The Arduino is a very powerful platform for easily building embedded systems. One of the things that makes the Arduino platform powerful are its libraries for communicating with sensors, devices, and other Arduinos. This class will teach how to use the following Arduino libraries for communicating:
• Wire (TWI - Two Wire Interface and I2C - Inter-Integrated Circuit)
• SPI (Serial Peripheral Interface)
• SoftwareSerial (Serial communication without UARTs)
The class will include discussion of the tradeoffs for each library and their hardware requirements, as well as examples.
There is a nominal charge ($10) for this class, to fund Nova Labs.
Please park in the commuter parking lot across the street.
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