Building an Arduino based RFID Emulator


This project is aimed at creating an experimental device for emulating RFID labels of three widely available components. I simplified the explanation of the process so that it could be easily replicated. I also developed some helpful ideas along the way, including writing a special program for converting a serial number into the transmitted data, which will definitely prove useful. Read more →
Building an Arduino based RFID Emulator
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The way we made an external PCIe RAM disk based on the DDR memory

RAM disk, this is a disk based on RAM memory chips. This kind of disk is not able to retain data after the power is turned off (unless a supporting battery is used), but has an exceptionally high read/write speed (especially for random access) and an unlimited lifespan. It is important in tasks that need a lot of cycles to write over information, even professional SSD drives don’t live long. To the operating system the RAM disk is indistinguishable from an SSD or HDD disk and no special drivers or setup is required. Unlike a disk that is virtually located in the computer’s RAM memory, where the maximum memory capacity is limited to 128-256 GB in the best consumer motherboards, a RAM disk for a PCIe slot, in general, has no volume limits and can work in any MB with a PCIe slot.

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The way we made an external PCIe RAM disk based on the DDR memory
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RS485 — a standard for industrial networks. What are the main features of the transceiver microcircuit?

When building a network for communication between a large number of devices, one may think: what interface to choose? Each interface has its own pros and cons that determine its application: CAN — Automotive, RS485 / RS232 — Industrial, Ethernet — Consumer Electronics / Server. What features of the transceiver microcircuit help to protect against many problems during installation and operation? How is the process of measuring and researching of transceiver microcircuits going on? New RS485 microcircuit is ready to get to market! Read more →
RS485 — a standard for industrial networks. What are the main features of the transceiver microcircuit?
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Data Phoenix Digest — 01.07.2021

We at Data Science Digest have always strived to ignite the fire of knowledge in the AI community. We’re proud to have helped thousands of people to learn something new and give you the tools to push ahead. And we’ve not been standing still, either.

Please meet Data Phoenix, a Data Science Digest rebranded and risen anew from our own flame. Our mission is to help everyone interested in Data Science and AI/ML to expand the frontiers of knowledge. More news, more updates, and webinars(!) are coming. Stay tuned!

The new issue of the new Data Phoenix Digest is here! AI that helps write code, EU’s ban on biometric surveillance, genetic algorithms for NLP, multivariate probabilistic regression with NGBoosting, alias-free GAN, MLOps toys, and more…

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Data Phoenix Digest — 01.07.2021
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WebRTC screen-sharing with authorization and other benefits

The popularity of online education is increasing every month. And since there is an increase in popularity, there is an increase in competition and an improvement in quality: many authors of online schools realized that nowadays it’s not enough to just make something mediocre using the frontal camera of the iPhone 4. You need to work on the quality of the picture, sound, presentation of material, etc. Not only did the pandemic prove that you can teach salsa and even crochet online, so it also gave an excellent push to improve the materials taught + diversity in the labor market. Moms on maternity leave can rejoice — now you can truly earn a hundred thousand million per second, sitting at home.

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WebRTC screen-sharing with authorization and other benefits
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How to make a multipoint WebRTC conference MCU with recording and screen-sharing in the browser

During the lockdown, which is now weakening, then becoming more active with a vengeance, a huge number of new professions have appeared. Proficients in creating involving Instagram Stories, course producers, e-learning specialists and other unknown-before-creatures — all of them have mastered a new job that gave them the holy bread in the pandemic. Once you hire a creator of involving Instagram Stories (and let’s all hope this person was teached by a professional, not a snake oil salesman), your business grows just with adding some creativity in advertising that will take the heart of even the most fastidious customer. Same works with e-learning specialists: you recruit them and they do all the important tasks from writing articles that will also help in promoting your classes to arranging lessons on your Coursera course. A complete flight of imagination: if it seems to you that some jobs don’t exist, then you just don’t spend enough time online. In general, online work has become popularized as never and now hardly anyone will say: «He is engaged in some kind of garbage — he makes TikToks but it would be better for him to toil at the factory!». In total, online work has become popularized as never and now hardly anyone will say: «He is engaged in some kind of garbage — he makes TikToks, but it would be better for him to toil at the factory!».

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How to make a multipoint WebRTC conference MCU with recording and screen-sharing in the browser
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DataScience Digest — 24.06.21

The new issue of DataScienceDigest is here!

The impact of NLP and the growing budgets to drive AI transformations. How Airbnb standardized metric computation at scale. Cross-Validation, MASA-SR, AgileGAN, EfficientNetV2, and more.

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DataScience Digest — 24.06.21
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