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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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Microchip announces new chips

Some new products from Microchip.

Your own homebrewed OLED

How to make your own OLED (organic LED) in a home laboratory?

Five Electronics Tools You Might Not Know About

You've got your wire strippers and your soldering iron...now what? You probably know that there is a standard set of essential tools that you need on your electronics workbench.

DIY: USB sound card

An easy-to-built sound card with TI's PCM2702 chip.

How to Identify Electronics Components, part two: SMD

The big problem with the parts harvesting is to identify parts. Especially the tiny SMD ones, only with one or two letters on the case.

Laser Display

Build your own laser display by two mirrors, two motors to move the mirrors, a laser pointer, and a PIC microcontroller with serial input.

Using the GALs

A couple of links for lightweight reading about one of the simplest programming logic chips. With my schematics and GAL programming tool.

Looking for fast FLASH replacement? Try NVSRAM!

FLASH chips are cheap and well-known. But there are many applications you can use the Non-Volatile Static RAM, shortly NVSRAM.

Octopart - a partlist widget for your pages

Octopart external provides rich embeddable part list widget you can use together with your project pages.

Looking for some circuit?

If you're looking for some circuit for your project, try use the CircuitScout external, a specialised circuit diagram search engine. Try to start searching for circuits here instead of Google next time... :)

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