business card-sized references for Arduino and basic electronics. Adobe Illustrator format files are available for download on their github.com repository. Adobe Illustrator format. These are sized for Overnight Prints‘ standard business card...

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