The human urges to make up stories and look up at the night sky are nothing new. You might be able to track stars or calculate orbits with your new limited edition Constellation Board, but what did astronomers do before computers? Join me on a journey back in time to find out how astronomy has evolved since ancient times!
Today is for Oscilloscopes, a marvelous measurement tool that has contributed significantly to the success of SparkFun. Read about the history and evolution of this tremendous technology.
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The announcement says "Tuesday, November 16th at 12:01 a.m. MST through Tuesday, November 24th at 11:59 p.m. MST" -- Uh, my calendar…
It sort of reminds me of the story about the teacher who asked the students to explain how to measure the height of the building using a…
Hey Rob, I really enjoyed your video about your candy throwing robot. What a great life you have!! Tis a privilege to live in Colorado! Keep…
Thanks for your comment! That's interesting to hear about how much variance LEDs used to have! I haven't actually tested how consistent our…
Hi Dryw! First, let me say that this is a really good idea! I wish I'd had this kit back in about 2013 when I was working at a small…
I'm really excited about SPE as a technology, especially when combined with IEEE1588 & PoDL, but man is it ever hard to find documentation…
Tools and cables are available from various vendors. Our partner on this project, Harting, has a range of tools, cables jacks. for our demo,…
SPE user "power-over-data-line" (PoDL) and supports 60W of power delivery.
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Thanks! I didn't really think that your sale was going to begin in 2033, and end in 2038 -- by my calculations (may be off), the next time…