Presented here is a simple locker security alarm that can be used to protect a locker from unauthorised access. The circuit is low-cost and forms a fool-proof alarm that receives its control signal from a standard reed switch. The... » read more
There is nothing new about computer-interfaced science experiments, but how often do you come across an experiment platform that costs as low as Rs 3000? Inter University Accelerator Centre (IUAC) has developed one such framework ... » read more
Students from an engineering institute have developed the prototype of an unmanned ground vehicle that can navigate across territories in an emergency response operation. Different sensors can be plugged in it as per the user̵... » read more
With the ever-increasing demand for power, industry experts say the solar industry in India is still in its infancy. This story covers the scope for a career in the power electronics area of solar industry, including skills expect... » read more
In the two years since its release, the Raspberry Pi has literally gone places - from reaching near-space in a balloon to crossing the Atlantic. Let us take a look at the latest slew of crazy innovations powered by this little boa... » read more
How can you tell if someone is telling you the truth? Well for starters, you can build this breadboard circuit. It measures galvanic skin response -- if you get emotionally stimulated, an LED will light up. » read more
Equipped with wireless and mobile connectivity, standards and platforms, artificial intelligence and machine learning, Web services and service-oriented architecture, etc, industrial automation has at last connected the factory to... » read more
What are the fundamental design elements of any wearable electronics device? What kind of challenges are faced while designing these fundamental elements?
Listen to Anshuman Singh and Shuvadeep Sarkar, as they answer to these q... » read more
In-circuit testers are transforming into all-in-one electrical test controllers. The latest ICTs can be used for not only manufacturing defects but also to test functional failures, and even parametric testing » read more
Tutorial on making LEDs blink using Arduino microcontroller platform. Very easy demo for beginners. Link to code below.
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This design idea outlines a method to use an analogue switch and discrete components to reduce the power dissipated in relay actuation. We introduced a power-saving relay-driver circuit for a 12V relay in May issue. Presented here... » read more
Emotiv is on the cutting edge of that technology with headgear that allows you to do things, such as make a toy car whiz by or help a quadriplegic mix music like a DJ using just their brain power. It works by scanning your brain f... » read more
We caught up with Marcus Erlandsson from ORSoC on the significance of Open hardware, the OpenCores journey, the business case behind it, how it is benefiting engineers worldwide, and more business and technical doubts that commonl... » read more
Bjorn Sjodin, VP, product management, COMSOL Inc. and Vineet Dravid, managing director, COMSOL India, spoke about the relevance of multiphysics in the field of electronics, product capabilities and its efficiencies. » read more
VLSI technology will be propelled by wireless and multimedia communications for the next ten years, which will give the Indian VLSI/ ASIC designing industry a fillip. So secure your job, position and moolah in this sector. » read more
Engineering graduates having a management degree are perfect for project management, front-end sales, field applications and customer facing jobs. However, if an organisation is innovation hungry, pure engineering with master̵... » read more
The RSA306 USB Spectrum Analyzer delivers full-featured spectrum analysis with 9 kHz to 6.2 GHz frequency coverage at half the cost of a standard solution.
It's compact, weighs just 1.3 pounds, takes little space on your bench... » read more