Version 2 of the popular pcDuino is now available
The pcDuino is a powerful and inexpensive mini-PC development platform, on which you can run Ubunto Linux or Android ICS. The board has the Allwinner A10 processor (1GHz ARM Cortex A8), 1GB DRAM, 2GB Flash, HDMI, Ethernet and microSD. An API has been developed to use UART, ADC, PWM, GPIO, I2C and SPI functions. The API uses a language similar to Arduino. Version 2 of the pcDuino has a built in WiFi module and header connectors that are suitable for Arduino shields. Read more...


You can control your Arduino via GSM without using the internet
MICO is a development platform for control and remote measurement, by using by the GSM / telephone network. The MICO shield fits on an Arduino and is connected to the headphone jack of a (mobile) phone. If you call this phone, you can control the Arduino via Voice Response and telephone keypad entry . Anywhere on the world, you can call your Arduino and for example operate the lights or measure the temperature. Read more...


With the Text-to-Speech module you will give your product a voice
The Emic 2 Text-to-Speech module is a voice synthesizer that converts a stream of digital text into a natural human voice. The module is controlled with simple commands, allowing integration with an embedded system. The voice is optimized for English and Spanish. The EMIC 2 has a serial interface at 9600 baud, a headphone output and an audio output on which an 8 speaker can be connected directly. Read more...


New mixed-signal oscilloscope for iPad has high sample frequency
The intuitive user interface of the iPad / iPhone is perfect for an oscilloscope. The American company Oscium specializes in measuring instruments for the iPad and has developed a new oscilloscope with more channels and higher speed. The IMSO-204 is a mixed-signal oscilloscope with two analog inputs and four digital inputs. The maximum sampling rate is 50 Ms/s. You can test the software by dowloading it for free from the App Store. Read more...