I recently purchased a Nanode RF from the OSHUG 2012 hardware camp. This is a nifty little piece of kit combining arduino, ethernet, RF comms and other functionality into one arduino-sized board.
Before getting started with this I wanted to, see what resources were already used for the on-board devices, so I could see what sensors etc. I could connect and to where. Despite Ken’s efforts, the schematic isn’t the clearest to follow, so I decided to decode this into a table showing what resources are used where. This is attached below (let me know if you want the spreadsheet or PDF versions).
Looking to find out more next weekend. For now visit http://blackcountryatelier.com/
Looking forward to the 2012 Open Source Hardware User Group Camp; 15th Sept in Yorkshire (Link), in particular the discussions in the Internet of Things and of course the Raspberry Pi. Will be there for sure on the Saturday, but unsure about the Sunday workshops.
Further to the awesome miniPwner, DesignSpark adds more info on re-purposing the WR703N including adding a serial console connection. http://www.designspark.com/content/hacking-tp-link-tl-wr703n
via DesignSpark, a remote controlled streaming/SMB share based music player with an Android remote client. Looks like another interesting application for this awesome low-cost, general purpose platform http://www.designspark.com/content/raspberry-pi-remote-control-music-player