Developing on NVIDIA® Jetson™ for AI on the Edge

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Many of the NVIDIA Jetson Development Kits need external antennas for their WiFi/Bluetooth cards. Many after market enclosure manufacturers offer mounting points for external antennas. However there are times you […]
An often asked question is “How do I backup the SD card for a Jetson Nano or Jetson Xavier NX?” Here’s an answer, “Let’s use the dd tool”! Looky here: […]
The Adafruit PiOLED is a useful addition for many projects on the NVIDIA Jetson Nano Developer Kit. Looky here: Background One of the first public tech demos of the Jetson […]
Swap memory is now part of the default NVIDIA Jetson Nano distribution. Here’s how to change the amount of swap memory in use. Looky here: Background Recent releases of L4T/JetPack […]
For recent L4T releases, Intel now recommends using a different installation technique, it only takes 5 minutes! Looky here: The following is for historical purposes. Getting full support for […]
The Intel RealSense T265 Tracking Camera is a powerful new addition to the RealSense family of sensing devices.
NOTE: THIS ARTICLE HAS BEEN UPDATED WITH AN EASIER METHOD. PLEASE SEE: Jetson Nano – Run From USB Drive. Using a USB Drive as the root file system on a […]
A Serial Debug Console is a useful tool for embedded development, remote access, and those times when the development kit has issues that you need to observe. Looky here: Note: […]
There are times when you need to have your external drives mounted when the Jetson Nano boots. Let’s go over it! Looky here: Introduction The Ubuntu documentation has a good […]
The NVIDIA Jetson Nano Developer Kit has 4 GB of main memory. This may not enough memory for running many of the large deep learning models, or compiling very large […]


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