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Envoyer, gérer et recevoir des SMS avec votre Raspberry Pi. Une nouvelle version de RaspiSMS et de cet article est disponible ici ! Il y a environ un mois et demi, nous vous disions dans cet article que deux gros tutoriels allaient prochainement sortir. Aujourd’hui voici le plus important des deux, par sa taille, ses implications, etc. En effet, si aujourd’hui nous allons voir comment envoyer des SMS avec la Raspberry Pi, nous n’allons pas nous arrêter là. Nous allons vous présenter les fruits de plusieurs semaines de travail acharné (enfin sauf les lundis soirs, parce que les lundis soirs, chez Raspbian France, c’est soirées Kebab/Walking Dead). Nous allons donc vous présenter RaspiSMS ! Petite présentation de RaspiSMS. Pourquoi avoir créé RaspiSMS ? Use SIM900 GPRS/GSM Shield on pcDuino. SIM900 GSM/GPRS shield adds the GPRS/GSM capability to pcDuino.

Use SIM900 GPRS/GSM Shield on pcDuino

It uses AT commands to communicate with pcDuino through the application UART port. With the help of SIM900 GPRS/GSM shield, it can achieve some basic functions of a mobile phone, such as SMS and voice communication. This shield supports four frequency bands, so it can be used worldwide. It also break out the 12 GPIOs, 2PWMs, and 1 ADCs of the GSM module to respective headers for easy use. Sms arduino. EFCom Pro GPRS/GSM Module User Guide. Hi, everybody, recently we made a tutorial for EFCom Pro GPRS/GSM module, an ultra compact and reliable one, which enables you to easily achieve many splendid functions via AT commands, dialing a phone, sending a message, and so on.We post the user guide here, hoping to share with and help friends in the DIY community.

EFCom Pro GPRS/GSM Module User Guide

EFCom Pro Introduction GPRS/GSM EFCom Pro is an ultra compact and reliable wireless module. Arduino GPS in iPhone Case - build your own ! :) Using the Telit GE863 (GSM-GPRS module) The Telit is happiest powered with 3.8v, but you can power it with anywhere between 3.4-4.2 volts.

Using the Telit GE863 (GSM-GPRS module)

Should you already have a 3.7v lithium polymer battery for instance, then you could hook this up directly to VBATT to power the board. Hardware on the Telit To be able to check that the Telit is on and powered, it is useful to solder on the status led (STAT LED) and a resistor which will correspond to the led of your choosing. The pads available on the interface board are made for 0603 SMD packages. Both red and yellow LEDs should be ok, green LEDs would require a slightly higher voltage.

To be able to turn on and reset the Telit, you need to solder on two DIP pushbuttons on either side of the status LED. Breakout board To be able to power the Telit with any power supply or battery you have laying around, you will need voltage regulators/rectifiers etc. My old phone + arduino = phonoduino. Learn.adafruit. Parts and Prep. This project doesn't need a ton of parts, and there's some flexibility based on whether you want to use a headset or speaker&mic.

Parts and Prep

Start off with the basics: Then you can either go with speaker + mic for 'hold it up and talk' style or. Antipasto Hardware Blog: How to make a BeagleBoard MP3 Player. I was looking around at some comments and articles about the BeagleTouch-based Linux Tablet, and I noticed that there were a few people that mentioned that a Linux-based Open Source hardware tablet is the antithesis, arch-nemesis, ying vs.

Antipasto Hardware Blog: How to make a BeagleBoard MP3 Player

Apple's yang. While Apple is super secret, closed source, proprietary, and hidden, a Linux OSHW tablet is transparent, hackable, open source, and visible.PS... SIM900 GSM/GPRS Shield on pcDuino - pcDuino. In this experiment, we use the SIM900 GSM/GPRS shield.

SIM900 GSM/GPRS Shield on pcDuino - pcDuino

By using existing Arduino code, re-compile it under pcDuino using GNU gcc, we are able to make phone calls using pcDuino! PcDuino communicates to GSM/GPRS shield through the UART port. Wiring Diagram: This is pretty simple. Use SIM900 GPRS/GSM Shield on pcDuino - All. PiPhone - A Raspberry Pi based Cellphone. Ever wanted to build you own cellphone?

