A weblog focused on interesting circuits, ideas, schematics and other information about microelectronics and microcontrollers.
A new prototype board for AVR 28-pin microcontrollers from Protostack.
A small computer, based on ATMega162, built by C64 lover Andre Klonz.
An older (2003), but still good circuit: Capacitance meter with AVR AT90S2313 by ELM.
TellyMate is a VT-52 compatible terminal display device that takes data from a RS-232 and outputs text to a TV screen, developed by guys from Batsocks.
A small frequency counter with a cheap PIC microcontroller and a few seven-segment LED digits with frequency range up to 50MHz.
Build your own Benito - an USB to Serial device based on AT90USB162.
Telit GM862 is a GPRS + GPS module with simple AT-based communication protocol. You can connect it to the Arduino in easy way.
Something nostalgic: QP/M is a time/date stamping and speedy CP/M 2.2 replacement that fits in the same memory space.
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Tengu-like device with 8x8 RG LED display.