A weblog focused on interesting circuits, ideas, schematics and other information about microelectronics and microcontrollers.
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This project was begun as a response to build simple ISO9141-2/14230-4 ELM323 compatible USB adapter for On Board Diagnostic (OBD2) monitoring.
Standalone AVR Music Player "Sound Bug".
The handy Butterfly GPS is a cost-effective system that presents location, date, and time data on its LCD. The system features an ATmega169 and a highly sensitive GPS receiver engine board based on the SiRF chipset.
If you are thinking to move on DSP, maybe dsPIC microcontrollers can be a good start as they have DSP engine built in that allows fast multiply and divide operations with arrays.
This project is a basis for developing microcontroller applications connected to an ethernet network.
The MMC-FAT Bootloader project bridges the "bootstrap gap" for an arbitrary set of target hardware that follows a streaming serial bootloading protocol. It connects to an MMC disk through the ATmega168’s SPI by using the MMC bus protocol’s SPI mode. It connects to the target device through the ATmega168’s USART interface.
Terminal with ATmega8, RS232 interface and TV out by Vasilis Serasidis.
This project is a short range, infrared and ultrasonic scanner that uses a standard hobby servo to move the sensors and a color LCD screen to display the information from the sensors.
Simple and cheap graphic game system with LCD from Nokia cellphone.