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Thingy:52 Python Raspberry Pi InterfaceThis blog is a follow up to both the Nordic Thingy:52 node.js/Raspberry Pi demos and the https://devzone.nordicsemi.com/blogs/1160/walkthrough-of-nordic-thingy52-nodejs-raspberry-pi/ blog posts. It will go through how you can set up and develop Python Thingy:52 applications on the Raspberry Pi.Raspberry Pi SetupPlease follow the setup as explained in Node.js walkthrough to make sure the Raspberry Pi is setup as assumed for this blog post. We will be running the Raspb...

 In this article, I use the I2S peripheral of the Nordic nRF52832 to generate the waveforms required to drive the popular WS2812B RGB LEDs.http://electronut.in/nrf52-i2s-ws2812/...

Thingy:52 Node.js Raspberry Pi InterfaceThis blog post is a follow up to the Nordic Thingy:52 node.js/Raspberry Pi demos blog post, and will described how you can run and what to expect from each of the Node.js examples that have been provided in the GitHub repository. It will also described an additional example of how you can use the Node.js library to post a tweet based on sensor data.If you are looking for a Python interface instead of Node.js, please have a look at the following blog post for some mo...

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My use case involves buttonless beacons that should only be connected to by authenticated users on their mobile device (Android / iOS).Once connected, these beacons will be sending and receiving confidential information, and should not be able to be eavesdropped.Our idea is to use the beacon's advertised ID, check with our server to make sure the authenticated user has access to that specific beacon ID, and then give them some pass code.Would this be considered OOB pairing?What would be the most secure wa...

Hi, i am working on custom nrf52 board which is operating by Li battery of 3.7v 27mAh battery. now the battery is dead i didnt find 27mAh batteries in the market near to me, insted i got 3,7volt 300mAh is it possible to operate with 300mAh battries. this question may be silly but need suggestions.thank you,...

I am using a nrf52832 Development Board with s132 for some BLE applications. I developed a beacon app, set for BLE peripheral, and every reading of the advertising from this app gives me its MAC address. Now I am developing a gateway app, set for BLE central. This app will read the advertising from beacons and send a package via uart. This package will include also the gateway MAC. I am using the same board for the gateway, and for the beacons I am using some other hardware I have. To include the gateway ...