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Is there way to wirelessly connect a arduino drone‘s camera?

Is there way to wirelessly connect a arduino drone‘s camera and stream to a set device from 10 km away?
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Have ESP8266 read 'text/event-stream` from flask in single request

I have a route in Flask which serves an event-stream: @app.route('/input/<string:blah>') def index(blah): def generate_random_data(): while True: r = random.random() * ...
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How to read shiftOut function using arduino

(I'm sorry for my bad English, but I will do my best) I have a Chinese MUC which already programmed. It communicates with a LED driver chip using three wires (STB,CLK,DIN). (LED driver controls 16 ...
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Create New Serial Class Inheriting from Stream

How should I inherit from Stream, for creating a new class MySerial able to be initialized from a Stream0 instance?. The error so far is: "cannot declare variable 'mySerial' to be of abstract type '...
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Unusual use of << operator… not a bit shift?

Poking through the example code of SDFS, I saw the following: static ArduinoOutStream cout(Serial); // F stores strings in flash to save RAM cout << F("\ntype any character to start\n"); What ...
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Can Arduino accept HDMI input video stream, and output it without any modification to the video?

I'd like to know please whether an Arduino can accept an HDMI signal from a satellite receiver, let it flow without any modification to the stream, and output it to TV?
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Is it possible to print a custom object by passing it to Serial.print()?

I googled about it, but can't find the answer. As I would guess I would have to inherit from the Print class and somehow pass to its print methods the part of my object I would like to be printed. But ...
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Help understanding Print::write()--it calls write()--where is write() defined? Help reading code

I'm writing a new serial library (eRCaGuy_Peer2Peer) to allow any 2 pins on an Arduino to be used for peer-to-peer type communication between Arduinos, withOUT interrupts or timers/counters. ...