Due to all the development we have done with the USB Host Shield, we have now decided also to carry the USB Host Shield for the Arduino Pro Mini.
For only $20 this shield enables your small Arduino Pro Mini enabled projects to connect with a lot of different USB periphirals.
Our recent Kickstarter project, the Balanduino - an Arduino compatible Balancing Robot - has now been successfully funded.
Even though it is finished you can still visit the Kickstarter to get more information about the project, the features of the Balanduino, kit pricing and when you can expect to receive your own kit if you funded us.
Due to all the development we have done with the USB Host Shield, enabling especially USB Bluetooth support, we decided that it might be time for us to carry it in the shop too.
So we are now a happy European distributor of the USB Host Shield Revision 2.0, which you can get for only $27.00
We have recently been working on a lot on different electronics products for you, and now our webstore is finally open.
The webstore currently contains everything from our NXT Shield and mbed Periphiral Board to different breadboards, wires and of course the well know USB Host Shield.
With our experience, knowledge and development tools TKJ Electronics is able to help you with your current projects.
We can develop a whole product for you, or only parts of a project - it's up to you.
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At 4th semester of my bachelor at Aalborg University me and my project partner became a part of a new research project, UAWorld (DRONER RYKKER INDENDØRS MED DANSK TEKNOLOGI). A project aiming for developing a new infrastructure and a set of drones capable of being used in indoor industrial environments with dynamically changing obstacles (and layout) and human beings likely to walk around.
Some time ago I had a course dealing with image analysis i. e. image segmentation, moments, colour detection, object recognition etc. As part of the course everyone had to make a project that showcased the theory we had been learning throughout the course.
As a part of my electronic engineering degree I have decided to look into the world of Software Defined Radios, a complicated but very powerful tool. Software Defined Radios, SDR in short, is in short a software-based radio platform, making it possible to program the RF transmissions schemes and updating them on the fly if necessary, a bit similar to what we in the digital world know as FPGA's.
I recently got my bachelor's degree in electrical engineering. As I wrote in an earlier blog post I decided to implement a custom flight controller on a Tiva C Series TM4C123G LaunchPad for my project. Currently it supports several different modes including acro/rate mode, self level mode, heading hold and altitude hold.
In this blog post I will describe a IoT (Internet of Things) Vending Machine that I built quite some time ago with a friend of mine Sigurd Jervelund Hansen. At Sigurd's dorm room they got hold of an old vending machine free of charge, as it did not work.