Wiring the UBLOX NEO-6X / NEO-7X GNSS/GPS Module

This is the NEO series stand-alone MEMS GPS receiver developed by UBLOX. NEO 6 & NEO 7 series has integrated high performance positioning engine. These flexible receivers offer numerous connectivity options in a miniature package the compact design architecture and power and memory option make the device ideal for battery ...
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Wiring the MPL3115A2 Altimeter, Barometer, Temperature MEMS i2C / IIC Sensor

Xtrinsic MPL3115A2 provides a microelectromechanical systems MEMS pressure sensor with integrated i2C interface to provide an accurate Pressure / Altitude and Temperature Data. The sensor output are high resolution 24 bit ADC. Internal processing removes compensation tasks from the host Microcontroller system. Multiple user-programmable, power saving, interrupt and autonomous data ...
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Wiring the BME280 Environmental Sensor Using i2C/SPI Interface with Microcontroller

BME280 is an integrated digital humidity, pressure and temperature sensor. This sensor module is compact in a small smart integrated device on a metal-led this device runs on a low power consumption that allow the sensor driven in a battery powered devices such as smart handset, GPS devices, Smart Watches, ...
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Wiring the A7 / A6 / A6C / A2 / A20 GSM GPRS / GPS WIFI Quad Band 2G GSM Module Board

This is A7, A6C, and A6 is a GSM/GPRS/GPS Module that Supports GSM, GPRS, and GPS Quad-Band 850/900/1800/1900 MHz 2G GSM network worldwide with an SMS, GPRS Class 10 Data Service, and GPS feature and supports digital audio and analog audio support for HR, FR, EFR, AMR speech coding, there ...
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Wiring The LIDAR (Light Detection and Ranging Sensor) Remote Sensing with Micro-controller

This is another illustration that demonstrate how to wire the LIDAR Sensor on your Microcontroller. LIDAR (Light Detection and Ranging) is a remote sensing device which is capable capture geographical information. LIDAR data is often collected by the survey of aircraft or ground vehicle. NOAA scientist use LIDAR devices to ...
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