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Introduction This project describes how to make the alarm clock radio in Arduino. The main feature of this project is that it will display date, time, will Alarm on the desired time and it has a function of radio too....
This low-cost portable spectrum analyser can be used to analyse the frequency content of input signals up to 5kHz. Frequency spectrum of an input signal possesses vital information, and the same has been employed for various applications ranging from...
This marvelous innovation with great features and benefits is not just a boon for novice DIY programmers, but also an example of AI put to the right use. It is quite fascinating to come up with an electronics DIY project...
Nowadays, electronics is being increasingly used in clothing, making them smart and at the same time, fashionable as well. So, we have decided to incorporate electronics into our shoes that can provide data with respect to our fitness such...
Tiny yet powerful, these boards are some of the best for designing wearables for fitness monitoring    In this hectic lifestyle, we take all measures to stay healthy. To keep track of our fitness, we often resort to buy expensive wearables....
In order to not forget confidential details such as login IDs, passwords, bank account number etc. we often note them down on a document for future references. But it not safe to write these things down on paper as...
Noise pollution is a growing problem in modern cities, thanks to rapid population growth, urbanisation and new technologies. Moreover, at times, a noisy neighbour or co-worker can drive you crazy and affect your well-being. Talking loudly is an annoying habit...
We all know how it feels to be stuck in a helpless situation and the stress it causes. Imagine being encountered by a dangerous person trying to harm you and there is no way for you to call for...
“Ting-Ting-Ting” - We are all familiar with that sound of school bell which rang before morning assembly, lunch break and at the end of the day. These bells are often operated manually. There are some electronic bells available out...
Presented here is an Arduino-based noise/sound level monitor that displays sound levels in decibels (dB) and corresponding voltage levels on an LCD. A noise monitoring system is used in many applications such as healthcare, defence, mining, robotics and so...