The latest greatest IDE is now available for download.

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In this final installment, we talk about the completed workspace from parts I and II

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This week we have a couple new products to talk about for your next robotics project. Check it out!

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In this week's Enginursday, Joel shows off his aquatic turtle habitat, complete with an above-tank basking area, automated lighting, and an aquaponic feeding system.

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A cool project from "Popular Science" writer Dave Prochnow

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After a decade of debate and public outcry last summer, FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler issued a statement today promising to protect the open Internet.

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Do you have the electronics chops to take home the prize?

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We're excited to celebrate a win for libraries everywhere!

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Today, some new robotics parts and a pretty light-up flower. Yes, you read that right!

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SparkFun heads to Chicago this week to attend the American Library Association (ALA) Midwinter meeting.

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The word "hacker" is often abused in the DIY community. In this post we talk about traditional grey-hat hacking in relation to hardware and DIY electronics.

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We'll be at the Boulder Mini Maker Faire this weekend - and so should you!

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A look into our awesome solar array and what it's doing for SparkFun.

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My experience at CES 2015 and my thoughts on attending.

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A story about a FIRST team doing big things for the robotics community.

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I once wanted to use RFID for drone racing. Now with this setup with the high gain antenna it’s possible. Right now we have a new system…
I take my Technician Class test tomorrow, wish me luck!
There are many UHF high-gain directional antennas on the market. We’ve got a good…
Which antenna is needed to read up to 16 feet?
The board has adjustable power output from 0dBm to 27dBm, meaning that with the correct antenna you can read up to 16 feet (4.9m), or 1 to 2…
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Seems to me you should have included a force sensor to detect who hit the antenna the hardest to serve as a “tie breaker”! ;-)
How far away could you pick up the tags with that antenna?
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