Arduino Adds Four New Boards To The Ardunino Nano Family
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Arduino Adds Four New Boards To The Ardunino Nano Family

Arduino has announced a new set of boards to the Ardunino Nano family. The boards were on display last weekend at Maker Faire Bay Area in San Mateo at the Arduino booth. Banzi also delivered a talk on “The State of Arduino” at the Faire’s Center Stage. The new family of Arduino...

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Minimal ATmega4809 on a Breadboard
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Minimal ATmega4809 on a Breadboard

David Johnson-Davies published a new project on his personal blog. He shows us how to build a minimal microcontroller on a breadboard based on the ATmega4809, the microprocessor used in the latest AVR-based Arduino boards. It includes a USB-to-serial converter so you can connect it to...

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Seeeduino Crypto Board features ATmega4809 & ECC608
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Seeeduino Crypto Board features ATmega4809 & ECC608

As the name indicates, this board is born for encryption. Seeeduino Crypto is based on high-performance ATmega4809 and featured with Microchip ECC608 crypto chip. With the help of the ECC608 crypto chip, you can experience encrypted communication, such as I2C encryption. Along...

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Introducing the Arduino Uno WiFi
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Introducing the Arduino Uno WiFi

A while back in May 2018 at the Maker Faire Bay Area, Arduino after a long year of legal battles announced the launch of two boards which were the MKR Vidor 4000 and the Arduino Uno WiFi Rev 2 which was designed to come up as a somewhat replacement for the legendary Arduino Uno. This...

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Getting started with the new ATtiny chips
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Getting started with the new ATtiny chips

David Johnson-Davies introduces us to the new ATtiny series microcontrollers and shows us how to program then with Arduino IDE. He writes: In 2016 Microchip/Atmel announced a completely new range of chips designed to replace their older ATmega and ATtiny ranges. The new ATtiny chips...

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Arduino Introduces 4x new Nano boards
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Arduino Introduces 4x new Nano boards

Arduino has begun pre-orders for four new 45 x 18mm Nano form-factor boards. They include a $10 “Arduino Nano Every” model, a faster "WiFi/BT-enabled IoT" model, and two BLE boards. The Arduino Nano Every Substitutes the ATmega328P-based Arduino Uno-like Nano 3, equipped with...

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