Costs of contributing as a school project?

I bought my kit earlier this year, full kit for H-field only, including ferrites, was about 200 euros, shipped from Germany. That included all components, PCBs, GPS antenna, etc. All i added were STP cables and housings.

To go completely off the board topic, but still on yours, I work for a large UK corporate and we run an educational outreach programme aimed at getting kids started in coding (although not in your part of the world, sorry!). We use Arduino-powered robots with things like obstacle sensors, line followers, ultrasonics, etc. Relatively inexpensive but great for "instant feedback". Definitely worth considering for a STEM programme.
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RE: Costs of contributing as a school project? - by Andrew.Instone-Cowie - 2014-08-10, 19:54

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