Using MCP3008 ADC with Raspberry Pi

Raspberry Pi does not have a built-in ADC. Which means an external ADC has to be used to capture analog signals. In theory, it is possible to capture certain analog signals via the audio input jack, but there may be limitations on the signal amplitude and frequency ranges, among other issues. MCP3008 is an 8 […]

Installing XBMC (Kodi) Media Center on Raspberry Pi

Here’s a quick guide to setting up your Raspberry Pi to run XBMC (now known as Kodi). This transforms the Raspberry Pi board into a full-featured media center that actually works quite well. You’ll need: Raspberry Pi board with microUSB power supply microSD card (4GB or more and class 6 or higher, preferably) Flat Panel […]