A weblog focused on interesting circuits, ideas, schematics and other information about microelectronics and microcontrollers.
This is an example that demonstration how to control stepper motor via USB interface.
The CUI provides the necessary electronics to capture sensor input or control actuator output.
Some old software from MICROCode for your CP/M computers
Another FORTH implementation - this one is for Propeller chip.
MIDI, or Musical Instrument Digital Interface, is a specification for a communications protocol between digital synthesizers and other digital music devices. It was developed to be as simple and general as possible, to give synthesizer manufacturers as much flexibility as possible, yet still have their instruments talk to each other without communication problems. Here is a simple circuit for MIDI output that works well with Wiring or Arduino, the PIC microcontrollers, the BS-2, and the BASIC ATOM Pro24.
The AES block cipher on AVR controllers
The library is written in C language and compiled with C30 compiler for the dsPIC family.
The M2Eth-Board is a circuit to connect our PIC to an Ethernet network
Amforth is a compact forth interpreter and compiler for the atmel avr atmega microcontroller family which is implemented in assembly language and amforth itself. It is an interactive system running completly on the controller. It does not need additional hardware beyond a power supply.
An AVR-based small test application which implements read and write support for MMC, SD and SDHC cards.