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As Hexiwear is getting mature as a product we are getting more feedback and opportunities to improve it. This time we addressed a marginal scenario: if you plug your Hexiwear into the Docking [...]
The two-month climbing season for Mount Everest starts in late March. Why would you want to know this? Well, the Nepalese government is having a trial experiment and issuing GPS tracking devices [...]
Life is full of mysteries, but there is nothing mysterious about an amplifier. It takes an incoming voltage signal and makes that voltage bigger. Amplifiers boost radio signals, power giant [...]
Almost on this exact day last year the Hexiwear Kickstarter campaign reached the 35.000 funding mark. This triggered a stretch goal — creating WiFi examples for Hexiwear and the docking station, [...]
Peggy Lee singing “Fever” is one of those iconic tunes everyone knows. The lyrics get stuck in your head all day, once you hear it on the radio. That is why we named our newest temperature sen [...]
This development board is so small it can be mistaken for high-tech jewelry. But with 40 pins on the MINI-M4 for Kinetis, a USB connector, ARM® Cortex®-M4-based MCU and the DIP40 form factor, y [...]
It’s time to meet and greet the newest click shield in our store – the Intel Joule click SHIELD. All through history shields were used for protection in battle, now it’s time to use them to battl [...]
Fusion means the act of melting and merging different elements together, that is why we have a picture of a burning star on our EasyPIC Fusion v7 — where we combined support for three different a [...]
Our network of local distributors continues to expand.
Real Time Clocks (RTCs for short)
Little attention is payed to the little piece of silicon on your board that is responsible for counting every second of every day. What is taken for granted [...]
Let's just say that the forecasters predict particularly fine weather conditions on air-lanes across the world for this weekend. Pilots want to freight cargo and fly just for the fun of it. And [...]
Ever since click boards appeared on the Paris Maker Faire last year, we have a hobby of collecting Maker Faire cameos. After Paris, San Mateo, and a personal appearance in Rome, MikroE tools [...]
Bosch engineers do a wonderful job of combining multiple sensors with overlapping functionalities into a single chip, providing a more detailed picture of observed reality. We tried to build [...]
Unmanned aerial vehicles, or commonly known as "drones", are becoming more and more popular. People now use them for all sorts of tasks, from filming cool aerial shots with their camera, to [...]
In telecommunications, particularly in radio, signal strength refers to the magnitude of the electric field at a reference point that is at a significant distance from the tr [...]
devMobile's, a blog from New Zealand focused on Micro .NET and Azure technologies, recently featured a series of posts about Quail.