Posts Tagged ‘netduino’

RGB LED driven by PWM using Netduino

Thursday, May 16th, 2013

Embedded-Lab is doing a series of tutorials for the Netduino. The Day 7 tutorial of a series is RGB LED color formation using Pulse Width Modulation: Pulse Width Modulation (PWM) is a digital method of delivering a varying amount of power to a load, and hence can be used to...

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Basic input and output on the Netduino

Friday, December 21st, 2012

Embedded-Lab is doing a series of tutorials for the Netduino, the open source Arduino shield compatible platform using the .Net Micro Framework. The first tutorial in the series is a how to on implementing basic input and output. We will start our Netduino tutorial series with a very basic project...

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Nutshell: Netduino Go Touch Display visual designer

Sunday, July 15th, 2012

[nwazet has developed Nutshell, a visual screen designer for their Netduino Go Touch Display module. It's purpose is to make the design of Netduino display module UI's easier and more intuitive than coding it up line by line. You can use Nutshell without installing anything since the tool runs JavaScript...

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Netduino vs Arduino

Friday, September 9th, 2011

Greg Crawford at Citizen Scientists League has written a three-part series on the Netduino. In Part 1 he describes the Netduino's features and compares this board to the more familiar Arduino. In Part 2, Greg details how to interface the Netduino with the SPI bus, and provides some C# code...

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