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Nintendo Wii Nunchuk for Input PCBA Devices

Nintendo Wii Nunchuk for Input PCBA Devices

The Nintendo Wii Nunchuk was released in December 2006. It features an analog stick, two buttons, and a 3-axis accelerometer. Due to its low price (around $5 for a used or counterfeit Nunchuk) and I2C bus support, it became an easily accessible option for those looking to add an input device to their project without much hassle. Without further […]

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AVR ATtiny4313 in Bascom, GCC and Assembler

AVR ATtiny4313 in Bascom, GCC and Assembler

This project explores the functionalities of the AVR ATtiny4313 microcontroller using three different programming environments: Bascom-AVR, GCC, and Assembly language. The focus is on utilizing timers and interrupts to achieve tasks like blinking an LED. Hardware Setup: The project utilizes an ATtiny4313 microcontroller mounted on a breadboard. A crystal oscillator with two capacitors sets the

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ENCLUSTRA UNVEILS MERCURY XU6 BASED ON XILINXS ZYNQ ULTRASCALE MPSOC

ENCLUSTRA UNVEILS MERCURY+ XU6 BASED ON XILINX’S ZYNQ ULTRASCALE+ MPSOC

Enclustra recently introduced two modules, Andromeda XZU90 SoM and Mercury+ XU6, capable of running Linux. Today’s focus will be on the Mercury+ XU6 that is built around the Xilinx Zynq UltraScale+ MPSoC that is an ultra-compact package with integrated H.264 / H.265 video codec. The hardware Mercury+ XU6 system on module comes into the light with only measuring 65 x 54mm supporting UltraScale+

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Clock-Free Arduino: Maximizing ATmega328 Performance

While most opt for a 16MHz oscillator in a DIY Arduino setup, it’s intriguing to discover that the ATmega328 can function without it. An Arduino typically comprises various elements such as a linear regulator, USB to Serial microcontroller, debug LED, power LED, reset button, RX & TX LED, crystal oscillator, among others. However, a minimal

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Pinout Diagram ATMega32

ATMega32 Microcontroller: The Ultimate Guide for Beginners

The ATMega32 is an widely used microcontroller from Atmel. It shares many similarities with the ATMega328P but has a more reduced memory capacity. However, the ATMega32 makes up for this with a greater number of input/output pins available. A key advantage of the ATMega32 is that each GPIO pin can exclusively support either digital input/output

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PROGRAMMING TPI AVRS USING USBASP PROGRAMMER

PROGRAMMING TPI AVRS USING USBASP PROGRAMMER

AVR microcontrollers are RISC architecture-based microcontroller series that have on-chip flash memory for data storage. The popularity of ARM microcontrollers can be seen by the range of applications it has. They are used in home automation, touch screen, automobiles, medical devices, and defense. They are also quite popular among hobbyists and makers. Most AVR microcontrollers

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ATTINY84 OSC CALIBRATOR AND HIGH VOLTAGE FUSE RESETTER

ATTINY84 OSC CALIBRATOR AND HIGH VOLTAGE FUSE RESETTER

A GitHub user called Wagiminator has posted details about ATtiny84-TinyCalibrator, which is an OSC Calibrator and High Voltage Fuse Resetter for 8-Pin ATtinys. The ATtiny84 was chosen as the microcontroller for the TinyCalibrator because it has exactly the necessary number of GPIO pins. 8-pin ATtinys usually feature few GPIO pins available, so they are usually operated without an external clock.

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AN INTRODUCTION LCD COMMON INTERFACES

AN INTRODUCTION: LCD COMMON INTERFACES

There are  a lot of different LCD display interfaces depending on the requirements of resolutions, speed, cost, stability etc.  The following outlines the common ones on the market: Parallel Vs Serial Interface Parallel interface could transmit many data bits at the same time depending on the data bits width. PROs: Simple CONs: Need RAM, Speed is limited.

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