How would you let your PIC-Micro Board Interface with your Cell Phone (Network). These Cards and Designs will help your Embedded System to be Controlled or Monitored using a simple Wireless Device Networking.
PIC-GSM at Olimex
Using PIC-GSM you can easily monitor and control your home from everywhere with your GSM cell phone. You can switch on and off relays remotely by SMS. You can monitor the status of your GPIOs or toggle them. You can establish a call to the GSM module and speak or listen on the audio channel of the board. You can monitor the temperature from several digital remote temperature sensors.
SMS Transceiver for PIC (SMST4PIC)
SMS Transceiver for PIC (SMST4PIC) is a tool for sending SMS via a RS232 serial connection between a PIC and a mobile phone. It establish on the basis of a serial line connection a AT command based communication for sending SMS and SMS-based e-Mails.
GSM Monitoring and Control System
A simple GSM based monitoring and controlling system on a small board with a PIC processor holding a solid program able to control a various types of GSM modems and Cell phones. Four inputs, one power output prepared for monitoring and controlling through SMS messages on your mobile phone.
Pinoccio Scouts have similar specs to the Arduino Mega, but with built-in mesh networking, web-connectivity via WiFi, and rechargeable batteries. Helps you build wireless web-enabled projects.
Pinoccio and Internet of Things
Built around Atmel ATmega256RFR2 which has an integrated radio. MCU Clocks at 16MHz.
Wireless with over-the-air programming on the 2.4GHz interface using 802.15.4. Web connectivity via the Wi-Fi Backpack.
17 digital I/O pins, including four with PWM. 8 analog input pins. 2 hardware UART serial ports. Hardware SPI port. Dedicated I2C port. Micro USB port for charging and programming.
Waspmote may have two radios at the same time connected when using the Expansion Radio Board allowing the creation of bridges among different networks such as ZigBee and Wifi, Wifi and 3G/GPRS, RFID and Bluetooth, etc.
Open source Wireless sensor platform – Waspmote
Raspberry Pi to Arduino shields connection bridge
“The idea behind the Raspberry Pi to Arduino shields connection bridge is to allow to use any of the shields, boards and modules designed for Arduino in Raspberry Pi. It includes also the possibility of connecting digital and analog sensors, using the same pinout of Arduino but with the power and capabilities of Raspberry.”
Cooking Hacks – Tasty Electronics for the Arduino and Raspberry Pi Community.
The have a wide range of electronic products and kits including Arduino, ZigBee, GPRS, Sensors, Servos, Leds, LCDs etc.
Build a true Webserver with only 2 chips. We did it! The used CPU (MSC1210Y4 from Texas Instruments) has 16kB Flash (up to 32kB available) and 1.2 kB RAM. Enough for a Webserver (provided you are using uC/51’s included TCP/IP stack).
Add Internet-Connectivity to your Applications with only a very few lines of C-Code. Many demos are included in uC/51, like: Webserver, E-Mail, Time-Client, TCP, UDP. Make Control System with remote Internet access to your sensors or actuatoors.
Embedded webserver FlexGate III
- Easy-to-use stack, written with uC/51 V1.20
- Everything “on board”
- Best suited for uC/51 as development-hardware
- uC/51-Tool-Chain Integration
- CPU: 64kB Flash, 2 kB XRAM (32 kB as option), ISP, up to 5 MIPS
- RS232 or USB (as option)
- New V2.0 TCP/IP Stack included in uC/51 as 100% Sourcecode
- Complete Low-Cost-Kits only 120.– EUR*:
- FlexGate III module, RS232 cable, uC/51 Full Version, Power supply
Mikrocontroller Entwicklungssysteme Entwicklungstools
µC/51 V1.20.05 – Superoptimizing ANSI C compiler for the 8051 family