Hackable No. 16 is available


number 16 of the magazine Hackable is available at your Newsagent.
It’s the January-February issue, it will be available until the end of February.
There is a dominant wireless communication in this issue, whether to create a dialogue between Arduino and Raspberry Pi with nRF24L01 modules or Bluetooth.
Always waves with the HackRF One, a software radio receiver that opens the doors of exploration of frequencies.
With the Raspberry Pi you can also achieve a contactless card reader.


the cover of the magazine gives you information about the content that I invite you to discover by article…


we begin by explaining how you can use an SD card or microSD to store data from your Arduino. Ideal for a weather station, an environmental recorder or a tracker. It will have to acquire a SD module, section guides you in this choice explains how read or write a file on the SD card.


with the nRF24L01, you have everything it takes to connect two Arduino by radio. This article explains in detail how to proceed.


the module works well with Raspberry Pi, what presents this second part. Note that Dominique had proposed you in June 2015 an article on framboise314.fr, to connect an Arduino and a Raspberry Pi by radio . The two documents can complement 🙂


HackRF One is a receiver-transmitter CSD covering from 1 MHz to 6 GHz in all modes available, analog and digital. It is more within the CSD to €20 used for DTT. The price of this module revolves around 350 but offers much larger possibilities. You will find in this section of the examples created with GNU Radio.


but not only! The project CardPeek is an application for GNU/Linux that exists in Raspbian and is able to read the news of credit cards, passports, Navigo etc…


power draw when it spreads beautiful trees called Lichtenberg figures . Learn how to make these stunning designs on wood. Beware, this achievement implements very high tensions which are dangerous and even deadly!


GNU Screen is a ‘improved’ terminal that has tabs and can manage several ‘order lines ‘. It can also be queued or taken from another session.


GNU Screen can also be used with a USB/serial adapter like this: specify the port/dev/ttyUSB0 will suffice…


use of graphic apps of the Raspberry Pi in Windows is a little the marriage of carp and the rabbit … but hey, it can be used 😉


this article gives you the methods to use to display the images of apps in a window under Windows.


come on, one more for the road! If you use a Raspberry Pi 3, it features the original Bluetooth interface. On other models you can use Bluetooth keys. After checking the operation of the Bluetooth, you will learn how to use Python to interact with your devices…


as usual is no regret that I filed my €7,90 in the change of my tobacconist in Exchange for this issue of Hackable. As usual the content either in quantity and quality is to the date you!



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