The LIBRARY basement part 6


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Microsoft is working with Open Robotics and the ROS Industrial Consortium


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RTTY Through LoRa Module


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More than 50 million Facebook accounts may have been compromised in security breach.


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DIY waterwheel and pump

blog - https://backtotheland.co.nz/


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For Now, at Least, the World Isn’t Making Enough Batteries


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An open source resistance takes shape as tech giants race to map the world


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The curious tale of a ladies hairdresser who invented a potentially world-changing material. Reported by Lee Johnson, produced, filmed and directed by Adam Proctor.


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Why Arm Sees the BBC Micro:bit as a Global Educational Tool


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magpi-oct18

MagPi october 2018 - PDF


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Logic Level Converter - Single Supply


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Sigfox IoT network reaches 50 countries

Seems the faster they run the further they fall behind! :wink:

Last time I looked at supposed UK coverage it looked like they blanketed whole swathes of territory - reality is a lot more subtle…at least the Cellco’s here let you drill down to a few 10’s100’s of meters to get real likelihood of coverage and there are resources like https://opensignal.com/ & https://www.which.co.uk/reviews/mobile-phone-providers/article/mobile-phone-coverage-map & https://checker.ofcom.org.uk/mobile-coverage
Now we need something similar for LoRaWAN & TTN (go TTN Mapper Go! :slight_smile: )

Edit Oct3:

That said as laid out here even the Cellco’s can be ‘inaccurate’ - ironically looks like Vodafone under called coverage vs Ofcom theoretical model to reflect realworld expectations! That makes a pleasant change vs SP’s overhyping their capabilities :wink:


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ODROID-XU4 Octa-core Computer with Samsung Exynos 5422