Introduction to the MIPS ProcessorThis information is courtesy of Edsko de Vries of the Computer Science Department of Trinity College Dublin in Ireland
The link to the original article is: http://www.cs.tcd.ie/Jeremy.Jones/vivio
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This circuit is from the GLOLAB web page. The document referenced here includes an excellent design as well as an excellent tutorial on PIR devices. You've probably seen these devices in homes and businesses and maybe wondered what they were. Now...
Like most people, you probably own a portable MP3 player by now.
These devices are great when you’re driving or jogging. But,
what if you want to play some tunes while you’re working in
the yard? Or maybe, like me, you travel quite a bit and woul...
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The following circuit is an improved version of my original
Lightning Detector designed to run on a 5 volt supply. The new
circuit features a superior RF section with a single resonance near
300kHz and plenty of sensitivity.....
Time Domain Reflectometer (TDR)
This circuit is from Tomi Engdahl's page. It describes a nifty
little TDR that, when combined with a regular oscilloscope, can be
used to find discontinuities on long runs of cables.
Time Domain Refectometer Artic...
The Engineer's Assistant - a PIC16F84
The Engineer's Assistant is a handheld probed that acts as
Serial Data Receiver
Single Channel Logic Analyzer
The instrument is battery operated and ...