Latest Nucleo boards access open source 8-bit MCU I/Os
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Latest Nucleo boards access open source 8-bit MCU I/Os

STMicroelectronics has introduced two STM8* Nucleo development boards, letting the 8-bit world experience the ease of access and extensibility already proven with the STM32* Nucleo range. Leveraging the formula that has kickstarted countless STM32 embedded projects, the STM8 Nucleo...

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Tiny Function Plotter using ATtiny85
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Tiny Function Plotter using ATtiny85

David Johnson-Davies build a OLED display function plotter based on ATtiny85 microcontroller. He writes: This project describes a simple routine for plotting a function on a 128x64 I2C OLED graphics display. Unlike most Arduino graphics libraries this routine doesn't require a RAM...

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1 Square Inch 20MSPS Oscilloscope
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1 Square Inch 20MSPS Oscilloscope

A 1" by 1" 20msps Oscilloscope based on the PIC32MZ @ hackaday.io by "Mark Omo". He writes: This project is designed around a PIC32MZ EF processor. We use its internal ADCs in an interleaved mode in order to get the full 20Msps. We have found that in practice we are able to achieve...

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MPLAB Snap debugger programmer
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MPLAB Snap debugger programmer

RS Components is now stocking Microchip’s MPLAB Snap in-circuit debugger/programmer, for simple and quick debugging and programming of most Microchip PIC, AVR and SAM flash MCUs. [via] The MPLAB® Snap In-Circuit Debugger/Programmer allows affordable, fast and easy debugging and...

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FRAMOS adds Sony’s Spresense line
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FRAMOS adds Sony’s Spresense line

FRAMOS has been appointed as an approved supplier for the Sony’s Spresense product line of professional developer boards in the United States. [via] These boards are powered by Sony’s 6 core CXD5602 MCU, which are based on an ARM Cortex-M4F with 6 cores operating at up to...

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I2C GPS Module along with ATtiny841
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I2C GPS Module along with ATtiny841

This project describes a simple GPS module which you can interface to via I2C. It uses an ATtiny841. David Johnson-Davies writes: Incorporating GPS into a project is quite daunting. First you have to parse the NMEA sentences from the GPS module you're using, and then if you're doing...

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AVRFT234 – Small AVR-ISP Programmer
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AVRFT234 – Small AVR-ISP Programmer

A small avrdude compatible AVR-ISP programmer based on the FTDI FT234X which only needs a standard micro USB cable. found many fairly big/bulky AVR-ISP programmers in the "middle" of cables (USB cable->programmer->cable->[adaptor->]6-pin connector) but I wanted something...

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Retro-uC – An open silicon microcontroller with a Z80, MOS6502, and M68K
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Retro-uC – An open silicon microcontroller with a Z80, MOS6502, and M68K

Chips4Makers have launched a campaign to fund their open silicon microcontroller with a Z80, MOS6502, and M68K cores. The Retro-uC allows to use of these legendary instruction sets for your to days electronics projects. Are you a maker that pines for the early years of personal...

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