Posts Tagged ‘apps’

SDR Touch Android app for RTL-SDR

Sunday, March 31st, 2013

Here's an app which purports to turn your radio equipped Android device into a SDR. It called SDR Touch and is available for free download from the developer's website. According to the developers, its designed to work with the familiar RTL-SDR dongles, and Android 3.1 and up. According to the...

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Posted in Android, RF, SDR | 15 Comments »

Octopart Ipad app

Wednesday, January 30th, 2013

Greg Shikhman writes informing us that Octopart has a new Ipad app for we have a new iPad Octopart app for finding and organizing part datasheets. This app is free and available from the Apple app store. No Ipod Touch, Iphone or Andoid versions are presently available. Via the contact...

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Posted in documentation, site | 1 Comment »

Adafruit launches Circuit Playground app

Monday, February 6th, 2012

Adafruit has launched their Circuit Playground app for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. It provides a collection of reference formulas at the touch of a button, simplifiying calculations to make your project more fun. Decipher resistor & capacitor codes with ease. Calculate power, resistance, current, and voltage with the Ohm’s...

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Posted in documentation, tools, utilities | 2 Comments »

Apps for Arduino

Monday, January 9th, 2012

Apps For Arduino is a website that specializes in creating software applications that work specifically with your hardware projects. You download and install the app on your Mac or iOS device and it communicates with the Arduino via a serial connection. While not all the apps are free, those which...

Posted in Arduino, data transfer, site | 3 Comments »

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