Elektor №12 2013г
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enable you to successfully build your own high-quality
clock, which is bound to draw admiring, envious cries of
"Wow!" from your guests. It's high time you too discover
Elektor's Ulti(mate) Prop(eller) Clock.
22 Multi I/O for FPGA Development Board (1)
receiver; temperature sensor; pressure sensor; RGB
color sensor; 2 x 16 character LCD; 4 pushbuttons;
4 LEDs; rotary encoder; 7 external digital expansion
pins; and 3 external analog inputs.
testing of common home and office networks, with
red-amber-green indication of the network status, and
any faults. The design is really simple, just a
microcontroller, an Ethernet interface, a pushbutton for
starting the test and status LEDs to show the condition
of the network. Still, it does do a lot more than a simple
electronics enthusiasts. Instead of using a complex
stand-alone meter, you can put the intelligence of a PC
to good use for this. Here we add a battery interface to
the general-purpose USB-I024 cable presented in a
previous edition of Elektor magazine.
embedded audience: the BeagleBone Black. Recently
we (finally) got one on our workbench. It looks like a
very promising platform with powerful hardware and a lot
of potential. Does it outperform the Raspberry Pi?
there, but Flowstone is one with a twist. Clemens
gives it to the poor (plants).
after the layout
enable you to find out how much it would cost to build
our example project. These tools can be a great time
lining up at www. elektor-labs.com, including outlines of
RPi Prototyping, mass storage and refrigerator
industry, labs and organizations.
• Tech The Future
how to increase the share of sustainable sources in the
energy mix. TTF investigates on the Faroe Islands.
nostalgic yet technical look at a 1960s instrument
designed to check and ensure electrical safety. Series
Editor: Jan Buiting.
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