ELECTRONIC PIANO USING PIC MICROCONTROLLER (PIC18F4550)

Electronic piano circuit PCB printed circuit board drawing upon the Pic18f4550 microcontroller PIC has been a regular speaker on the card directly to number 2 in the pin of this RA0-Pic18f4550 AN0 pine bjt,...Electronics Projects, Electronic Piano Using PIC microcontroller (PIC18F4550) "microchip projects, microcontroller projects, " Electronic piano circuit PCB printed circuit board drawing upon the Pic18f ...

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3X3X3 LED CUBE WITH PIC16F628 MICROCONTROLLER CIRCUIT

The market plenty of 4 x 4 x 4 led cube was made. I have made 3 x 3 x 3 led cube we also differ. Led cube in each layer is made up... Electronics Projects, 3x3x3 LED Cube with PIC16F628 microcontroller circuit"led projects, microchip projects, microcontroller projects, pic16f628 projects, " The market plenty of 4 x 4 x 4 led cube was made. I have made 3 x 3 x 3 led cube we also differ. Led cube in each laye ...

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Third version of homemade 6 GHz FMCW radar

Introduction Previously I made a simple frequency-modulated continuous-wave (FMCW) radar that was able to detect distance of a human sized object to 100 m. It worked, but as it was made with minimal budget and there was a lot of room for improvement. FMCW radar working principle If you have read my previous articles you should know how FMCW radar works, but for completeness sake short explanation is given b ...

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MaxProLogic: Ultra Low Cost FPGA Development Board

SWEETENING THE DEAL With a few days left in our campaign, we will sweeten the MaxProLogic deal. We will now offer our newly developed BLE Board. This board includes the Texas Instruments CC2640 chip along with a 2.4GHz antenna and matching network. This board plugs directly into MaxProLogic. It communicates with the FPGA over a UART serial link. The CC2640 runs proprietary firmware along with the radio cont ...

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WISP – RE-PROGRAMMABLE MICROCONTROLLER THAT RUNS ON ENERGY HARVESTED FROM RADIO WAVES

A new research initiative between the University of Washington’s Sensor Laband the Technical University of Delft in the Netherlands has created a microprocessor that can power itself through stray radio waves and receive programmable updates in the same fashion. While the RISC-derived 16-bit microcontroller CPU is very weak compared to modern standards, it’s much more powerful than any other device that’s p ...

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USE INPUT OUTPUT PORTS OF PIC18F452 MICROCONTROLLER

This guide hopefully will show you how to write C code that will allow you to read in an analog input (AI) value to your PIC microcontroller. I am using a PICkit 3 programmer with a PICkit 2 18-pin demo board. The microcontroller is a PIC1827, but the ideas discussed in this article will be applicable to many other PICs as well. Step 1: Initial Requirments Hardware Required - PICkit programmer - PIC microco ...

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Bluetooth Controlled Robot using pic microcontroller

Today I came up with another engineering project for electronics and communication students, Android and Bluetooth controlled robot using PIC Microcontroller with object detecting capability. After installing MikroElectron’s Robot Control App from Play Store you should be able to control the robot with your android phone/ tablet over bluetooth signal. The eye catching feature of this project is the ‘objects ...

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One-Size-Fits-All Battery Charger

The first step to designing a battery charger is choosing a battery charger IC from the vast field of available solutions. To make an informed decision, a design team must first clearly define the battery parameters (chemistry, cell count, etc.) and the input parameters (solar, USB, etc.). The team must then search for chargers that fit the input and output parameters, comparing numerous data sheets to sett ...

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FORLINX OK1052-C BOARD PROVIDES SAME REAL-TIME CAPABILITY AS FOUND IN MICROCONTROLLERS

One thing about microcontrollers that will always be respected, is their ability to consistently provide real-time processing, low power, low cost, and most importantly a lot of I/Os. They excel quite well in those aspects, and in some cases they are indisputable, but when we deal with security and user interface comes into play, this is usually out of the question and designers usually result to an applica ...

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Bluetooth module HC 05 interfacing with pic microcontroller

In this tutorial, we’ll control the PIC microcontroller using a smartphone and a PC via Bluetooth. So as not to overload this tutorial, we’ll postpone the communication of 2 PIC microcontrollers via Bluetooth in which the 1st one is a master and the 2nd one is a slave to be in a separate future tutorial. So, let’s get started to see how to control PIC microcontrollers wirelessly with a Bluetooth module. Req ...

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