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In this video, we will see the specs of the module, configure using the web interface, and access the terminal using SSH.
Tutorial for programming the Linkit Smart 7688 Duo.
We are making smart furniture and our first prototype is for smart computer table.
GPS data is uploaded using MQTT and visualized using Thingsboard real-time dashboards.
The LinkIt One Board is awesome, but it's even more awesome with Blynk.
There are many uses for servos now-a-days! There are even more uses for WiFi servos!
Here is a project to read the LinkIt One's battery voltage through Blynk.
Because Linkit 7688 has only 32MB flash, insert an SD card in Linkit 7688 to expand the memory and use it to store data.
This project gives the code to assemble a 4 channel discrete signal recorder, the board is a LinkIt one.
It's a simple tutorial (step by step) for configure the LinkIt Duo as Station Mode, over a WPA Wireless Network
Using the Grove Serial Camera with Mediatek Labs Linkit ONE.
Control a GPIO over WiFi using a mobile application running off your smartphone, which you can then customize for your IoT projects!
This is a small project to help other people start their projects with Arduino and Android via WiFi connection.
Check the battery level of Li-Po battery and also charge it
I set up this project with the sole intention of determining the cost in milliseconds of the MPU9150's standard functions.
Display your path on Google Maps
Take continusly your postion and store it on a remote server
Take continusly your postion and store it in Linkit ONE's local memory, or in a micro SD card.
A simple but important step to get started with the Linkit One
How many sensor measurements can you stream with a single battery charge?
I made a complete example for anyone else out there who wants to use the LinkIt’s onboard RTC.
I have created a simple LinkIt One library and a Python Server terminal for sending and receiving your debugging information over wifi.
I found a sketch called "ScanNetworks" in the LWiFi library and decided to give it a try.
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