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Pi OS for Zynqberry: Adafruit RFM69 Radio with CircuitPython

Adapting Adafruit’s CircuitPython to use the RFM69HCW Radio FeatherWing on the Zynq-7000 series FPGAs. One of my most commonly used Raspberry Pi shields I discovered a few years ago is the 433 MHz RadioFruit RFM69HCW Transceiver Radio Bonnet from Adafruit. The RFM69HCW is a transceiver module with a wide operating frequency range, and all of …

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SPEECH TO MORSE CODE, COURTESY OF GOOGLE

Google has been responsible for unleashing some pretty incredible hardware and software on the world, but they can only take partial credit for the voice to Morse code gadget that [WhiskeyTangoHotel] recently completed. With the Google AIY Voice Bonnet, [WhiskeyTangoHotel] had everything he needed to pick up on human speech and turn that into text the Raspberry Pi …

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FUTURE ELECTRONICS PRESENTS ULTRA-LOW POWER BLUETOOTH 5.0 RADIO SOC

The RSL10 from ON Semiconductor is an ultra-low power Bluetooth® 5.0 radio SoC for sensor and IoT applications. Designed for applications using 1.2V or 1.5V batteries, it runs from a supply between 1.1V and 3.3V without the need for a DC-DC converter. Ultra-Low Power Bluetooth 5.0 Radio SoC – Free RSL10 Evaluation Kits Available | …

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THE THINGS NETWORK ANNOUNCES NEW GATEWAY AND SENSOR NODE HARDWARE

The Things Network has announced a LoRaWAN Gateway priced at $69, which has shipping costs inclusive. The Things Network also announced in their Amsterdam Conference a weather-proof Outdoor Gateway priced at $399. The Outdoor Gateway, also called the “Industrial” Gateway, enables a 3G/4G backhaul and features an onboard GPS radio. The new Outdoor Gateway has a competitive price with …

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VINTAGE TRANSISTOR RADIO GETS INTERNET TRANSPLANT

The invention of the transistor revolutionized radio, allowing receivers to be made far more compact and portable than ever before. In the middle of the 20th century, the devices exploded in popularity, and pocket transistor radios took the market by storm. [MisterM] had fond memories of such times, and when he found a 1970s Flirt radio …

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