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Posted 19 Aug 2016


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The Basics of Inputs and Outputs, Part 2: Understanding Protocols

19 Aug 2016CPOL8 min read
Sharing the same physical shape and pin layout as the UNO board, the Arduino 101 board accepts many of the shields that fit in its predecessor; you can also interchange cases and mounts between the two boards.

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