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How to Make a Fish Pond

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You need a Suitable place for your Pond

I have placed my Pond in my Terrace.
Keep a lot of plants around the pond.
You can also make a pond in your Garden as well.

How to set the Pond :

Find a waste / unused Drum, cut it to a proper shape.In case there's any damage or crack, fix it with araldite / any silicon glue.Add Decorative like Buddha, Stones, Sea shells, etc...Add water plants.Add a fountain  to make it look better.Now here's the main part - Add some Fish!What Fish to Add?
This is the most important part. Add only calm and Semi Aggressive Fish. Koi.Molly.Guppy.Platy.Tiger barbs.Angelfish.Pleco.Goldfish.etc..What to Feed?
All these fish are Non - Vegans. Micro pelletsShrimp foodEarthworms and other worm food. (Live / frozen)Here's a video of how to make a Fish Pond!


Single Bit Wireless Data Transmission

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INTRO
This Article's about Transmitting Single bit Data from one end to another. We're using a 433 MHz Channel for the Data Transmission. For Multiple Channels we use an Encoder-Decoder Circuit.

For Easier Understanding Watch the Video.


COMPONENTS REQUIRED

Power Supply

  5 V DC for each Circuit.

  I used Raspberry and Arduino for Power Supply

Transmitter

433 MHz.

  Single bit Data Transmitter.




Receiver

433 MHz.

  Single bit Data Receptor.



Encoder

Used to convert single bit Data into Multiple Bits.




Decoder

Used to convert Multiple bits of Data into single Bit.



Bread Board



Jumper Wires

Male - Male
Male - Female
Female - Male


Push Type Switches

1D array switches.




 Circuit Connections
Transmitter




Receiver
Connect the Transmitter and the Receiver to the Encoder and Decoder as shown in the Circuit Diagram below.
Decoder
Encoder
OUTPUT
Power up the Circuit and Separa

Raspberry pi Camera

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How to Stream live video through a Raspberry Pi (Wireless)
Initiation : Make sure you have an OS(any Raspberry OS) installed on your SD card. Turn on your device establish a wireless internet connection to your device. 
You must purchase a Webcam or if you have one connect it to your device.
Turn ON the device.
Configuration :Login to your device through PuTTY. (Through PC)Now you need to install Camera Packages to your device.Click this link and follow the steps as given in the Website.mylifeup.com/raspberry-pi-webcam-server/
Now make sure the Indicator on the Webcam glows.
  Here's a video :



Output :  You can pick any smart device and type your Raspberry's IP address and Port number on Google Chrome or any other Web browser and you will be able to see the live video on the screen. (This is Possible only if your devices are connected on the same Network)