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Using the SIM800 Dev Board with Gizduino V – Part 1

March 25, 2016

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The SIM800 GSM/GPRS Dev module is a full featured GSM/GPRS module packed with more features as compared to the SIM900. This module have inbuilt Bluetooth stack compliant with 3.0+EDR, MMS, FTP, TCP/IP, email and Micro SD support in addition to the standard features of the SIM900. The good thing about this module is that AT […]

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Sending SMS with IOT-644 Board, ThingSpeak and Chikka API

January 17, 2015

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This article will show you how to add SMS capabilities to your IOT based projects. This article is based on gizDuino IOT-644 arduino compatible board based on ATmega644 and Wiznet W5500 Ethernet chip, ThingSpeak and chikka API.   Arduino do not have native support for HTTPS protocol so we will use Thingspeak to trigger the […]

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Reading RFID tags with C# and RDM630

October 12, 2014

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  The RDM630 Proximity Reader Module is a low cost 125 kHz RFID  Proximity reader. It uses uEM 4100 or compatible card with  64 bit Manchester encoding and outputs the data to its serial port at 9600 baud. With this, RFID tags can be easily read by C# using the serialport module and can be integrated […]

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PBOT Graphical Programming with miniBloq

September 23, 2014

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  The PBOT is an entry level robotics platform that features 3 IR Collision Sensors, 3 Line Sensors and a 2 channel Motor driver. It is Compatible with all Gizduino Boards (An arduino derivative board) and all arduino form factor boards. It is a good starting point for beginners in the field of robotics. Line Follower, Sumo […]

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Getting Started with the E-Gizmo IOT644

September 18, 2014

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Today, we live in the Internet era where everything can be seen or controlled online. Internet of Things are becoming more and more popular. For us makers, the E-Gizmo IOT-644 board is a great starter board to build IOT projects. It is based on Atmel Atmega 644, double the memory and RAM of the Uno and […]

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PhilroboKit STM32-GCC-ARM-IDE

September 13, 2012

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While our firmware team is busy reorganizing the firmware library for the Anito Development board, Yus ported the current Anito IDE for STM32F1 with ARM GCC Toolchain. More Information can be found at the forum. The unsupported version of the IDE can be downloaded from Philrobotics-Projects Page.  

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Brewing PhilRoboKit IDE MacOS port

July 16, 2012

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With the successful build of the PhilRoboKit IDE on Windows and Linux, a Mac OS version is now under deveopment to cater Mac users. For the mean time, latest builds of the IDE can be downloaded from Windows Host (32 bit and 64 bit) Ubuntu 32 Bit Ubuntu 64 Bit Visit the forum for further […]

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Philrobokit IDE Update

July 11, 2012

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The Philrobokit IDE is written in Python and uses the Hi-TECH C lite version for the compiler. The IDE features a serial monitor that has support for sending raw hexadecimal digits, find as you type, code folding, line numbers and produces more info at compilation. The latest snapshot build has the support for loading tiny […]

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Assembling the Philrobokit Anito Board

July 10, 2012

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The Philrobokit Anito Board can be purchased in kit form or assembled form at e-Gizmo. When you get the anito board in kit form, this quickstart video is your guide in assembling and testing your Philrobokit Anito development board. Schematic diagram and parts placement can be downloaded from here Join the discussions at the forum for […]

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PhilRobokit Anito

March 7, 2012

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PhilRobokit Anito is an Arduino inspired collaborated project of PhilRobotics. Anito is the beta version based on PIC16F877a, It contains 4 LED’s, 2 switches, 1 buzzer and 1 Servo port. It is designed that a user can experiment with the basics of microcontroller as soon as the board is powered up. Anito comes with an […]

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