Just cut the trace to PCB antenna and solder a proper one:
Yesterday I found this ESC and BLDC motor in my electronics box and decided I’ll test if it really works. Continue reading Controlling ESC via USB
As I promised last time, I’m going to continue with st-link programmer clones. This time I wanted to use mbed which has some ready made libraries for utilizing USB and since it was very comfortable to use DFU upload with arduino library, at first I checked if it is usable with mbed too.
So I bought a media player again. It’s Vontar X96 mini with 1GB RAM and 8GB eMMC and according to rule “Don’t turn it on, take it apart!” it’s exactly what I did: Continue reading Bricking and unbricking Vontar X96 mini
I bought 2 cheap 433Mhz receiver modules from aliexpress for comparison. Continue reading Cheap 433Mhz receivers comparison
I own the radio clock on the title picture. I’ve used it for some time but it annoyed me because it drifted a lot (several seconds a day). It’s synchronized to power network frequency but it doesn’t work well in my case and I hate to adjust the clock over and over again. So I decided to sync it automatically using esp8266. Continue reading Old radio clock upgraded to NTP
I wanted to try reflow soldering in kitchen owen. I had two boards – one with working ESP12 module (left) and one with working base board (right):