Monthly Archives: November 2012

Arduino Due: the missing ethernet

Arduino Due is finally here: after more than one year since its announcement, the more powerful new version is available to everybody. The new board has been designed around a 32 bit Arm Cortex M3 architecture implemented through the Atmel Sam3X … Continue reading

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Compact overvoltage, undervoltage, reverse protection with LTC4365

There are many circuit simulators available which are based on the original SPICE (Simulation Program with Integrated Circuit Emphasis) code developed at Berkley university at the end of ’60. Linear Technology developed their own version called LTSPICE IV very useful … Continue reading

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The italian way to be makers

MakersItaly, the three days fair dedicated to the new concept of making, has closed sunday evening: the italian community of makers is growing and is healty. Many people, mainly makers as well as curious, visited this very important fair for … Continue reading

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Hardware makers will be at MakersItaly (, the most important italian fair dedicated to DIY,  to explore the latest news from makers world. Stay tuned!  

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STM32 F0 DISCOVERY is a low-cost and easy-to-use development kit to quickly evaluate and start to develop with STM32 F0  microcontroller family. It is sold in a simple plastic package: there is no material to give protection against electrostatic discharge, … Continue reading

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