Please DO interrupt me! This time, take a look at how to handle interrupts in your Atmel AVR embedded projects, and how they can make your projects more efficient and easier to develop.
This tutorial will get you up and running with field programmable gate arrays — no prior experience required.
Vintage hi-fi repair is a fantastic hobby.
With few exceptions, every electronics project needs a power source. It’s what makes the electrons go round and round. However, not all power sources are created equal.
The K-A-Watt meter is designed to operate at full AC line voltage. Here is a simple modification that safely powers the Kill-A-Watt meter for accurate operation in the low (10%-20%) voltage regime.
A simple circuit, a USB TV tuner, your computer, and some powerful (free!) software combine to make an amazing software defined communications receiver for around $25.
by Louis E. Frenzel
Smartwatches Need Communications Too
The new Apple Watch acts as a peripheral device to your smartphone by utilizing multiple wireless links between the two devices.
The Design Cycle
by Fred Eady
Building a Multipurpose Communications Board
Clear your bench and tin your soldering iron. In this installment, we’re going to scratch build a multipurpose embedded communications board. While the soldering iron is cooling down, we’ll fire up the Microchip XC32 C compiler under MPLABX and bring our new garage-brewed creation to life.