Communication

A robot must be able to communicate, either between its components, with other robots or remote computers. This category gathers all communication modules for your robot: standard radio protocols such as Xbee, Bluetooth, Wifi, standard wired communication module (USB, FTDI, RS232, CAN ...).

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Have you plans to create a project incorporating the NFC or RFID technology? Then you’ll probably find this NFC/RFID module, based on the PN352 chip, extremely useful. The chip is already found in lots of mainstream devices using near field communication, or NFC.

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Ordered in packs, this White PVC RFID Tag can be customised to go with whatever you wish. Choose your own shape and design for a made-to-measure RFID tag!

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This USB to serial adapter will enable communication between your computer and your microcontroller.

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This SparkFun XBee Explorer USB Board includes a FT231X converter for programming your XBee module directly from your computer.

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The WRL-11713 WiFi Dongle is the most efficient solution for equipping your pcDuino with a WiFi connection. And, even better, it also works with Raspberry Pi and BeagleBone Black!

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This small module could well revolutionise the world of the IoT, and change the lives of its fans. The ESP8266 WiFi module has its own TCP/IP protocol for direct WiFi access, plus it has its own 32-bit processor!

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Check out the new Bluetooth breakout board by SparkFun, specially designed for Bluetooth Low Energy 4.0. Compatible with Arduino and Arduino Pro, the board is equipped with the BC118 Bluetooth BLE 4.0 module.

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Simply connect a CAN to your microcontroller and enjoy the extreme precision of the ADS1115 16-Bit ADC for all your conversions!

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This analog to digital converter is commanded in I2C and allows you to convert up to 4 independant analog inputs or two differential inputs. A programmable amplification up to x16 can be applied to the result.

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This Wifi module connects to Raspberry Pi through USB and brings it a Wifi connection.

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This digital to analog converter receives a values from your microcontroller in I2C and transforms it into a corresponding analog voltage. This is very useful for audio or analog projects.

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The RS-485 Breakout Board is equipped with a SP3485 RS-485 transceiver and a filter capacitor for rapidly transmitting your UART data.

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The Programmable Wireless USB Wixel Module is a general-purpose programmable module providing integrated 2.4 GHz wireless communication and full-speed USB interface.

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Want to control and optimise your data rate without using UART? Get the CC3000 WiFi module and its dedicated WiFi Breakout Board and you can integrate the Internet into your projects!

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This USB Audio Adapter, built around the CM108AH chipset, is equipped with 2 jacks and will adapt to all projects on ODROID.

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The SparkFun XBee Explorer Regulated board is the ideal interface for connecting your XBee modules and your microcontroller, whether 3.3V or 5V compatible.

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The Seeed Studio BLE Shield will allow you to incorporate the Bluetooth Low Energy technology into all your low-speed data transmission projects.

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The EM-406 Connector Breakout allows you to connect the wires of compatible GPS modules to easily develop your microcontroller.

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The Qwiic Adapter provides the perfect means to make any I2C board into a Qwiic-enabled board. Arduin oand Raspberry Pi compatible.

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The Feather Huzzah is a small board embedding WiFi and USB connectivity options, that you can program on Arduino or with Lua. A big thank you to the Adafruit team!

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