IoT and embedded products 2019

This post is here to comments links and news on intetesting IoT and embedded systena products I see on news.

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  1. Tomi Engdahl says:

    Compatible with any 40-pin Pi, or other SBC with Pi-style GPIO pinout, the new HAT offers support for third-party mPCIe cellular modems.

    Lynx Embedded’s Pi.Lynx.LTE HAT Brings mPCIe Cellular to Any Raspberry Pi or Compatible SBC
    https://www.hackster.io/news/lynx-embedded-s-pi-lynx-lte-hat-brings-mpcie-cellular-to-any-raspberry-pi-or-compatible-sbc-c9afea0ef1bb

    Compatible with any 40-pin Pi, or other SBC with Pi-style GPIO pinout, the new HAT offers support for third-party mPCIe cellular modems.

    Lynx Embedded has released the design files for the Pi.Lynx.LTE on GitHub, with the board itself available to buy on the company’s Tindie store for $49.90 per unit

    https://github.com/LynxEmbedded/pi.Lynx.LTE

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  2. Tomi Engdahl says:

    dipDuino Is an Arduino-Compatible Board That’s as Slim as a DIP Chip
    https://www.hackster.io/news/dipduino-is-an-arduino-compatible-board-that-s-as-slim-as-a-dip-chip-485a4498098a

    Take up fewer rows on your breadboard with this ATmega328P-based board.

    One reason the Arduino Nano became a popular form factor is that it fits onto a breadboard. The compact size is nice but makes the board a bit larger in the width dimension. To solve that issue, AtomSoftTech designed the dipDuino as an Arduino-compatible as narrow as a DIP package.

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