Blockchain, the future of IoT

With too many devices connected to the internet, security and management is definitely a major concern. Once the servers become overloaded and represent a single point of failure, the system becomes more vulnerable to cyber-attack.

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KRACK IoT and its effects on Internet of Things

We all love to be connected to the Wi-Fi network. We secure it using the well know WPA2 encryption method, but this encryption is now vulnerable to the cryptographic attack KRACK, read more...

4-20mA current loop explained

The 4-20 mA is considered to have set a dominant standard in the industry. Let’s take a deeper look at how it came to be, how it works, and how you can take advantage of this process control techniques for your projects, read more...

Learning electronics

As electronic gadgets form an integral part of our lifestyle, understanding how they work has become necessary. Now comes this big question: how to learn electronics? read more...

Do It Yourself LoRaWAN gateway (single channel)

With the always rising number of connected devices, we like to experiment each connectivity type. Experiments often means tight budget, testing LoRaWAN efficiently with a low budget is hard, but not impossible, read more...

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Passionate about hardware design and testing things, I enjoy prototyping smart connected devices.