servo motor interfacing with 8051 using keil compiler

servo motor interfacing WITH 8051 MICROCONTROLLER: This article is about interfacing of servo motor with 8051 microcontroller. You will learn how to interface and control this motor using 8051 microcontroller. Servo motors are used in robotics, embedded systems and industries because they are very precise and reliable. They are used to operate remote control toy cars, airplanes or robots. Their motion can b ...

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Rohde & Schwarz optimizes power supplies for educational applications

The new R&S NGE100B power supply series is particularly easy and safe to operate. The robust instruments have galvanically isolated channels and safety binding posts. The color-coding of the channels provides a quick overview. The power supplies are compact, quiet and can optionally be remotely controlled via WLAN, a unique feature for instruments in the under EUR 1000 price class. The new power supply ...

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NB-IoT module ready for 3GPP Rel 14 and 5G

The multi‑band SARA‑N3 is globally configurable for operation under any NB‑IoT network.   Thalwil, Switzerland – November 27, 2018 – u‑blox (SIX:UBXN), a global provider of leading positioning and wireless communication technologies, has today announced the SARA‑N3, a multi‑band NB‑IoT module that supports a preliminary set of 3GPP Release 14 features (LTE Cat NB2). The SARA‑N3 is available in two variants: ...

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NEW TEKTRONIX AFG31000 SERIES ARBITRARY FUNCTION GENERATORS

Tektronix, Inc., a leading worldwide provider of measurement solutions, announced that it has redefined the arbitrary/function generator (AFG) with the introduction of the AFG31000 series. A completely new design, the AFG31000 features many key firsts including the industry’s largest touchscreen and new user interface that will delight engineers and researchers who need to generate increasingly complex test ...

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I²CDRIVER – AN EASY-TO-USE TOOL FOR CONTROLLING I²C DEVICES

I²CDriver is an easy-to-use, open source tool for controlling I²C devices. It works with Windows, Mac, and Linux, and has a built-in color screen that shows a live “dashboard” of all the I²C activity. It uses a standard FTDI USB serial chip to talk to the PC, so no special drivers need to be installed. The board includes a separate 3.3 V supply with voltage and current monitoring. I²C is Everywhere It’s in ...

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TELEDYNE LECROY T3DSO1000 SERIES OSCILLOSCOPES

Teledyne LeCroy T3DSO1000 Oscilloscopes are a 2- and 4-channel series of high-speed waveform-capturing devices. The robust T3DSO1000 series can capture up to 400,000wfm/s (in sequence mode), using a 7-inch TFT-LCD to display 256-level, intensity-grading results at 800×480 pixels. This family of oscilloscopes features 100MHz and 200MHzmodels, a digital intelligent trigger system, security erase mode, pass/fa ...

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MINATURE OPTICAL GYROSCOPE IS SMALLER THAN A GRAIN OF RICE

Gyroscopes are present in virtually any modern electronic gadget. They reused in a host of techs, like cell phones, vehicles, drones and wearables. The gyroscopes used presently in our phones will most likely be MEMS-based. Caltech has gone some extra miles, by successfully developing a new type of gyroscope that is 500 times smaller and 30 times more sensitive than the MEMS version. This research was publi ...

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TEXAS INSTRUMENTS’S LMR14010A STEP-DOWN CONVERTER

Texas Instruments’ 4 V to 40 V, 1 A converter features high-efficiency Eco-mode™ at light loads Texas Instruments’s LMR14010A is a pulse-width modulated (PWM), DC-to-DC, buck (step-down) regulator that features a wide input range of 4 V to 40 V, suitable for a wide range of applications from industrial to automotive. An ultra-low 1 µA shutdown current prolongs the battery life. The fixed operating frequency ...

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ONION OMEGA2 PRO – A TINY, OPEN SOURCE LINUX DEV BOARD

A tiny, open source, plug-and-play Linux dev board with Wi-Fi and lots of storage. Meet Omega2 Pro, the most powerful Omega yet. The Omega2 Pro is the next generation of our highly successful Omega2 and the most powerful IoT computer we’ve made yet. It is a standalone device – the processor, memory, gigabytes of storage, and Wi-Fi radio are all built-in, and it’s smaller than a breadboard. The storage is pr ...

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HOMEMADE DAFT PUNK HELMET

You may not be French, and you may not have had a series of hit records, but you can still have the blinky LED helmet, thanks to this build from [Electronoobs]. They have put together a neat Daft Punk helmet built from 3D printed parts, an Arduino, a Bluetooth module, a string of WS2812 addressable LEDs and a simple app. The helmet itself is 3D printed, and the Arduino, Bluetooth, and battery are mounted in ...

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VOICE CONTROLLED CAMERA FOR JOURNALIST IN NEED

Before going into the journalism program at Centennial College in Toronto, [Carolyn Pioro] was a trapeze performer. Unfortunately a mishap in 2005 ended her career as an aerialist when she severed her spinal cord,  leaving her paralyzed from the shoulders down. There’s plenty of options in the realm of speech-to-text technology which enables her to write on the computer, but when she tried to find a commerc ...

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AUTOMATIC SOAP DISPENSER HIDES ARDUINO BOARD

If you’ve been hanging out here at Hackaday for awhile, you’ve certainly seen projects that were based around the concept of putting a miniature computer inside the carcass of some other piece of electronics. In fact at this point it’s something of a running joke, certainly we must have seen an Arduino or Raspberry Pi shoehorned into every type of consumer gadget ever built by this point. But if you thought ...

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