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Thermometer based on ICL7136 A/D convertor and LCD.
Decoding DTMF (Dual Tone Multi frequency) with MT8870 chip and AVR x2313 microcontroller.
This EEPROM programmer reads, writes and erases I²C 24C EEPROM devices through a PC serial port (RS-232) interface.
The idea of this project is to control (switch off/on) two power sockets with a computer by using its USB port.
With this small board you can program most of the AVR ATTiny microcontrollers or you can build your projects to use it in a stand alone application. It can be powered with a 9V battery because it has 5V voltage regulator on it.
An inexpensive, simple input/output device to connect your computer to the real world by Brian Schmalz.
This is an inexpensive DIY MIDI controller device for USB. It consists of a simple AVR ATMega16 with driver software from Objective Development ().
This project is an attempt to build a portable electronic stethoscope that selectively
amplifies body sound signals for clear auscultation by applying various digital filters
using Microchip dsPIC capabilities along with Microchip’s low noise op-amps and PGA.
An LPC2138 microcontroller generates the VGA signals that drive the monitor as well as the graphics and fonts. The microcontroller also handles a keyboard, a mouse and some storage memory.
Some techniques to connect AVR-based device to USB without a specialized HW, just only in the SW way.