Installing The Micronucleus Bootloader To An ATtiny Via Arduino
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Installing The Micronucleus Bootloader To An ATtiny Via Arduino

In order to be able to upload Arduino sketches directly to the ATtiny84 over USB without the need to use a programming device, Shawn Hymel, an electrical engineer at Sparkfun Electronics, had published a guide showing how to install the micronucleus bootloader, which supports virtual USB...

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Basics of most common communication protocols
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Basics of most common communication protocols

circuitbasics.com has published a series of tutorials on the most popular communication protocols, like UART, I2C, SPI etc. Check them on the links below. Basics of UART Communication Basics of the I2C Communication Protocol Basics of the SPI Communication...

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The New Fujitsu ReRam
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The New Fujitsu ReRam

Resistive random-access memory (RRAM or ReRAM) is a type of non-volatile (NV) random-access (RAM) computer memory that works by changing the resistance across a dielectric solid-state material often referred to as a memristor. Fujitsu Semiconductor has just launched world's largest...

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Build Your Own I2C Sensor
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Build Your Own I2C Sensor

Since Raspberry Pi doesn’t have a built-in ADC (Analog to Digital converter) to read the voltage off from most of sensors, the best solution is to add I2C ADC chips and modules to your project. Paweł Spychalski faced this problem while building his own weather station that is based...

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Introduction to I²C and SPI protocols
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Introduction to I²C and SPI protocols

byteparadigm.com has a nice introductory article on I2C and SPI protocols: Today, at the low end of the communication protocols, we find I²C (for ‘Inter-Integrated Circuit’, protocol) and SPI (for ‘Serial Peripheral Interface’). Both protocols are well-suited for...

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Tiny Lisp Computer using ATmega328
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Tiny Lisp Computer using ATmega328

The Tiny Lisp Computer is a self-contained computer programmed in Lisp. Some programming examples are included in the author's website. This article describes a self-contained computer with its own display and keyboard, based on an ATmega328, that you can program in Lisp. You can use...

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7 Segment LED Based SPI Display using 74HC595
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7 Segment LED Based SPI Display using 74HC595

Single Digit Big Display module using 74HC595 IC project will display large size 7 segment single digit number. 3.5inch height, which can be visible over large distance.  More digit can be connected serially to each other easily connector. This circuit is a single digit seven...

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How to interface OLED 0.96inch LCD with Arduino
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How to interface OLED 0.96inch LCD with Arduino

This tutorial is going to teach you the basics on using OLED 0.96inch LCD128x64 with Arduino. OLED 0.96 inch is a monochrome graphic display module with a built-in 0.96 inch, 128X64 high-resolution display. OLED 0.96inch is able to work despite the absence of backlight. In a dark...

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