Category: Communications

WebRTC Phone Calls via Asterisk

WebRTC Phone Calls via Asterisk

Are you ready for another off topic article on WebRTC?  This one is titled WebRTC Phone Calls via Asterisk. I have written about Asterisk before (HERE) and that article did have something to do with microcontrollers  😎  Asterisk is an open source full featured phone system (PBX). In my last post about WebRTC, I showed …

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WebRTC Screen/Video Sharing

WebRTC Screen/Video Sharing

As many readers of this site can tell, I am a bit off topic with this article. None the less, I think those same readers will find it useful. The topic is WebRTC Screen/Video Sharing and shows how to communicate with another person (peer to peer) via video and audio using a Web browser.  This …

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A Wireless WEB Server on an ESP8266

This is a short post which shows how to create a wireless WEB server on an ESP8266.  It uses a microcontroller, in this case an STM32F103C8T6 (BluePill )  to send commands and control the ESP8266 Here is what the wiring looks like:.   You can get the Fritzing code for this image here.     …

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Solar Power System Monitoring with an Arduino

Arduino Invertor Monitor

Sometimes, people wonder about the practical side of using an arduino. I do get asked what is the real use for some of the articles I post here.  Are these ‘gadgets‘ just toys or do they have a practical use?  Most people who ask though, are not that familiar with arduinos or microcontrollers in general. …

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SN75176 RS485 Communications between two Arduinos

SN75176

Previously, I wrote about RS485 communications between two Arduinos using a MAX485 IC. The link for that post is HERE.  It showed one Arduino as a tranmitter and the other as a receiver. This post is very similar, however, I am using a different IC, the SN75176BP. This post is about SN75176 RS485 communications between …

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