Wednesday, 15 July 2015

Network and Web applications using Raspberry Pi, Arduino and Teensy - Free Download

Book Description
Popular Raspberry Pi miniature computers and small development boards operating in real-time environment can be used together for designing complex and powerful measurement and control systems. In these systems, the high-level programming environment of Raspbian OS running on the Raspberry Pi can be applied for high-level data processing, while real-time signal processing will be performed by some popular and low-cost development board such as Arduino or Teensy 3.1. The great benefit of such configurations is that a developer doesn’t need to build external circuitry that may take a long time. This highly practical guide describes how to build measurement systems that will include Raspberry Pi 2, Arduino Uno or Teensy 3.1 developments boards and will be controlled over a TCP/IP network or the Internet using a Web browser. Almost all applications from this guide use USB-to-Serial interfaces between Raspberry Pi, Arduino or Teensy 3.1.

Table of Contents
Project 1: Switching Arduino digital outputs
Project 2: Reading Arduino digital inputs
Project 3: Reading Arduino analog inputs
Project 4: Designing a programmable DC voltage source with Teensy 3.1
Project 5: Generating sine waves with Teensy 3.1
Project 6: Driving Arduino digital outputs over a TCP/IP network
Project 7: Reading digital inputs over a TCP/IP network
Project 8: Reading analog inputs over a TCP/IP network Raspberry Pi Web applications: a brief introduction
Raspberry Pi Web applications: installing the Apache Web server
Raspberry Pi Web applications: using server-side scripts
Raspberry Pi Web applications: running CGI scripts on the Apache Web server
Project 9: Driving Raspberry Pi 2 GPIO outputs over the Internet
Project 10: Reading Raspberry Pi 2 GPIO inputs over the Internet
Project 11: A digital-to-analog converter driven over the Internet
Project 12: A Web-controlled pulse width modulator
Project 13: Configuring trapezoidal signals from the Teensy DAC over the
Project 14: Reading the analog channels of Teensy 3.1 over the Internet

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