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    This tutorial describes how to interface a WS2812B RGB LED ring or Adafruit’s NeoPixel ring to?ESP8266. The WS2812B is a smart RGB LED with?a control

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    With the rapid development and maturing of internet-of-things (IoT)?technology, the IoT-driven smart sensors and systems are?changing business in multiple?industries. In healthcare industry, it is gaining

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    The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) provides official time in the United States. NIST disseminates the time using several methods, including?radio broadcasting over

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