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In my last blog post I showed how to
transfer IoT data over the network using the M2MQTT library. But how, you may
ask, do you acquire the data in the first place? Well, chances are you have some
kind of sensor, be it temperature, pressure, accelerometer or what have you.
These sensors, more than likely, interface to the IoT node processor via some
kind of bus. It could be I2C, SPI, CAN, LIN or any number of others in the
alphabet soup. By far the two most popular low level sensor buses are I2C and
SPI. I2C stands for Inter-Integrated Circuit and was invented by Philips
Semiconductor (now NXP Semiconductor), SPI stand for Serial Peripheral Interface
invented by Motorola.
In this example I will show how we can interface to these buses using managed
code (C#) in Visual Studio 2013. I will use the BeagleBone Black as the platform
running Windows Embedded Compact 2013. A prebuilt demo image is available at my
Codeplex site along with all the source code for the
To start I wired a prototyp ...
Re: Windows Embedded Compact 2013 on Beaglebone gets IoT sample
Please contact me regarding a full installation of this BSP for WINCE2013, and what is necessary for...
-- Aaron Peterson
Re: BeagleBone BSP code clean up
Hi David, Interest in the fully version of the image. Please let me know the commercials. I need clarification...
Re: BeagleBone BSP gets several improvements
Hi David, How can I get a full version (without reboot) of your image available for demonstration?
-- Marco Aurélio Braun
Re: Low power operation on the community IoT Beaglebone BSP (Part 1)
Hello , dvescovi . Because of Job , I use your Beaglebone black BSP which is helpful for me . I want...
Re: Yet Another Gotcha: Compact 7 Update
Hi David, Would you please contact me regarding the wince7 BSP for the BBB? I have a few LCD Capes...
Seems MS may have posed a new updated ISO on MSDN. For those without a subscription, you are still out...
Re: Power management on the Beaglebone part 2–Battery
Hi David, First of all thanks for this, blog it's been very useful. Before I go ahead and solder anything...
Re: More improvements for Beaglebone BSP
Thank you for the fixes. The latest version builds under WEC7! Yay! Next .. have to try deploying it...
Of course, I meant the WEC2013 SDK ... see what happens when you work with too many bits at the same...
Hi David. First, thank you for what must have been a huge amount of work. I have been trying to install...