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Radxa Rock and ODROID-U3 Quad Core Development Boards Comparison If you want a quad core development board for less than $100, you only have two choices right now: Radxa Rock powered by Rockchip RK3188, and Hardkernel ODROID-U3 powered by Samsung Exynos 4412 prime. There are also a few Freescale i.MX 6Q boards such as Wandboard Quad and UDOO Quad for around $130 which you could consider because of potentially better software support and features like SATA, but in this post, I’ll compare Radxa Rock and ODROID-U3 to help you decide which one may be right for your application or project. Let’s get right to the subject, with a side-by-side comparison table.

relayr - bring things to life - Wunderbar Now you have unwrapped your WunderBar, it's time to get it working. The next few steps will teach you how to configure and test your WunderBar for the first time First you need to onboard your WunderBar. Visit the app store and install the relayr Manager App on your smartphone. Ham Shack Latest Projects Antennas now on new page HERE The NEW Shack 2010 Here are the before photos starting work, Over the next few weeks I will get it clear and start the conversion. I will only be using just over half of the space as I still need space for all the junk and garden stuff. As I get on with the work I will add new photos.

VIRES - Products VIRES Virtual Test Drive Our most comprehensive, modular tool-set for the development, test and presentation of driver assistance and active safety systems (overview / details). It combines the following components: Central Task and Data Control Open loop and closed-loop operation Simulation Frame Control external triggering internal triggering real-time mode and non real-time mode single step mode frame synchronous vs. free mode Simulation Configuration Control scenario management control of simulation stages master and slave-mode team operation (linking multiple simulators in one simulation) Open Interfaces Run-time Data Bus (RDB) for bi-directional high-frequency data communication via network or shared memory.

MarsBoard CM-T2 A20 Industrial Grade [CM-T2] - US $42.00 : HAOYU Electronics : Make Engineers Job Easier Description Allwinner T2 is completely compatible with Allwinner T2, T2 is more focused on industrial application, contrary to Allwinner T2 which targets consumer devices such as tablets and TV boxes. CM-T2 is System on Chip module, which contains Allwinner T2 Dual Core Cortex-A7 processor, Power managment Unit AXP209, Ethernet PHY LAN8710A, 1GB DDR3 memory and 8GB NAND Flash. Micro Python: Python for microcontrollers by Damien George The Micro Python project has been Kick-started! Thanks to all backers! You can find the project, including the software and hardware, at

CONTROLLINO PLC (ARDUINO compatible) by SG-TRONIC INC A solid hardware build around Atmel’s ATmega328 and the ATmega2560 microcontrollers, ready to run with your products and projects. This Week in Enterprise Tech 113 Play The feedback from the Industrial sector is great so far. However, we recognized that for some private customers it is sometimes hard to buy one. Downloads - Ham Radio Deluxe Manuals The manual for Version 6.2 is in .PDF format and can be downloaded HERE. Version 6.29.355 The release notes for this version are in .PDF format and can be found HERE. HRD Voice HRD Voice is a mode located inside DM-780. ImageNet Classification You can use Darknet to classify images for the 1000-class ImageNet challenge. If you haven't installed Darknet yet, you should do that first. Classifying With Pre-Trained Models You already have some ImageNet classification models in the cfg/ subdirectory. Since we don't want to train them just yet, let's download a pre-trained weight file to play with.

Micro Python: more powerful than Arduino, simpler than the Raspberry Pi University of Cambridge theoretical physicist Damien George has built a tiny microcontroller that is more powerful than Arduino and far simpler than the Raspberry Pi. Just funded on Kickstarter, the £24 board runs an adapted version of Python known as Micro Python and will allow users to simply paste lines of text code onto the board to make it work. "The board has a USB port which allows you to easily connect it to a PC.