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If you think about WiFi for Raspberry Pi without USB dongle, then you can throw away your idea or design.
On the website hackaday.io is WiFi module through HAT connector. The main component is ESP8266. Very popular WiFi chip.
This module can be connected to all types of Raspberry Pi (B, B+, 2, A, A+ and Zero).

https://hackaday.io/project/8678-rpi-wifi
 
CONFIRMED: Raspberry Pi 3 with Bluetooth Low Energy 4.1, WiFi 802.11b/g/n, Quad-core 64bit processor (ARM Cortex A53) and 1GB LPDDR2-900 SDRAM.
Raspberry Pi 3 is roughly 50% faster than Raspberry Pi 2.
Priced at $35.

http://makezine.com/2016/02/28/meet-the-new-raspberry-pi-3/


That Raspberry Pi 2 or Raspberry Pi Zero aren't last version of popular SBC is clear. Pictures of Raspberry Pi 3 were published on the Internet. Finally! Raspberry Pi 3 with Bluetooth Low Energy and WiFi b/g/n.
Another parts of SBC shloud be the same - RAM, Ethernet, USB and another. Maybe, processor could be changed - 64bit (ARM Cortex A53).
More information there:
http://www.cnx-software.com/2016/02/27/raspberry-pi-3-model-b-board-adds-wifi-and-bluetooth-connectivity/
 
ST-LINK is utility for programming of STM32 microcontrollers. ST.com has ST-LINK only for Windows. Linux users use ST-LINK (texane).
One our member found another version of ST-LINK. QSTLINK2. It's program with GUI, but you can run it as terminal application.
QSTLINK2 can "read, write, verify and erase". It supports ST-LINK/V2 and ST-LINK/V2-1....
 
The OpenRex?s dimensions are 95mm long and 70 mm wide. Compared with the Raspberry Pi 2?s dimensions (85.60 mm ? 56.5 mm), OpenRex is larger and harder to replace any of the Raspberry Pi or Arduino board in small spaces.

On both sides of the board, are placed two GPIO headers which should be very familiar to any Raspberry Pi or Arduino users. If you would like to use a Raspberry Pi on steroids or a more featured Arduino board, OpenRex is the alternative of both of them.

The board features a series of built-in sensors including compass and accelerometer, gyroscope, humidity sensor, and temperature sensor. These sensors are a helping hand if you choose to build drones, robots or home automation applications.

The development board is 5V DC compatible and support two types of input power: through Power Jack or USB micro

http://www.intorobotics.com/openrex-open-source/
 
Zephyr Project is a small, scalable real-time operating system for use on resource-constrained systems supporting multiple architectures. Developers are able to tailor their optimal solution. As a true open source project, the community can evolve the Zephyr Project to support new hardware, developer tools, sensor and device drivers. Advancements in security, device management capabilities, connectivity stacks and file systems can be easily implemented....

 


ST.com published a news about release CubeMX and AC6 (http://openstm32.org) software for Linux operating systems.
CubeMX is software for faster and easier development of projects with STM32. The program generates project with all needed libraries which you can modify for your needs. The project can be generate for Keil, IAR, SW4STM32 (AC6), TrueStudio and another.
AC6 is IDE based on Eclipse - now is available for everyone.

http://www.st.com/web/en/press/p3781
 


Do you need sensor board for your meteostation or another project?
This board I-SEN1 is platform for XBee module for creating mesh sensor network.
10 bit value from sensors is converted by XBee ...
 


FriendlyARM NanoPC-T1 board powered by Samsung Exynos 4412 processor with 1GB RAM and 4GB eMMC flash was unveiled at the start of 2014 for $69. The company has now announced NanoPC-T2 with Samsung S5P4418 processor with 1GB RAM, and 8GB Flash, as well as WiFi and Bluetooth, as Gigabit Ethernet all of which were missing in the first version. NanoPC-T2 also has a power management chip, and a larger heatsink, meaning that it does not suffer from overheating like NanoPi2 according to FriendlyARM...


 


Do you plan to make any device for #wearable, sports or education? This project can much help.
MetaWear contains temperature and light sensor, 10 axis motion sensing (gyroscope, magnetometer, barometer, accelerometer) and Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE).
The board is based on nRF51822 SOC from Nordic (ARM? Cortex? M0 CPU and Bluetooth Low Energy)....
 
