Testing CNC Code Speed with Raspberry Pi – Machine Design

Testing CNC Code Speed with Raspberry Pi Machine Design A Raspberry Pi can be found centric to 3D printers and other CNC machines—almost since the sale of the first Raspberry Pi . Wired had an article about it back in 2013! But can a Pi cut it as a CNC brain? How fast can a Raspberry Pi toggle a digital …

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Strydom wins SA’s first Raspberry Pi Jam – IT-Online

Strydom wins SA's first Raspberry Pi Jam IT-Online Willie Strydom has won the prize for the most innovative build at the first ever Raspberry Pi Jam to be hosted in South Africa with a project designed to consolidate various home automation applications into a single user interface that can be accessed … and more »

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Attack Some Wireless Devices With A Raspberry Pi And An RTL-SDR – Hackaday

Attack Some Wireless Devices With A Raspberry Pi And An RTL-SDR Hackaday If you own one of the ubiquitous RTL-SDR software defined radio receivers derived from a USB digital TV receiver, one of the first things you may have done with it was to snoop on wide frequency bands using the waterfall view present in most SDR software.

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Hacker Board Survey Results: More Raspberry Pi, Please – Linux.com (blog)

Linux.com (blog) Hacker Board Survey Results: More Raspberry Pi , Please Linux.com (blog) What was remarkable this time around was the huge 4-to-1 gap between the Raspberry Pi 3 and the nearest competitor, which for the first time was also a Raspberry Pi : the Raspberry Pi Zero W. Third place went to the revamped, Cortex-A53 based Raspberry …

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Raspberry Pi roundup: Searching for Pi, steampunk laptops, Code Angels, and a visit to Competitor Corner – Network World

Network World Raspberry Pi roundup: Searching for Pi, steampunk laptops, Code Angels, and a visit to Competitor Corner Network World One of the first big stories about the Raspberry Pi when it hit retail shelves more than five years ago was that it didn't actually hit most retail shelves. Availability was a serious issue at launch, as the Raspberry Pi Foundation didn't yet realize …

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