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Arduino devices are very simple-to-use microcontroller boards commonly encountered in embedded projects, and can communicate with a Jetson TK1 via Serial UART or I2C, or can be programmed from a Jetson TK1 through USB (ie: allowing you to develop Arduino code using a Jetson TK1 instead of using a PC for development).
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* For a tutorial describing how to program an Arduino microcontroller from a Jetson TK1 (instead of from a PC), go to [[Jetson/Tutorials/Program_An_Arduino|Program An Arduino]].
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* For a tutorial describing how a Arduino can communicate with a Jetson TK1 (such as to read analog sensors on an Arduino and process the readings on a Jetson TK1), go to [[Jetson/Tutorials/Communicate_To_Arduino|Communicate To An Arduino]].

Latest revision as of 17:40, 23 September 2014

Arduino devices are very simple-to-use microcontroller boards commonly encountered in embedded projects, and can communicate with a Jetson TK1 via Serial UART or I2C, or can be programmed from a Jetson TK1 through USB (ie: allowing you to develop Arduino code using a Jetson TK1 instead of using a PC for development).

  • For a tutorial describing how to program an Arduino microcontroller from a Jetson TK1 (instead of from a PC), go to Program An Arduino.
  • For a tutorial describing how a Arduino can communicate with a Jetson TK1 (such as to read analog sensors on an Arduino and process the readings on a Jetson TK1), go to Communicate To An Arduino.