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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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Compare: Microwire, SPI and I2C

A handy and cute summarize of the most often used serial interfaces: SPI, I2C and Microwire

Programming Stuff

Homebrew JTAG interface for the MSP430, the AVR or the CPLDs? In-Circuit Debugger for the Microchip's PIC? The GAL programmer? No problem!

USB interface chips

If you need an USB interface for your circuit, try to use Delcom's external one.

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The site was moved to the new hosting and it is hosted by GoDaddy now. I hope everything went OK and no errors occures.

Using TQFP ICs in homebrew constructions

Every hobbyist can work with IC in the DIL (or SOIC) package without any bigger problems. But modern ICs, especially microcontrollers and processors, are in the TQFP/LQFP package. How we can handle with them?

The Beginners Basics: How to identify Electronic Components

Have a look at the article Identifying Electronic Components external on the uCHobby.com external. There is almost complete guide to identifying components found on older PCBs or discarded electronics you can recycle and use.

Homebrew computer

Dennis Kuschel is another guy builds his very own computer from a scratch. It is really interesting piece of hardware...

DIY: Z80 homebrew computer

Are you interested in old 8-bit computers? Build your own one! Hans Summers person shows how to do it!

What is this all about?

Hello, let me introduce myself a little...

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