Posts Tagged ‘weather’

Si4707 weather radio

Thursday, February 6th, 2014

Charles has been working on a Si4707 weather band radio project: Right now on the bench the PIC powers up, resets and powers up the radio, then tunes the radio via I2C to 162.55MHz. It finishes up by reading back the status and then dumps the Tuned Frequency and RSSI (...

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Monitor snow depth with microcontroller

Tuesday, February 22nd, 2011

The snow pummeling many regions this week makes one think about a snow depth measurement project. Here's an idea abstract from Preetika S. Sapra and Gaurav Sapra for their design of a Microcontroller Based Snow Depth Sensor for Measuring the Depth of Snow Avalanche. This concept paper discusses the design...

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#twatch Python script for weather, time

Tuesday, March 30th, 2010

trobbinsmilne posted a Python #twatch script that shows the weather and time: Here are a couple of photos of my twatch. It's showing the time for 15 seconds, then 5 seconds of either today's date + weather, or 5 seconds of the weather forecast for the next few days. You...

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