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Combine the Si4844-A10 analog-tuned radio receiver with an Arduino to make a full-featured multiband radio. The idea of a single chip radio is intriguing. The prospect is especially interesting to me because, frankly, I envy the analog skills I associate…
Combine the Si4844-A10 analog-tuned radio receiver with an Arduino to make a full-featured multiband radio. The idea of a single chip radio is intriguing. The prospect is especially interesting to me because, frankly, I envy the analog skills I associate with building a radio receiver. When I browsed the circuit literature in the area, IRead More
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Clemens Valens @ elektormagazine.com discuss about a new IC substrate. He writes: A new, ultra-thin ceramic substrate with an ESD strength of up to 25 kV – more than three times higher than the standard 8 kV of state-of-the-art Zener diodes – also…
Clemens Valens @ elektormagazine.com discuss about a new IC substrate. He writes: A new, ultra-thin ceramic substrate with an ESD strength of up to 25 kV – more than three times higher than the standard 8 kV of state-of-the-art Zener diodes – also features a high thermal conductivity of 22 W/mK. This is three timesRead More
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Peggy Lee @ newelectronics.co.uk discuss about MURATA’s ultra thin supercapacitor. The DMH series from Murata is said to be the lowest profile supercapacitor. The product is designed for peak power assist duties in wearable applications and various other…
Peggy Lee @ newelectronics.co.uk discuss about MURATA’s ultra thin supercapacitor. The DMH series from Murata is said to be the lowest profile supercapacitor. The product is designed for peak power assist duties in wearable applications and various other devices. Measuring 20 x 20mm, the 0.4mm thick DMHA14R5V353M4ATA0 supercapacitor is claimed to be suitable for useRead More
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“limpkin” @ limpkin.fr wanted to program some thousand of MCUs so he decided to build his own programming bench. He writes: As you may know I started the Mooltipass offline password keeper project more than 2 years ago. Together with a team of volunteers…
“limpkin” @ limpkin.fr wanted to program some thousand of MCUs so he decided to build his own programming bench. He writes: As you may know I started the Mooltipass offline password keeper project more than 2 years ago. Together with a team of volunteers from all over the globe I created two Mooltipass devices which wereRead More
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pinko @ blog.exrockets.com has build a GPS receiver to FM radio based on PIC18LF2553. He writes: Today I made some modifications to this is a new project for a GPS to FM radio tracking device for rockets i.e. the V2. The initial design lacked the antenna…
pinko @ blog.exrockets.com has build a GPS receiver to FM radio based on PIC18LF2553. He writes: Today I made some modifications to this is a new project for a GPS to FM radio tracking device for rockets i.e. the V2. The initial design lacked the antenna impedance matching circuit which caused problems with the endRead More
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Arsenijs build a Pi-powered open-source mobile phone (that you can assemble for 50$ in parts). Currently, it costs about 50$ in parts, and all the parts are available on eBay. No BGA or other difficultly solderable ICs are used (with the obvious exception…
Arsenijs build a Pi-powered open-source mobile phone (that you can assemble for 50$ in parts). Currently, it costs about 50$ in parts, and all the parts are available on eBay. No BGA or other difficultly solderable ICs are used (with the obvious exception of Pi Zero). User interface is written using Python, and there’s aRead More
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In this video educ8s.tv reviews the ESP32, the successor of the popular ESP8266! Hello guys, I am Nick and welcome to educ8s.tv a channel that is all about DIY electronics projects with Arduino, Raspberry Pi, ESP8266 and other popular boards. You can…
In this video educ8s.tv reviews the ESP32, the successor of the popular ESP8266! Hello guys, I am Nick and welcome to educ8s.tv a channel that is all about DIY electronics projects with Arduino, Raspberry Pi, ESP8266 and other popular boards. You can subscribe to our channel by clicking on this button. Today I am veryRead More
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The board has been design around INA217 low distortion, low noise instrumentation amplifier. The INA217 is ideal for low-level audio signals such as balanced low-impedance microphones. Many industrial, instrumentation, and medical applications also…
The board has been design around INA217 low distortion, low noise instrumentation amplifier. The INA217 is ideal for low-level audio signals such as balanced low-impedance microphones. Many industrial, instrumentation, and medical applications also benefit from its low noise and wide bandwidth. Unique distortion cancellation circuitry reduces distortion to extremely low levels, even in high gain.Read More
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pinko @ blog.exrockets.com wanted to regulate the power to a resistive load so he decided to build a PWM power regulator based on PIC18LF2550. In order to synthesize chlorates and perchlorates in the home lab it is always good to have a way to regulate…
pinko @ blog.exrockets.com wanted to regulate the power to a resistive load so he decided to build a PWM power regulator based on PIC18LF2550. In order to synthesize chlorates and perchlorates in the home lab it is always good to have a way to regulate the current flowing through the electrolyte. Because the load isRead More
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Tibbo has a new list of tutorials on their website. Check them out: Quick jump to start NodeJS development on LTPS boards http://tibbo.com/linux/nodejs/before-you-begin.html LED Control From the Web Browser…
Tibbo has a new list of tutorials on their website. Check them out: Quick jump to start NodeJS development on LTPS boards http://tibbo.com/linux/nodejs/before-you-begin.html LED Control From the Web Browser http://tibbo.com/linux/nodejs/led-control-from-browser.html Two-way Control with Web and Button http://tibbo.com/linux/nodejs/two-way-control-web-button.html Simple Card-based Access Control http://tibbo.com/linux/nodejs/simple-card-based-acce...
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The project specifically designed for motor speed control application in appliances such as blenders, etc. Tact switches provided for selecting/indicating from 1 to 10 power levels ( Speed Levels).  The project is ideal for universal and shaded-pole motor…
The project specifically designed for motor speed control application in appliances such as blenders, etc. Tact switches provided for selecting/indicating from 1 to 10 power levels ( Speed Levels). The project is ideal for universal and shaded-pole motor speed control for modern appliances design. Eliminates awkward mechanical switch assemblies and multi-taped motor winding. Features 10Read More
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by gundolf @ instructables.com: Starting playing with Arduino seems simple enough. You can find all sorts of tutorials, instructables, wiring and code examples for pretty much every sensor, component, or module available. So far so good. But when the time…
by gundolf @ instructables.com: Starting playing with Arduino seems simple enough. You can find all sorts of tutorials, instructables, wiring and code examples for pretty much every sensor, component, or module available. So far so good. But when the time comes for building a more complex device, the troubles start. The tutorials for adding multipleRead More
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