Hackaday editors Elliot Williams and Mike Szczys flip through the index of great hacks. This week we learn of a co-existence attack on WiFi and Bluetooth radios called Spectra. The craftsmanship in a pneumatic drone is so awesome we don’t care that it doesn’t fly. Building a powerful TEA laser is partly a lesson in capacitor design. And join us in geeking out at the prospect of big rigs getting their juice from miles of overhead wires.
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New This Week:
- Six New HackadayU Courses Announced for Fall 2020
- Hackaday U Course: Ghidra with [wrongbaud] (video)
- 2020 Hackaday Prize
Interesting Hacks of the Week:
- Acoustic Camera Uses Many, Many Microphones
- True Craftsmanship: Pneumatic Powered Drone Wasn’t Made To Fly
- How About A Nice Cuppa TEA Laser?
- HAWT Wind Turbine Is Mostly 3D Printed
- Separation Between WiFi And Bluetooth Broken By The Spectra Co-Existence Attack
- Official Arduboy Upgrade Module Nears Competition
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