PiPhone - A Raspberry Pi based Cellphone

Well now you can with this guide that uses a Raspberry Pi, PiTFT, and a FONA to make a functional cellphone that you can call your friends with! Raspberry Pi computer, the Model B or Model B+ is probably easier to set up and get going, but of you are comfortable with the Model A, then that will work fine. You don't need any USB ports, and once set up, you don't need the Model B's ethernet port. The Model A save you on power, allowing you to have more talk time :) The Model B+ will also work, if you're ok with the PiTFT being slightly offset from the Pi, as the GPIO pins are in a slightly different place. It's also worth noting that the Model B+ uses quite a bit less power than the Model B, so it's probably better suited to a portable application like the PiPhone. In some situations a USB to TTL Serial Cable may be the preferred way to log in and configure the Raspberry Pi, if a spare keyboard and monitor are unavailable. Digital Compass with the Raspberry Pi - Part 4- "Smartphone Replica" -

This guide shows how to use a BerryIMU and a small TFT to create a digital compass, similar to those that can be found on smartphones.

Digital Compass with the Raspberry Pi - Part 4- "Smartphone Replica" -

The TFT used in this guide is a PiScreenThe IMU is a BerryIMU – Magnetometer, gyroscope, accelerometer and pressure sensorSDL is used to display the output to the TFTTilt compensations is usedA low pass filter is used to reduce noiseCompass calibration is needed If you don’t a small TFT like the PiScreen, you can still use this guide to display the output to a monitor via HDMI. Git repository here The code can be pulled down to your Raspberry Pi with; pi@raspberrypi ~ $ git clone Prerequisites for this guide; Irtimmer/moonlight-embedded. Learn to Build a Portable Raspberry Pi (Part 2) Les écrans tactiles pour raspberry pi. Bonjour, étant possesseur d'un raspberry pi et après avoir fait le tour de se qui était possible en media-center et serveur de maison, j'ai décidé de me lancer dans un nouveaux projet.

Les écrans tactiles pour raspberry pi

Mon projet est de mettre un écran tactile de maximum 10" pour en faire un ordinateur de board pour voiture, voire une tablette mais pour se qui concerne l'écran pas facile de si retrouver. C'est pourquoi j'ai décidé de partager les différent solution d’écran que j'ai peu trouver. 1ere solution : écran non tactile la solution de facilité et la plus économique est donc un écran tft lcd qui se trouve à partir de 30€, mais très peu pratique pour une voiture puisqu'il faut rajouter un telecommande (je met les liens pour ceux que sa intéresse). 2éme solution : écran tactile usb Après quelle heure de recherche sur google je suis rapidement tombé sur des écrans simple d’utilisation avec pour seul connections un usb.

DIY Cellphone. The DIY Cellphone is a working (albeit basic) cellphone that you can make yourself.

DIY Cellphone

It can make and receive phone calls and text messages, store names and phone numbers, and display the time. It builds on the hardware and software in the Arduino GSM Shield but extends it with a full interface, including display, buttons, speaker, microphone, etc. The source files for the cellphone are hosted on GitHub (hardware, software), which also includes an issue list where you can file bug reports or request enhancements.

Variations There are two main variants of the DIY cellphone: one that uses a black and white LCD like those found on old Nokia phones and one that uses an eight-character matrix of red LEDs. Making the Phone Making the DIY cellphone can be a fairly involved process but it doesn’t necessarily require specific electronics expertise. Design Files The design files and source code for the cellphone can be found on GitHub: Block Diagram (SBD) - Handset: Smartphone - Infrared Temperature- Power Management: TI offers power management solutions targeting a wide range of multimedia processors, from feature phone to smartphone. Dedicated step-down DC/DC converters like the TPS62K family provide highest efficiency in mobile applications.

The new TPS82K family of micro-modules with integrated passives are ideal for extreme space-limited smartphones. The TPS61K provides high-efficient boost solutions, e.g. 5V for HDMI, USB and Audio. The TPS63K family of buck-boost offers best-in-class 96% efficiency over a wide battery voltage range with input voltage down to 1.8 volts to extend battery life and provide support for emerging Li-ion battery technology.

The TPS65K family of Power Management Units (PMUs), also called PMICs, offers complete power solutions for ARM® Cortex and Intel based processors. TI’s battery management portfolio is truly unique. How to make VoIP telephone calls from Raspberry Pi. DIY Smartphone. Build Your Own Smartphone. Libresmartphone. Install libresmartphone software 1) Install python (if you don't have it) and the IDLE: sudo apt-get install python sudo apt-get install idle 2) Install pyserial: sudo apt-get install python-serial 3) Give permissions to read and write to the USB where the fona is placed.

Sudo chmod 777 /dev/ttyACM0.