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Presented here is a red, green and blue or RGB colour generator using AT89C2051 microcontroller (MCU). This is a simple and low-cost circuit for a multiple colour generator that can be built easily with a few additional components. The...
Looking for some microcontroller based projects to work on? Check out this list and let us know which ones you like. 1. Microcontroller-Based Tachometer A tachometer is nothing but a simple electronic digital transducer. Normally, it is used for measuring the...
These days most audio systems come with remote controllers. However, no such facility is provided for normal audio amplifiers. Such audio controllers are not available even in kit form. This article presents an infrared (IR) remote controlled digital audio...
The 8051 microcontroller is one of the most popular general-purpose microcontrollers in use. They can be easily programmed using 8051 assembly language. This presentation includes all informative notes/tutorial on 8051 microcontroller. Various features of 8051 microcontroller are: 8-bit CPU 16-bit...
This article discusses the criteria for selecting the right microcontroller (MCU) for different embedded applications. It also discusses the design challenges and system limitations of MCUs in embedded applications. Microcontroller application in home appliance industry The home appliance industry uses 8/16/32-bit...
A wired water-level indicator uses many wires, whose resistance increases as their length increases. A wireless water level indicator using microcontroller (MCU) is costly and not very easy to program. Presented here is a low-cost wireless water level indicator...
PIC-Microcontroller programming based on Mikro C IDE. PIC-MICROCONTROLLER TUTORIALS FOR BEGINNERS from vishnukp660
Mouser Electronics, announces the availability of the new Intel Quark microcontroller, designed for Internet of Things (IoT) architectures and applications. The Intel Quark microcontroller D2000 is a low-power, battery-operated, 32-bit microcontroller with a more robust instruction set than other entry-level...
A microcontroller (MCU) designed for development by software engineers is not a bad idea. Considering that the current system design team mix at many design houses has a good share of computer science engineers, this could easily bring down...