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  1. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RX9iCh0l0UU&ab_channel=AmebaIoT Happy Chinese New Year! The project is a combination of Eink display and buzzer music. Basically, the project is the summary refer to the following 2 links. https://www.arduino.cc/en/Tutorial/BuiltInExamples/toneMelody/ https://www.amebaiot.com/en/amebad-arduino-epaper/ Best wishes to all!
  2. There is a new Eink related project starting. Guys, anybody could give me some suggestions about how to use RFID by cell phone?
  3. The last demo is display the real time data with powersave mode. In this example, we use the Ameba RTL8722 module connects to a Waveshare 2.9inch e-Paper module to display a few texts data from the DHT sensor. The display uses the flexible substrate as the base plate, with interface and a reference system design. The DHT sensor reads data and displays on Eink screen when system is awake. After 5 seconds system auto enter DeepSleep Mode for power save. System will wake up by wakeup source. https://www.amebaiot.com/en/amebad-arduino-deepsleepmode-elink/
  4. The third demo is display the texts. In this example, we use the Ameba RTL8722 module connects to a Waveshare 2.9inch e-Paper module to display a few texts. The display uses the flexible substrate as the base plate, with interface and a reference system design. The text is generated from customized libraries and has restructured into hex data. The data is sent to the screen to directly control the pixel and display. https://www.amebaiot.com/en/amebad-arduino-epaper-text/
  5. The second demo is controlling the pixel directly. In this example, we use the Ameba RTL8722 module connects to a Waveshare 2.9inch e-Paper module to display a few QR codes. The display uses the flexible substrate as the base plate, with interface and a reference system design. The QR code is generated from URL and has restructured into hex data. The data is sent to the screen to directly control the pixel and display. https://www.amebaiot.com/en/amebad-arduino-epaper-qrocde/
  6. In this example, use the Ameba RTL8722 module connects to a Waveshare 2.9inch e-Paper module to display a few QR codes. The display uses the flexible substrate as a base plate, with an interface and a reference system design. Firstly, you need to prepare a picture/photo in the format of 296×128 pixels. It is easy to find a photo resizing tool online and download the generated image in JPG format. Then link all hardware and upload code in to the hardware. Upon successfully upload the sample code and press the reset button, you need to wait for around 1~2 seconds for the e-Paper module to
  7. n this project, a WiFi configuration service is set up on the Ameba Bluetooth stack. A mobile phone with the configuration app connects to the Ameba device using BLE and configures the Ameba to connect to the correct WiFi access point. Realtek WiFi configuration app should be installed on the mobile phone, it is available at: - Google Play Store: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.rtk.btconfig - Apple App Store: https://apps.apple.com/sg/app/easy-wifi-config/id1194919510 Refer to the link for instructions to apply the wifi configuration.
  8. Hi, Guy I have joined this forum some time. Recently, i have just finished a project development. The project is building CMD line(cli) tools for multiple OS, windows10, linux and macos. I just want to share you guys my experience with the 3 platform. BTW, the RTL8722DM dev from following link is what my project is used for. https://www.amebaiot.com/en/amebad-arduino-getting-started/ Basically, windows is the most convenient platform. It has all kind of tools for compiling c, cpp and c# projects. One things need to be considered. 1, if you use visual studio for c# in windows. the too
  9. A BLE beacon broadcasts its identity to nearby Bluetooth devices, to enable the other devices to determine their location relative to the beacon, and to perform actions based on information broadcast by the beacon. Example applications of beacons include indoor positioning system, location-based advertising and more. From the definition of its purpose as a broadcast device, a BLE beacon thus cannot be connected to, and can only send information in its Bluetooth advertisement packets. There are several BLE beacon protocols. The Ameba BLEBeacon library supports the iBeacon and Alt
  10. BLE connections use a server client model. The server contains the data of interest, while the client connects to the server to read the data. Commonly, a Bluetooth peripheral device acts as a server, while a Bluetooth central device acts as a client. Servers can contain many services, with each service containing a some set of data. Clients can send requests to read or write some data and can also subscribe to notifications so that the server can send data updates to a client. In this example, a basic battery service is set up on the Ameba Bluetooth stack. A mobile phone is used to conne
  11. This project use Ameba Dev. board RTL8710AF, which connects to an OLED display to show temperature data obtained from the MLX90615 IR sensor. Pushing the push button not only perform data acquisition and visualization, but also publish the data via MQTT to all subscribers. The casing is using 3D printing all 3D design files will be open source on github page. GitHub page https://github.com/Realtek-AmebaApp/ Official pages https://www.amebaiot.com/en/ Facebook pages https://www.facebook.com/groups/AmebaIoT/
  12. Realtek's Ameba RTL8195AM supports including IFTTT services in your IoT projects. If This Then That (IFTTT) is a simple to use cloud service that allow you to set actions that will be performed when certain conditions are met. You can link in other devices and services, such as smart lights and twitter, to automate various actions in the background. The example code for Ameba uses IFTTT to trigger the sending of an email alerting you that some event happened. You can find the guide and source code at the official website. https://www.amebaiot.com/en/ifttt-via-ameba/ Faceboo
  13. Descriptions In this example, a fingerprint identification module is used to store fingerprints and identify them. This module uses SYNOCHIP AS606 chip, which can store up to 1000 sets of fingerprints. Step1 Finish up all hardware connections. This module uses UART to communicate with AMEBA. In addition to VCC (3.3V) and GND, and using UART TX and RX lines, we turn the module to the back. Step2 Download Arduino IDE, install Ameba RTL8195 board. refer to https://www.amebaiot.com/en/ameba-arduino-getting-started/ For the way to install the library, please refer to
  14. One of the most useful IoT applications is home security. Imagine a thief cutting your security camera wire while trying to break into house. This won’t happen if your security system goes wireless and smart. This project demonstrates the capability of Realtek Ameba dev. board to conduct board-to-board communication via MQTT (FREE MQTT broker hosted at cloud.amebaiot.com). With this home security system, you will definitely be alarmed when your window/door is opened by the self-invited as the buzzer will make loud irritating noise while red LED flashes continuously.
  15. The focus of this project is to demonstrates how easy it is for Ameba Wi-Fi Dev. board to communicate with our smart phone via MQTT protocol. Phone to microcontroller communication used to be very difficult as they use totally different hardware interface and phone get its data mainly through the network. Now with a Wi-Fi enabled microcontroller like Ameba RTL8195AM, communication with our phone becomes a bliss. Of course, in this video, only a mini window is used for demonstration purpose, but controlling a real window should not be a problem if you simply replace the servo motor with
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