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PI PICO W DOES PCMCIA, GETS THIS IBM PC110 ONLINE

Bringing modern connectivity to retro computers is an endearing field- with the simplicity of last-century hardware and software being a double-edged sword, often, you bring a powerful and tiny computer of modern age to help its great-grandparent interface with networks of today. [yyzkevin] shows us a PCMCIA WiFi card built using a Pi Pico W, talking PCI ISA. This …

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SITARA AM65XX PROCESSOR MODULE HAS REAL-TIME CAPABLE ETHERNET

TQ has expanded the company’s range of modules with the TI Sitara processor family with a module suitable for real-time communication and fieldbuses. by Ally Winning @ eenewsembedded.com The new TQMa65xx is supported by software from Kunbus GmbH and the module will become available from August. Up to 3x PRUs (Programmable Realtime Units) can be …

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EXTREMELY COMPACT BREADBEE HAS 1GHZ ARM CORTEX-A7 SBC AND ON-BOARD ETHERNET

Measuring about 32 x 30 mm in footprint, Palmer’s fully-functional development board is a very small Linux-based single-board computer built around an ARM Cortex A7 SoC and targets IP cameras. There are no solutions yet that can run a real OS like Linux that can be integrated by hobbyists into boards from cheap PCB vendors …

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BOXBLOX’S OPEN SOURCE ETHERNET SWITCH OFFERS FIVE PORTS

SwitchBlox is an open-source ethernet switch designed by Josh Elijah, who is the founder of BoxBlox. It was designed to make life easier for robot and drone developers or anyone who needs to use an ethernet switch. The switch is tiny, thereby making it easy to use in size constrained areas. According to Josh, there’s currently no option …

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Raspberry Pi 10 Gigabit Ethernet card setup and tested

Raspberry Pi enthusiasts interested in obtaining the highest possible connections through their network may be interested in a new video created by Jeff Geerling showing how he tested and installed a Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4 with a 10 Gigabit Ethernet card. Geerling used a ASUS XG-C100C 10G Network Adapter Pci-E X4 Card with Single RJ-45 Port …

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REPAIRING 200+ RASPBERRY PIS FOR A GOOD CAUSE

If somebody told you they recently purchased over 200 Raspberry Pis, you might think they were working on some kind of large-scale clustering project. But in this case, [James Dawson] purchased the collection of broken single-board computers with the intention of repairing them so they could be sent to developing countries for use in schools. It sounds …

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