I was looking for good serial terminal which makes timestamps, creates logs etc. and I found very good ScriptComminucator!
Why? I try to explain you in this pictures article.

Main screen:
Appearance is easy and well-arranged. If you want to send asci character, you choose asci, but you can choose hex, bin, uint8, uint16, uint32, int8, int16, int32.

https://time4ee.com/articles.php?article_id=23
 


Are you interested about IQRF module by IQRF.org?
This is your chance for 20% discount.
Discount is valid from 1/18/2016 to 4/18/2016

Check this article: https://time4ee.com/viewpage.php?page_id=1

 


You can find a lot of SBCs (single-board computers) but many of them is very similar.
PixiePro wants to find own users using a lot of unusual peripherals.

PixiePro contains i.MX6Q quad core ARM? Cortex?-A9 @1GHz, very interesting is 2GB 64-bit DDR3 RAM, 2x USB 2.0 and 1x micro USB OTG.

For connection to the internet you can use WiFi 802.11a/b/g/n/ac 2.4GHz, 5GHz with 2x2 MIMO, Bluetooth? 4.2 (BLE) and UMTS/HSPA + 3G module.

PixiePro may be extended by extension board which contains 1Gbit ethernet, SDIO, 2 MIPI, SATA-II, another USB 2.0, CAN, SPI, 2x UART, 2x I2C and a lot of GPIOs.....
 


And here it is! If you heard about Nucleo-144, then it's true!
STMicroelectronics released new development board called STM32 Nucleo-144 (STM32 in LQFP144 package).
Extension of "Nucleo development board family" is totally logical step to possibility of using another peripherals because only Arduino connector is quite horrible for STM32 microcontrollers.
Nucleo-144 combines existing Nucleo board and Discovery boards partly. It contains Morpho connector, new Zio connector and Arduino connector.
Nucleo-144 includes ST-Link/V2-1 programmer and debugger...
 


Make PCB can be easy as in this tutorial. Transfer toner to PCB without iron.

http://www.instructables.com/id/Heatless-cold-Toner-Transfer-for-PCB-Making/?ALLSTEPS
 


Do you want to control devices from webpage? Why not, and this project can be helpful for you. Main part is ESP8266 and NodeMCU.
You find code for ESP8266 on the webpge.

http://internetofthinking.blogspot.ch/2015/12/control-electrical-devices-from-user.html
 


Are you IoT designer? Check this news about top 10 software platforms.

http://www.gadgetronicx.com/10-best-iot-software-platforms/
 


AdaPilot is developed by a team of volunteers who listen closely to their user comunity. Together with our users and supporters we strive to make state of the art control software for remotely piloted vehicles that is safety critical, powerful and flexible but also easy to integrate.

The AdaPilot website is dedicated to serving the Free Software, Open-Source, AdaPilot Community. Here you can link and download the source code, tools and libraries for the AdaPilot development environment and get the latest AdaPilot news, resources and training materials. It?s also the place to exchange, ideas, discuss and contribute with a large community of AdaPilot programmers. This website is a work in progress and may thus be incomplete and in continuous development through the adding of new updates and informations, it is a "live website".

Do you have intention to participate and contribute in the project? Check http://adapilot.likeabird.eu/
 


Atmel company introduced a new ultra-low power platform for IoT and wearable devices on CES 2016.
The board contains ultra-low power SAM L21 family microcontrollers which based on ARM? Cortex? -M0+ based MCU running up to 48MHz with up to 256KB embedded Flash and 40KB SRAM. Consumption at <35?A/MHz.
Next important component is Atmel? BTLC1000...
 
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Do you want to make own IoT network in your home? Probably you want to use ESP8266 or ESP32 or something else.
Then check this news.
The Wyzbee? is new IoT platform which based on Redpine?s Wireless Secure MCU (WiSeMCU?) with multi-protocol wireless module providing Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.1, and ZigBee connectivity, six-axis inertial sensors, an infrared receiver, a debug port, push-buttons, LEDs, USB ports, and WyzBee? THING? expansion connector.

A few features of MCU:
ARM Cortex-M4F processor, running at a frequency of up to 160 MHz
1MB on-chip flash program memory with flash accelerator and 32KB work flash memory
128 KB SRAM for code and data use
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