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  1. Atmel ATmega328P-PU + Optiboot Bootloader for Arduino Uno + XTAL + 22pF Capacitors 000-ATMEGA328+UNO+CAPS

    Atmel ATmega328P-PU + Optiboot Bootloader for Arduino Uno + XTAL + 22pF Capacitors

    Preloaded with the Arduino UNO bootloader. Learn More
    $7.91 AUD, inc GST

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    If you put a shield on top of an Arduino Uno there aren’t very many options available to protect it all inside a case. You can always make one yourself though, so that’s exactly what we did! This “High Rise” case for the Ardui...

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  4. What is a Logic Analyser

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  5. Programming with USB-Serial Converters

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  6. Getting Started with Arduino Using the Sparkfun RedBoard

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  7. Relay Operation and the Arduino Uno

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    I had been captivated by the sound levels of trains I could hear passing by Metford throughout the day/night. I wondered if a sound level sensor reporting data back over LoRa would help me understand when a train was noisy. I also like the idea of seeing or visualising a problem, in this case, an ambient sound level. As you deconstruct a problem it consists of information & that information consists of data. As such, if I cou...

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