About: Ibrar Ayyub

Author Bio: Ibrar Ayyub is an experienced technical writer with a background in computer science. He holds a Master's degree in computer science from BZU Multan University, one of the most reputable universities in Pakistan for computer science education. With his advanced degree and extensive experience in the field, Ibrar has a deep understanding of various computer science concepts and technologies. In addition to his expertise in computer science, Ibrar has a diverse range of experience in technical writing. He has written for various industries, covering a wide range of topics, including engineering, home automation, and more. His ability to communicate complex technical information in a clear and concise manner has made him a valuable asset to many organizations. Ibrar's writing style is characterized by its clarity and simplicity. He is able to break down complex concepts and explain them in a way that is easy to understand for readers with different levels of technical knowledge. He is also skilled in using various forms of media, such as infographics and diagrams, to make his writing more engaging and interactive. Ibrar has a special interest and expertise in home automation and engineering, he has written several articles and research papers on the topic and is well known in the field. His writing on home automation and engineering is informative, accurate and reliable, providing valuable insights on the latest technologies and trends in the field. Overall, Ibrar Ayyub is an experienced technical writer who can provide valuable insights and information for various fields of life, mainly home automation and engineering. He has the qualifications and experience to write about a wide range of topics and his writing style is clear, simple and engaging. He is an asset to any organization that requires technical writing services.
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1A from the sugar cube sized module

Posted on: 28 Jun 2016

he TSR1SM series models of step-down switching regulators (non isolating – POL) have a high efficiency up to 96 % which allows full load operation up to +65°C ambient temperature without the need of any heat transmission layer. Excellent output voltage accuracy (±2%) and low standby current (~1 μA) are features that distinguish these switching …

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Protect Your MCU Design from Copying and Reverse Engineering

Posted on: 28 Jun 2016

MCUs are used as the main control element in just about every application imaginable. Their power and flexibility make them the go-to component at the heart of most designs. Since it is important to make sure that your design cannot be easily copied, reverse engineered or tampered with, modern MCUs now provide a few different …

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Mädchen Machen Technik using pic-microcontroller

Posted on: 27 Jun 2016

The “Mädchen Machen Technik” workshop is designed to give high school students an introduction to microcontrollers. The students will build a flashing light pattern and/or a counter-timer. In the process of building this project, the students will learn about microcontrollers and digital electronics. Here is the parts list for the projects. Introduction to some circuit …

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Trippy RGB Color Mixing NightLight

Posted on: 27 Jun 2016

Project is based on A Trippy Crystal Nightlight by Charles Platt in Make magazine volume 25, see URL below for additional details. A fun and simple project to get started with PICAXE microcontrollers. http://www. makezine.com/25/electronics In this version an inexpensive (> $2.50) AC USB charger provides a traditional plug-in-the-wall nightlight form factor.  I removed download …

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Tic-Tac TV Remote Jammer

Posted on: 27 Jun 2016

That moment you take your eyes off the TV remote for just a second, because of which it falls into the hands of your annoying sibling. Yes, fighting for control over the TV is a daily struggle for many. But the TV Remote Jammer shown in this Instructable, will make everyone else stop dead in …

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BridgeDuino: A wireless Arduino HUB and shield

Posted on: 27 Jun 2016

INTRODUCTION BridgeDuino (R 0.11) is a Swiss army knife PCB for rapid networking of inexpensive wireless communication modules. Breadboards are super for one-off experiments. But after prototyping half a dozen wireless prototypes involving more than just two Arduinos, the wiring mistakes and associated debugging grew more time consuming. BridgeDuino facilitates rapid multi-node prototyping & testing …

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Dilshan R Jayakody’s Web Log

Posted on: 26 Jun 2016

VHF Aircraft radio communications receiver This is simple radio receiver project which is capable to receive aviation radio voice signals which are transmit between 118MHz to 138MHz in AM (A3E). We got initial idea of this project by reading Sverre Holm’s (LA3ZA) article about “cheap VHF receiver project“. Like LA3ZA’s original article this project is …

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Electronic Heart (Flashing LEDs) – Mother’s Day Project

Posted on: 26 Jun 2016

Mother’s Day was approaching, and I am getting my 8 year old son started with electronics. So why not combine the two? In the next few pages we’ll show you the project we did – a blinking heart with several effects, all driven by a microcontroller. Taught my son not only about how to make …

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Circuit design and electronics using pic-microcontroller

Posted on: 26 Jun 2016

I completed a 2-part assignment for this week. The first part was to build a sorta-random sound generator based on a schematic that Joe Paradiso made available. The second part was to build a circuit that could transmit MIDI messages – this will go towards my final project. Sound Generator Midi output Midi input Sound …

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Do you need to extract a hard-to-reach component from a PCB?

Posted on: 25 Jun 2016

Even a simple, well-designed tool can help significantly – we´ll introduce to you some of them … Sometimes, only a little bit is necessary to make our work more happy – a good ergonomic chair, workbench in a suitable height, good lighting … and last but not least also a good screwdriver, magnifying lens, tweezers, …

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