MCP3008 8-Channel 10-bit ADC IC

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The MCP3008 is an 8-Channel 10-bit ADC IC, so it can measure 8 different analog voltage with a resolution of 10-bit. It measures the value of analog voltage from 0-1023 and sends the value to a microcontroller or microprocessor through SPI communication.

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Stand-alone programming AVRs using CircuitPython

https://learn.adafruit.com

This guide will show you how to turn any CircuitPython powered board with 4+ GPIO pins into an AVR progammer all on its own. No software like avrdude is needed, this software will program the chip all on its own, just drag the HEX file onto the CircuitPython disk drive.

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Created by Jayant 5 weeks 1 day ago – Made popular 5 weeks 1 day ago
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Fingerprint Attendance System

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By using fingerprint sensor, the system will become more secure for the users. Following sections explains technical details of making a fingerprint based biometric attendance system using Arduino.

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Created by Jayant 1 year 5 days ago – Made popular 1 year 5 days ago
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How to Use AT commands with ESP8266

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ESP8266 is a wifi transceiver module with an inbuilt microcontroller. In this tutorial we will learn How to use AT commands to operate ESP8266 Wi-Fi Transceiver module.

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Created by Jayant 1 year 13 weeks ago – Made popular 1 year 13 weeks ago
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PIC 16F917 Microcontroller Programmer

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In this instructable , I 'll show you how to build a PIC 16F917Microcontroller programming circuit. This Microcontroller is a very nice Microcontroller chip form the famous chip manufacturer Microchip.

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Created by Jayant 1 year 27 weeks ago – Made popular 1 year 27 weeks ago
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PIC Microcontroller Projects and Tutorials

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This PIC microcontroller section covers some interesting PIC microcontroller projects as well as a PIC tutorial series to help you getting started with PIC microcontrollers and Embedded systems.

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Created by Jayant 1 year 27 weeks ago – Made popular 1 year 27 weeks ago
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IoT : Androino Doorlock

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Do you ever leave your key under doormat or other hidden place so another family member can open the door?

or when you arrive at your office and realize your door hasn't been locked.

what if another person open your door using the key that you leave.

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Created by Jayant 1 year 41 weeks ago – Made popular 1 year 41 weeks ago
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Simple IoT Projects

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These are some interesting internet of things projects and tutorials for beginners. These projects are based on Raspberry Pi, Arduino, ESP8266 etc.

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Created by Jayant 1 year 41 weeks ago – Made popular 1 year 41 weeks ago
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8051 Graphic LCD Interfacing

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In this project a Graphical LCD is interfaced with 8051 microcontroller. Here we have shown how to Display an Image on Graphical LCD (GLCD).

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Created by Jayant 2 years 4 weeks ago – Made popular 2 years 4 weeks ago
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ADC0808 Interfacing with 8051 Microcontroller

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ADC is the Analog to Digital converter, which converts analog data into digital format; usually it is used to convert analog voltage into digital format. Analog signal has infinite no of values like a sine wave or our speech, ADC converts them into particular levels or states, which can be measured in numbers as a physical quantity.

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Created by Jayant 2 years 27 weeks ago – Made popular 2 years 27 weeks ago
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Bluetooth Controlled Home Automation using 8051

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Imagine that you can control the electronic appliances of your home from anywhere inside the house, just using your Smart phone. Today we will use wireless Bluetooth technology to control the Home Electronic Appliances through a Android Phone.

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Created by Jayant 2 years 31 weeks ago – Made popular 2 years 31 weeks ago
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Cell Phone Controlled Robot using 8051 Microcontroller

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In this project we are going to build a cell phone controlled robot using 8051 microcontroller. Cell phone controlled robot runs over mobile DTMF technology. DTMF stands for Dual Tone Multiple Frequency. There are some frequencies that we use to create DTMF tones. In simple words by adding or mixing two or more frequencies we generate DTMF tone.

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Created by Jayant 2 years 40 weeks ago – Made popular 2 years 40 weeks ago
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RFID Based Attendance System Project

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In this RFID based Attendance System project, we will explain you how can we count attendance automatically by using RFID cards. RFID Tecnology (Radio Frequency Identification and Detection) is commonly used in schools, colleges, office and stations for various purposes to automatically keep a track of people. Here we will count the attendance of an authorised person by using RFID.

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Created by Jayant 2 years 42 weeks ago – Made popular 2 years 42 weeks ago
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Alarm Clock using AVR Microcontroller

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In this project we are going to design a simple Alarm clock using ATMEGA32 timers. ATmega32A microcontroller has a 16 bit timer, and we will be using that timer to count the seconds and develop a digital clock.

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Created by Jayant 3 years 2 days ago – Made popular 3 years 2 days ago
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Heartbeat Counter using MSP430

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Here is my project on counting the heart beats using an MSP430G2553, and a dual op amp ic, LM358, i think any other dual op amp can work in its place [to be sure, just check the pinouts before replacement.

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Created by Jayant 3 years 4 weeks ago – Made popular 3 years 4 weeks ago
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8255 PROGRAMABLE PERIPHERAL INTERFACE

http://www.npeducations.com

The 8255 is a programmable, parallel I/O device simply called PPI.
It can be programmed to transfer data in various modes of I/O.
It provides 24 I/O pins that can be grouped into three 8 bit parallel ports: PORT A, PORT B and PORT C.

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Created by Jayant 3 years 4 weeks ago – Made popular 3 years 4 weeks ago
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Servo Motor Interfacing with 8051

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We can rotate servo motors to any particular angle. They are available in wide range, form high torque motor to low torque motors. In this tutorial we are going to interface a servo motor to 8051 microcontroller (AT89S52).

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Created by Jayant 3 years 5 weeks ago – Made popular 3 years 5 weeks ago
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Keypad Interfacing with 8051

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Keypads are widely used input devices being used in various electronics and embedded projects. They are used to take inputs in the form of numbers and albhabets, and feed the same into system for further processing. In this tutorial we are going to interface a 4x4 matrix keypad with 8051 microcontroller.

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Created by Jayant 3 years 5 weeks ago – Made popular 3 years 5 weeks ago
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INFRARED TRACKING SYSTEM USING ATMEGA32

http://atmega32-avr.com

Our project is an infrared (IR) tracking system. A beacon, placed on the object to be tracked, continuously emits infrared signals in all directions. The signals coming from the beacon are detected by 2 IR receivers mounted on 2 stepper motors, which rotate independently and are in separate locations.

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Created by Jayant 3 years 5 weeks ago – Made popular 3 years 5 weeks ago
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Connecting Piezo Speaker to ATmega32 Microcontroller

http://www.petervis.com

An ATMega32 sound generator code is extremely simple to implement. Almost any GPIO pin can drive a piezo buzzer, and the output quality is fine for producing some beeps. The code shown here is the simplest one I remember using basic physics, and since it does not use PWM it could be implemented on almost any microcontroller.

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Created by Jayant 3 years 5 weeks ago – Made popular 3 years 5 weeks ago
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