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GSM GPS module shield for Arduino using atmega

Shield for Arduino designed and based on the module GSM/GPRS SIM900 or the GSM/GPRS & GPS module SIM908, to make calls, voice and data connections via GPRS  allow maximum customization and provide many configurations. With a microphone and a headset with a 3.5 mm jack (just the standard headphones for computers), you can make a voice call from …

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Controller board schematic (1)

The Word Clock – Arduino version using ATMega168 microcontroller

Major updates – A much better enclosure for this clock has been designed – check out http://www.instructables.com/id/The-Wordclock-Grew-Up/ Last month I wanted to build a special gift for my beautiful wife, Megan.  She has a teaching background in English, so what better present to make for her than a clock that uses language to tell the time for her desk …

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Binary Clock

Arduino Powered Binary Clock using ATmega168 microcontroller

This instructable will help you to build an Arduino Binary Clock.  The orignial idea for this instructable was designed by Daniel Andrade.  My instructable uses surface mount components, but can easily be adapted to through-hole components if you wish.  You can follow my other Instructable for Building Your Own Arduino to get started. I would encourage you to …

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RFM12B Part 1 Hardware Overview

RFM12B – Part 1 – Hardware Overview Using Arduino

To see how RFM12B wireless compares to other similar wireless options (e.g Xbee, XRF etc..) check out this well compiled comparison overview by Stuart Poulton: http://blog.homelabs.org.uk/wireless-connectivity/. Overview Made by Hope RF, re-branded by RFsolutions in the UK. Sometimes called ‘Alpha RF’ Low cost RF transceiver (from Rapid, Farnell, or RS in the UK) Up to 300m transmission Up …

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Radiometrix NTX2B Transmitter

Linking an Arduino to a Radiometrix NTX2B Transmitter

Part 1 – Test Circuit and Test Code Introduction Getting your Arduino to transmit via the radio initially may seem daunting but its actually pretty simple. Please freely substitute the word “Arduino” for any micro-controller you wish to use. The example below works for 5V and 3.3V micro-controllers. Please read this : This may be …

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TiDiGino Contest

TiDiGino Contest using arduino

The project TiDiGino We developed a new GSM remote control called TiDiGino. The name recalls the initials (TDGxx) of our previous GSM remote control and is also based on the Arduino project. All the details of this circuit can be found below, but no the sketch, because this is your assignment. The contestYou have to write the firmware for this project.  The device must perform all the functions of the past …

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