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Make Your Own Oscilloscope(Mini DSO) With STC MCU Easily Using Atmega

This is a simple oscilloscope made with STC MCU. You can use this Mini DSO to observe waveform. Time Interval: 100us-500ms Voltage Range: 0-30V Draw Mode: Vector or Dots. Step 1: Watch the Video! In this video, I will show you how to assembly this Mini DSO step by step. Step 2: Prepare Your Parts! …

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Panasonic PAN9420 is a standalone fully embedded Wi-Fi Module

Building an Internet of Things infrastructure most times depends upon the wireless connectivity, but there are many options for wireless and not every device is IP addressable – a requisite feature for IoT. There are many wireless interface options, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE), Zig Bee, Z-Wave, Lora, RFID and Satellite, each with their own …

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Plotting Pricing Trends from Octopart Data

Before you search for specific MPNs, it’s useful to understand broad trends in electronic component pricing and availability to save time and money. At Octopart, we manage information of more than 40 million electronic parts, so we are uniquely positioned to aggregate the part data information and find interesting pricing trends. Electronic data is complex …

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BC68FB540 — I/O Flash USB 8-Bit MCU with 2.4GHz RF Transceiver

General Description The device is a Flash Memory I/O with USB type 8-bit high performance RISC architecture microcontrollers, designed for applications that interface directly to which require an USB interface. Offering users the convenience of Flash Memory multiprogramming features, these devices also include a wide range of functions and features. Other memory includes an area …

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Infrared Communications for Atmel Mega644-1284 microcontrollers

Introduction Infrared (IR) can be used for line-of-sight communications over low to moderate range. IR is nice because of the lack of interference (except for sun and compact fluorescent lights) and freedom from FCC regulation. The web site http://tthheessiiss.wordpress.com/2009/08/05/dirt-cheap-wireless/ (Jacob Sikker Remin, 2009) shows how to use a IR remote control receiver and IR LED …

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Texas Instruments releases new battery saving technology

Texas Instruments is one of the most dominant technology companies ever. Behind Intel and Samsung, it is the world’s third largest producer of semiconductors. In addition, they are the largest manufacturer of digital signal processors and analog semiconductors. Young students may just know of TI as producers of their world famous graphing calculators. However, for …

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A Really Flexible Microcontroller

American Semiconductor, a leader in flexible integrated circuits and flexible hybrid systems, has announced the FleX-MCU product family. The FleX-MCU is the world’s first physically flexible microcontroller fabricated using the FleX Silicon-on-Polymer process. The FleX-MCU is an 8-bit RISC microcontroller with 8KB embedded RAM operating at up to 20MHz with a 1.2V core and 2.5V …

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