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Jetson Nano Articles

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 […]
You need to get all the power out of your Jetson Nano Developer Kit. Looky here: Background There are three ways to get power in to the NVIDIA Jetson Nano […]
Adding an Intel Wifi card to the Jetson Nano can be a little scary first time through. Fortunately, it’s easy to do! Looky here: Note: The connectors on the antennas […]
The NVIDIA Jetson Nano Developer Kit plugs and plays with the Raspberry Pi V2 Camera! Looky here: Background Since the introduction of the first Jetson in 2014, one of the […]
The NVIDIA Jetson Nano Developer Kit is a $99 Jetson built for Maker and AI projects. Looky here: Background There have been several models of the Jetson over the last […]


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