Simplifying real world interfacing using a Linux based development board

Posted by the_doctor on Oct 22, 2013 6:04 PM EDT
NewElectronics; By Kyle Borgerson
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Embedded microcontroller development boards are a popular, low cost way of getting to know a microcontroller architecture. Meanwhile, 8bit boards, such as Arduino, provide an easy way of getting to know the basics of programming and the components needed to interact with real world applications.

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