Arduino Based Real-Time Oscilloscope

Arduino Based Real-Time Oscilloscope The Oscilloscope is one of the most important tools you will find on the workbench of any electronics engineer or maker. It is primarily used for viewing waveform and determining voltage levels, frequency, noise and other parameters of signals applied at its input that might change over time. It is also used by embedded software developers for code debugging and technici ...

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Controlling Arduino with Raspberry Pi using pyFirmata

Controlling Arduino with Raspberry Pi using pyFirmata Although Raspberry Pi and Arduino are two different hardware in terms of their applications and structure, but they both are considered as two competing open source hardware platforms. They both have very strong community and support. Today we will slightly change things, and show you how we can take advantage of both of them. If you have both Arduino an ...

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HANDMADE MEMBRANE KEYPAD, AND THE ARDUINO APPLICATION

The author has done a beautiful job with handmade membrane is quite an original view is a little tricky, but it works in the prototype experiments, a thin copper foil pieces of the paper... Electronics Projects,Handmade membrane keypad, and the Arduino application "arduino projects, microcontroller projects, " The author has done a beautiful job with handmade membrane is quite an original view is a little t ...

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PicoDuino = Digispak + RGB LED + Button + Relay Driver

Hardware components: Atmel ATTiny85 × 1 DigiSpark × 1 Software apps and online services: Arduino IDE   STORY StartFragment How to get FREE board Order 1pc Picoduino board Create project max. 30 days from order Write project steps on instructables ... Include link to my store Ebay or Tindie Write my message with link I refund your order with shipping to your paypall Bootloader - Micronucleus t85 variant ...

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DIY Programmable (SCPI) Bench Power Supply

Hardware components: Arduino Due × 1 LTC3864 × 2 Texas Instruments TL783 × 2 Texas Instruments REF5025 × 2 Texas Instruments DAC8552 × 2 ADG465 × 2 Texas Instruments TS5A9411 × 2 Texas Instruments ADS1120 × 2 Texas Instruments Quad Comparator × 2 Texas Instruments TLC5925 × 1 Silicon Labs Si8641EC-B-IS1 × 2 Silicon Labs SI8651EC-B-IS1 × 2 Texas Instruments LD1117ADT33TR × 1 NXP PCA21125 × 1 Atmel AT25256B × ...

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ESP32 With Arduino IDE

Christmas 2015 yours truly was one of the lucky few in the world to receive the ESP32 for experimenting. The board was not assembled, and it was quite intimidating to assemble the board with just a fine tip solder. The experiment is documented at this URL: https://www.instructables.com/id/Beginners-ESP32-Gu... This afternoon, yours truly came across the Arduino Core for ESP32 on github URL here: https://git ...

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LTD SMRT Project (Safe Monitored Rider Transit)

The proposed new LTD public transportation system uses people counters on the bus system to get an accurate measure of rider tendencies across different routes at specific times. Each bus will be equipped with two sensors which will generate numeric data no larger than 4 bytes of memory at any given time. The data will then be wirelessly transferred to LTD headquarters once per minute. Having this informati ...

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DIY Low Cost Arduino Mobile Development Platform

I have wanted to build my own robot for awhile now. But after many tried and failed attempts, I was losing hope that may ever happen. I discovered that there wasn't a small, robust, super easy to add-on to, robot that was within my budget to get. After hours of research and many robot kits later, i decided to build one from scratch. This includes building the base and electronics myself. I was always a fan ...

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ZIF socket Arduino-compatible board

In this tutorial we make an Arduino-compatible board that holds the microcontroller in a ZIF socket. Updated 18/03/2013 Today we are going to make a different type of Arduino-compatible board, one that has a ZIF (“zero insertion force”) socket. Our reason for making this is simple – now and again you may need to program more than one bootrom with a sketch, for example if you were planning to make your own e ...

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How To Make a Simple Variable Frequency Generator Using Arduino

A frequency generator is a very handy device in electronic design, development, testing and trouble shooting. It is such a kind of device which can generate the required frequencies which can be then applied directly to the target device for testing it. There are frequency generators which can generate the required waveform like sine wave, saw tooth wave etc. but for normal applications the square wave gene ...

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Lambda Calculus in a Can using Arduino

You can get soup in a can. You can get bread in a can (*). Now the long wait is over! You can finally get Lambda Calculus in a can. Project LambdaCan is an amusing exercise in absurdity. It implements a reducer (interpreter) for the Lambda Calculus, a formal system (programming language) developed by Alonzo Church in the 1930's to attack the deepest mathematical problem of the day. This was the Entscheidung ...

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Fritzing – The Ultimate Tool For Sketching Out Electronics Projects [Cross Platform]

Despite sounding like an alcopop, Fritzing is actually an incredible bit of free software you can use to create circuit and component diagrams for use with rapid-protoyping electronics boards such as the fantastic open-source Arduino. As such, it’s open source too, entirely cross platform and well supported – you can almost guarantee that it can be used on any Arduino project to show you how to wire things ...

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