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DIY: How To Make a Variable Lab Bench Power Supply

In this video you will learn how to make a variable lab bench power supply. Its a great DIY project for beginners as well as any one interested in Electronics. For...

SCADA Basics: An Overview of Automatic Control Systems

SCADA relates to software which is used to control hardware and acquire data from these devices. When we break it down to essentials, we have Supervisory control and data acquisition, which...
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How To: Charge Your Cell phone with a Fan

In this video, the author is trying to make a system that will allow him to charge a cell phone with a fan. Courtesy: kipkay  
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Working of a MOSFET

Metal-Oxide Semiconductor Field-Effect Transistors (MOSFETs) are responsible for the electronic revolution that happens all around us. MOSFET is an electrically driven switch, which allows and prevents a flow of current, without...
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How to use MQTT protocol with ESP8266 12E

Video: How to use MQTT protocol with ESP8266 12E (Controlling appliances over Internet using your smartphone) Description: This video will let you know about the most used transport protocol i.e. MQTT protocol. And...
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DIY: 8-Bit Breadboard Computer

In this video, the presenter is going to show you how he built an 8-bit single-instruction breadboard computer Courtesy: Julian Ilett
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Working Of A Crystal Radio

In this video, the presenter is going to explain about working of a Crystal Radio. He starts with a demonstration of all the parts in action, showing how the radio waves...
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Tutorial: Buck Converter vs. Linear Voltage Regulator

In this video author is comparing in practice a buck converter with LM7805 linear voltage regulator. Here is the showdown buck converter vs linear voltage regulator. In the video: Why & when...
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Arduino Projects: Sending SMS using GSM Module

In this project, the author is going to construct a system using a Arduino Development board and GSM module. He connects a switch/sensor to the Arduino board along with the GSM...
Geolocation using ESP8266

Location using ESP8266 | Geolocation Without GPS Module

Yes it's possible to get the location with just our tiny little ESP8266 board. We don't need anything other then ESP board not even GPS module to get our live co-ordinates....

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