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Arrow Certification Makes Your Next Product Crowd-funding On Indiegogo Easier

Arrow Electronics, the well known company specialized in distribution and services related to electronic components and computer products, and Indiegogo crowd-funding website announced the “Arrow Certification”. Crowd-funding a hardware product is something not so easy and complicated especially when we talk about manufacturing, supply chain management, packaging and warehousing. For this reason Arrow decid ...

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Electronic cricket

his electronic cricket is a fun project. A real crickets chirp at night and faster in warmer temperatures. A cricket chirp is composed of a group of three sinus waves of a single frequence of about 5kHz. occurring in rapid succession. Introduction This electronic cricket is a fun project. A real crickets chirp at night and faster in warmer temperatures. A cricket chirp is composed of a group of three sinus ...

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Air Drums Using Atmega32

Introduction One Sentence Sound Bite Air Drums is an electronic drum kit played in the air that eliminates the need for tactile drum pads. Summary We created an electronic percussion set with three upright percussion sounds and a floor bass drum sound. The upright instruments require one/two modified drumsticks to play, while the floor drum requires an electronic bass pedal. The important difference between ...

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Electronic Impact Vest Using Atmega32

Our one sentence "sound byte"... *POP* Finally, a fair and balanced way to score Tae Kwon Do matches without the moaning and groaning of everyone. The Electronic Hogu system uses piezoelectric force sensors to determine how much force is delivered by the impact of a strike. Using waveform analysis and analog-digital conversion, it is possible to create constraints to determine what truly should and should n ...

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Saelig Announces Deepest Memory High Performance

New PC adapters offer unprecedented memory size with built-in signal generators Fairport, NY, USA:  Saelig Company, Inc. (www.saelig.com) has introduced the new PicoScope 6000 Series high-performance 4-channel PC oscilloscopes with deep buffer memory and a USB 3.0 SuperSpeed interface. With up to 500 MHz bandwidth on all four channels, and an industry-leading 2 Gsamples of buffer memory, the PS6000 Series h ...

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Q&A- Peter Lomas – Raspberry Pi- One Year

Clemens Valens, Editor-in-Chief of Elektor Online and head of Elektor Labs, caught up with Peter Lomas, hardware designer for the Raspberry Pi single-board computer, earlier this year at the Embedded World 2013 trade show in Nuremberg, Germany. This is a longer version of an interview with Lomas published in Elektor’s May 2013 issue. The Lomas interview provided a one-year update on the rapid growth of inte ...

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Bootload an Arduino with a ZIF Socket

Bootloading an Arduino with a ZIF socket allows you to easily program a lot of chips at once without worrying about mangling the pins. The reason for this is that ZIF stands for "zero insertion force," and as the name implies, ZIF sockets don't require any force to take the chip in or out. This means that you do not have to worry about any of the pins bending when you take the chip in and out of the socket. ...

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