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In this special edition, you will find interviews with members of the Espressif community, special projects we at Espressif do in our spare time, and real-life examples of how the Espressif community is helping make the connected world a better place.

Author:
Elektor Team
Publisher:
Elektor
Language:
English
Last Updated:
2023

This book is the Russian version of Espressif's first official book, which is an IoT Guidance based on ESP32-C3 written by Espressif engineers.It provides detailed guidance on IoT development, including hardware design based on ESP32-C3, ESP-IDF, Wi-Fi configuration, ESP RainMaker, etc. If you have any suggestions or questions on this book, please contact: book@espressif.com.

Author:
Espressif
Publisher:
ДМК Пресс
Language:
Russian
Last Updated:
2023

The book is a comprehensive guide to embedded systems targeting the ESP32-C3 platform.  Readers dive into the basics of a microcontroller by examining the RISC-V processor architecture, it’s pipelining, the bus system and caching.  The further understanding of memory-mapped I/O leads to the different peripherals from digital GPIO to ADC signal processing.  To round up the topic the book shows the basics of FreeRTOS and IoT with Wi-Fi and BLE.

Author:
Patrick Ritschel
Publisher:
dpunkt.verlag
Language:
German
Last Updated:
2023

The book builds projects using communication protocols ranging from those connecting your smart watch to your mobile phone (BLE) to long range communication with satellites circling above the Earth (LoRa) and transmission of audio signals between devices (I2S). QR codes are used to control external devices over the internet, while the ESP-MESH and ESP-NOW protocols enable communication between ESP32 microcontrollers without an internet connection. Different ESP32 module formats are available, ranging from a development board to a camera based module to an integrated watch with touchscreen and GPS, which are illustrated with corresponding projects.

Author:
Neil Cameron
Publisher:
Apress
Language:
English
Last Updated:
2023

ESP32-C3 is a cost-effective RISC-V MCU with Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 5 (LE) connectivity for secure IoT applications. To show the various applications of this powerful chipset, this book will take you on an interesting journey through AIoT, starting from the basics of IoT project development and environment setup to practical examples. All the source code can be downloaded from Espressif’s GitHub repository.

Author:
Espressif
Publisher:
NA
Language:
English
Last Updated:
2023

This book is about developing projects using the sensor-modules with Arduino Uno, Raspberry Pi and ESP32 microcontroller development systems. More than 40 different sensors types are used in various projects in the book. The book explains in simple terms and with tested and fully working example projects, how to use the sensors in your project.

Author:
Dogan Ibrahim
Publisher:
Elektor
Language:
English
Last Updated:
2022

The book explains how to develop Internet of Things (IoT) projects using ESP32 on the Arduino platform through in-depth analysis and a hands-on approach.This will not only help the reader to lay a solid foundation, but also stimulate the reader's interest in IoT development and apply the knowledge in the book to different projects. In addition, the book also introduces the latest version of Arduino IDE 2.0, providing readers with cutting-edge technical information.

Author:
ภาสกร พาเจริญ
Publisher:
โปรวิชั่น
Language:
Thai Language
Last Updated:
2022

The availability of the Espressif ESP32-C3 chip provides a way to get hands-on experience with RISC-V. The open-source QEMU emulator adds a 64-bit experience in RISC-V under Linux. These are just two ways for the student and enthusiast alike to explore RISC-V in this book. The projects in this book are boiled down to the barest essentials to keep the assembly language concepts clear and simple.

Author:
Warren Gay
Publisher:
Elektor
Language:
English
Last Updated:
2022

This book takes you on an interesting journey through wearable technology, starting from electronic circuits, materials, and e-textile toolkits to using Arduino, which includes a variety of sensors, outputs, actuators, and microcontrollers such as Gemma M0 and ESP32. As you progress, you'll be carefully guided through creating an advanced IoT project. You'll learn by doing and create wearables with the help of practical examples and exercises. Later chapters will show you how to develop a hyper-body wearable and solder and sew circuits. Finally, you'll discover how to build a culture-driven wearable to track data and provide feedback using a Design Innovation approach.

Author:
Christine Farion
Publisher:
Packt Publishing
Language:
English
Last Updated:
2022
Author:
曹永忠
Publisher:
崧燁文化
Language:
Chinese
Last Updated:
2022

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