Master Electricity with a Raspberry Pi Pico Oscilloscope

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Oscilloscopes are powerful electronic test instruments primarily used to visualize and analyze electrical signals in electronic circuits. They are extremely useful. But they’re also extremely expensive. In this tutorial, I will show you how to make a cheap and easy oscilloscope with a Raspberry Pi Pico. This oscilloscope – what I’m calling a “Picoscilloscope” –…

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Everything about Raspberry Pi in 10 Minutes

Here’s a video that goes over everything about Raspberry Pi in fewer than 10 minutes: For more information, be sure to check out our other articles about Raspberry Pi and subscribe to the PiCockpit Newsletter.

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Paragon Project: The Last Watch You’ll Ever Need

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The idea of this project is to create a smartwatch that will last 10 years on a single charge. As its maker dubs in on the Hackaday page, it’s “the last watch you’ll ever need.” That maker is Valentine Balkanski and I’m very excited to feature this project here. It’s still a work-in-progress, but things…

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Paragon Project: An Unofficial Raspberry Pi 500

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Here we are, almost two months since the announcement of Raspberry Pi 5 and no word on a Raspberry Pi 500. How can this be? Well leave it to Christopher Barnatt to save the day with this unofficial Raspberry Pi 500! When Raspberry Pi announced the Pi 5, there were two big questions – what…

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Collaborative Document Editing with Raspberry Pi

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Want to keep your personal and business documents private and secure? Then storing them on external servers is not the way to go. In this article, I will go over how you can set up local collaborative document editing with a Raspberry Pi. Indeed, if you’re still using Google Docs, then your data is neither…

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Paragon Project: ESP32 Drones!

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Last week, we published an article about the 10 best ESP32 projects of 2023. Well, we clearly jumped the gun, because just a day later, Joshua Bird shared the single coolest ESP32 project of 2023: ESP32 drones that fly autonomously with a motion capture system! Best of all, Joshua has shared all the details of…

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8 Ways to Monitor Your Network with Raspberry Pi

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Running a business or home network and want to keep it safe? Of course, staying ahead of potential issues is crucial. In this article, I will explain how to monitor your network with a Raspberry Pi. In a business environment, effective network monitoring is paramount. It guarantees reliable communication, protects sensitive data, and minimizes downtime.…

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The 10 BEST ESP32 Projects of 2023

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We’ve written about a whole bunch of ESP32 projects this year. Although the end of 2023 isn’t yet upon us, it’s fast approaching. And we thought it was about time to collect our list of the best ESP32 projects of 2023. So if you missed them, here’s your opportunity to catch up. But first, let…

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An M.2 PCIe HAT for Raspberry Pi 5

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From the moment that Raspberry Pi Ltd. announced Raspberry Pi 5 on September 28th, the internet has been buzzing with all of the potential of the PCIe port. Raspberry Pi has opened up a whole new world of possibilities. And now, one of them becomes a reality with the introduction of Pineberry Pi’s HatDrive!, an…

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5 Ways to Transform Your Office with Raspberry Pi

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Whether at work or at home, you should turn your office in a smart office. In this article, we outline 5 ways to transform your office into a smart office with a Raspberry Pi. In the ever-evolving landscape of technology, businesses are constantly seeking innovative ways to enhance office environments and streamline day-to-day operations. But…

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