BML GPIO-14 USB Board for PCs
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BML GPIO-14 USB Board for PCs

BML project for using a $2 FTDI FT260Q for adding 14 bits of GPIO to any PC via USB with no device drivers required. Ever miss the simple days of using a PC’s LPT1 parallel port to bit-bang GPIO over 8 output pins and 4 input pins of the DB-25 connector? I sure do. My first design...

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Synchronous four-switch buck-boost controller suits transport and medical use
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Synchronous four-switch buck-boost controller suits transport and medical use

Synchronous four-switch buck-boost controller suits transport and medical use A 150V high efficiency four-switch synchronous buck-boost DC/DC controller, the LTC3777, by Analog Devices operates from input voltages above, below or equal to the regulated output voltage and had an...

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DAC Shield For Arduino Nano using MCP4725
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DAC Shield For Arduino Nano using MCP4725

This project features an easy to use Digital to Analog converter (DAC) shield for Arduino Nano. The project is built using MC4725 12Bit DAC IC over I2C communication. The shield directly seats on Arduino Nano and also can be used as stand-alone DAC converter that can be connected to...

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Cubibot: New affortable 3D Printer
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Cubibot: New affortable 3D Printer

Cubibot is a small, clean, simple, stylish & cloud base 3D printer with a heated bed that brings fun and education to your life. Live on kickstarter: Cubibot is an affordable, user-friendly, high-quality 3D printer with a compact and dynamic design made to fit your lifestyle....

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Post Tweets With Your Raspberry Pi
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Post Tweets With Your Raspberry Pi

Raspberry Pi is famous for its great computing strength and ability to run the Linux operating system. In today's tutorial, you'll learn how to make your Raspberry Pi tweet. You can add extra features to this project to post tweets autonomously if any specific event occurs. Let's get...

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Advancing power supply solutions through the promise of GaN
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Advancing power supply solutions through the promise of GaN

by Michael Seeman and Dave Freeman from Texas Instrument: One important innovation that promises to contribute significantly to meeting this goal is the use of gallium-nitride (GaN) in power applications. GaN is already an established semiconductor material, employed extensively in...

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ESP8266 PlaneSpotter
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ESP8266 PlaneSpotter

squix78 @ blog.squix.org has published his latest project. After many hours of work I’m very happy to finally publish all the sources for the ESP8266 PlaneSpotter project. It is not yet really in a V1.0.0 state but I’m sure with the help of the community it will quickly get...

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That’s how nano solar cells work!
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That’s how nano solar cells work!

by Harry Baggen @ elektormagazine.com Researchers from the AMOLF institute and Eindhoven University of Technology have developed a theory and an experimental method that for the first time provide a detailed description of how a nanoscale solar cell works. Previously this was difficult...

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