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900 MHz, 802.15.4, High Power Radio Peripheral


900 MHz, 802.15.4, High Power Radio Peripheral



Price: $45.00
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The FreakLabs FL-AT86RF212-CC1190-DEV 900 MHz modular radio board is designed to be an easy way to rapidly prototype and evaluate usage of high powered radios for wireless sensor networks. It comes with the Atmel AT86RF212 900 MHz radio which conforms to the IEEE 802.15.4 wireless protocol. It also sports a high power front end transmit amplifier and low noise receive amplifier to improve the communications range of the radio. This board was originally designed to evaluate high power radios for research work in environmental monitoring applications. In a remote location, a wireless sensor network often consists of a localized sensor network to collect data and a long distance link to a

Breadboard Peripheral v1.0


Breadboard Peripheral v1.0



Manufacturer: FreakLabs
Price: $30.00
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The FreakLabs Breadboard peripheral is used to quickly prototype circuits. It connects to a FreakLabs MCU board via the universal serial connector and the I/O pins are broken out on the breadboard. It also contains 5V, 3.3V, and GND rails and can take through hole components with standard 0.100" pitch. Using standard jumper wires or breadboard wires with machined tips, you can quickly wire up components and connect them to the MCU. Once the connections are in place, then its just a matter of writing software to drive the component and test out its behavior in-circuit. The main part of the board consists of a prototyping solder-less breadboard with spring clip connections. You may want to

FabTile


FabTile



Price: $30.00
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The FabTile is an Arduino-based kit used to teach people how to solder components to a printed circuit board and also how to program in the Arduino environment. Rather than using generic design examples to demonstrate the principles of Arduino programming, this kit and associated workshop lessons require the user to assemble and solder the board, and then write software for it with a specific goal in mind. The end product is a device that produces an interesting visual effect as well as teaching the principles of Arduino and embedded programming. I use this kit for a two-day workshop combining an Introduction to Soldering and An Introduction to Arduino Programming. This kit is normally only

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