Monthly Archives: May 2016

A collection of SoC Projects

Figure 1: A growing Collection of little Soc/SBC powered computers (click to enlarge). Today, when I visited my own site, I realized how confusing some of the projects may seem, because they reference different boards and things, and it’s a … Continue reading

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Communicating w/o Standard WiFi

Figure 1: The communications device antenna is within its protective sleeve. More than one way to communicate … To communicate between devices, one can use standard WiFi, but devices for it typically have a pretty high power consumption rate.  I … Continue reading

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Testing the Membrane Pad on the Pi2

Figure 1: Testing the membrane pad on the Pi2 powered “homemade” tablet. The little pull-up board was mounted near the Pi2, so as to make the wires shorter.  It was mounted vertically, in that space between the enclosure’s connecting posts.  … Continue reading

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SDR/Audio/Pi2

Figure 1: The “homemade tablet” is getting cramped. (Click to expand) In figure 2, it can be seen that the little “homemade” tablet is getting quite cramped. Note that I did not mount the Cirrus card on the 40 pin … Continue reading

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