A DDS on the Internet of Things

$40.00

The latest kit from the stable of Paul m0xpd

This kit design intergrates the ESP8266 system-on-chip and an AD9834 DDS device, in an attempt to encourage exchange of idea’s between activies on the “INTERNET OF THINGS” within Amateur Radio using the Arduino platform

Click here to download an introduction to the Shield Kit.

Click Here and watch Dave Rajnauth VE3OOI Video using the IoT Shield with a Raspberry Pi to control a Radio and Temperature Control

For build instructions and further information, please go to the following site that Paul m0xpd has setup so as to guide you through the basics of setting up your DDS on the Internet of Things. https://sites.google.com/site/addsontheinternetofthings/home

The site includes software for testing your kit and some application software to give you ideas about how to use the system once completed.

If you have not seen Pauls Blog there is further reading here: http://m0xpd.blogspot.co.uk/

Here you will see how paul has intergrated his Sudden Transmitter Shield (see below) to create a Beacon.

Read more below on additional uses, videos, and instructions for the shields.

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SKU: KANGA-Arduino-DDS Category:

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m0xpd – DDS on the Internet of Things

This kit design intergrates the ESP8266 system-on-chip and an AD9834 DDS device, in an attempt to encourage exchange of idea’s between activies on the “INTERNET OF THINGS” within Amateur Radio

Click here to download an introduction to the Shield Kit.

For build instructions and further information, please go to the following site that Paul m0xpd has setup so as to guide you through the basics of setting up your DDS on the Internet of Things. https://sites.google.com/site/addsontheinternetofthings/home​The site includes software for testing your kit and some application software to give you ideas about how to use the system once completed.​If you have not seen Pauls Blog there is further reading here: http://m0xpd.blogspot.co.uk/ Here you will how paul has intergrated the his Sudden Transmitter Shield (see below) to create a Beacon.

To enable you to use the DDS Shield with the various projects that we’ll be listing here you will need to check the  connections of the various versions of the ESP8266 – such as this version against the Shield Pin Out.

Click here for a copy of the Shield Schematic.

First Project – Simple Weather Station

Click Here – This will take you to a link that has a number of Weather Station projects which you can take your pick of.  Each project contains full details, by following these you will be able to use the DDS Shield as a Weather Staion.

Click Here for another example of a Weather Station, here you can download a sample of the book to see if this would be a suitable project. We had this project running running here at Kanga Towers and seemed to work ok.

Second Project – DIY Home Automation using ESP8266

Click Here – for link to look how you can use this Shield in a Home Automation environment

Click Here – For VE3OOI’s YouTube channel using the M0XPD shields in action.  Also check out his YouTube Playlist for even more shield videos including a PSK/RTTY Transceiver.

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Weight 2 oz
Dimensions 6 × 5 × .5 in

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