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What do you need for this exercise?

  1. A fully functional Nvidia Jetson Nano. (Reference)
  2. 1602 I2C LCD. It should be easy to purchase anywhere.
1602 I2C LCD. Source

What you should finish before this exercise?

  1. Follow this blog to install the necessary package: LINK
  2. Learn some basic knowledge of Linux and python.
  3. Confirm the I2C address from the example with your manufacture provided.

Important HINT:


Source: https://developer.nvidia.com/EMBEDDED/jetson-nano-developer-kit

What do you need for this exercise?

  1. Nvidia Jetson Nano developer kit: LINK
  2. A high-speed micro SD card with a card reader.
  3. 5V, 4A power supply for Jetson Nano: You should be fine with it: LINK
  4. A screen with HDMI input.


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What do you need for this exercise?

  1. MPC5744P dev-board: LINK
  2. S32 design studio for MPC5744P: LINK
  3. The example that we…

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What do you need for this exercise?

  1. MPC5744P dev-board: LINK
  2. S32 design studio for MPC5744P: LINK
  3. The example that we provided: LINK
  4. MPC5744P User manual Rev6(2016/06)

What are we focusing on today?

  1. HW timer basic function(ETimer).

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1. How to present an infinite state with a finite state?


image source: https://docs.particle.io/datasheets/wi-fi/photon-datasheet/

What do you need for this exercise?

  1. Particle Photon(LINK)
  2. A Computer/Laptop with a USB port(Windows is ideal)
  3. A through hole led (Optional)

Let’s have a look at Particle Photon pin


Material for this learning note

  1. Python3.7 with Numpy and Streamlit installed.
  2. Particle Photon + Si7021 module
    You can use the exercise that I created before: <LINK>

Target


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Andrew C

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