While the circuit described here is specifically for showing system parameters in an electric truck conversion, you can utilize it as a process monitor and display for analog and pulsed signals in a variety of applications.
Taking the time to understand how clock options really work in a microcontroller will make implementing them that much easier.
You can never have too many remote sensors, right? This circuit lets you set up a homemade weather station to monitor the most popular of all parameters: temperature.
Graphical plotting, data acquisition, and control software for your microcontroller.
The Spin Zone
by Jon McPhalen
Sometimes the simple tried-and-true solutions are overlooked because of the ever-increasing sophistication of microcontrollers. Case in point: shift registers.
by Joe Pardue
The Arduino Classroom: Arduino 101
Even though the Internet is flowing with tutorials on how to use the Arduino microcontroller, sometimes it’s nice to have everything put together into an easy-to-follow introductory course. That’s what we’ve done here.
by L. Paul Verhage
A New Airframe Design for Near Spacecraft — Part 2
Building a new airframe is only part of creating a near spacecraft. There are things like post burst chaos that have to be considered.
The Design Cycle
by Fred Eady
Utilizing Embedded Web Development
Remember drilling that slightly off-center toggle switch mounting hole for your project's front panel then have it be a bit too large? Those days are long gone. Trade in that drill and dull set of metal bits for some silicon versions that machine a perfect virtual front panel every time.