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A weblog focused on interesting circuits, ideas, schematics and other information about microelectronics and microcontrollers.




Because I have not tested all electronic circuits mentioned on this pages, I cannot attest to their accuracy; therefore, I do not provide a warranty of any kind and cannot be held responsible in any manner.

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Building a PIC18F USB device

A step-by-step tutorial about creating a PIC18Fxx5x-based USB device.

Embedded Filesystems Library

A solution for memory cards etc. - an universal FS library in the C language.

SIDstick: vintage tunes in your pocket

The SIDstick is a pocket-sized chiptunes player from Gadget Gangster.

Image: Gadget Gangster web

NXP kit: MicropendousX

Open Hardware Development Board for Cortex-M3.

Photo from MicropendousX pages

USBTiny Mkii Programmer

LUFA-powered programmer which emulates AVRISP-MKII. It works with AVR Studio and AVRDude.

Photo: Tom_L

Super simple AVR ISP USB programmer

An in-system programmer for AVR microcontrollers built with ATTiny44 with virtual USB firmware.

Breadboard CP/M

A simple CP/M system fits in breadboard nowadays. Look at Grant's Work-in-progress version.

Photo: Grant Searle


Core3duino is, believe it or not, three-core "Arduino cluster" in the form "an addon shield to a shield".

Picture: Instructables.com

FLIRT - Friendly Little Interrupt Tasker

An attempt to simulate preemptive multithreading on 8bit MCUs.

Yaler: access small devices from the Web

Yaler aims to provide a simple, open and scalable relay infrastructure for the Web of Things - i.e. simple embedded devices ("things") accessible via Web (e.g. browsers).

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