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Haptic click board

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Haptic click – Feel the code on your skin!

3 Feb , 2016  

You are playing your favorite game on your favorite platform. You are driving a car in the game, and as you encounter a sharp turn, you hit your brakes, and start drifting into the curve. While drifting, your joystick is continuously letting you know about it.  This brings you the sensation of a fast car, […]

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Universal RTC click library

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Time, Time, Who has the Time

28 Jan , 2016  

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 is the fact that most of your protocols, like tcp, require some reference to time. If time is not accurate, frames can […]

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10DOF click board

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10 Degrees of Freedom – And You Thought 1 Freedom was Enough

25 Jan , 2016  

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 exploring inaccessible parts of planet Earth, where the human foot cannot step. But, have you ever wondered how these machines maintain their balance […]

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RF Meter click

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Signal Strength Measurement, Now Easy – AD8318

25 Jan , 2016  

Introduction 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 transmitting antenna. It may also be referred to as received signal level or field strength. Typically, it is expressed in voltage per length or signal power received by a reference […]

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Magneto click

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Angular Measurement the Digital Way – AS5048A

13 Jan , 2016  

In the world of robotics and automation movement is always been a component. In the past there are really two forms of motion control, open loop systems and closed loop systems. In an open loop system you would use some type of a stepper motor and digitally count the number of pulses and that number […]

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