Recent Projects
CxemCAR 2 - Android controlled RC Vehicle with real-time video (Bluetooth & Wi-Fi)

CxemCAR 2 - Android controlled RC Vehicle with real-time video (Bluetooth & Wi-Fi) - In this article describes the control crawler platform from any Android-device (tablet, smart phone, etc.) via Bluetooth, as well as viewing real-time video and rotation control pan/tilt of Wi-Fi IP-Camera.

DIY Infrared Thermometer

DIY Infrared Thermometer - Infra Red Thermometer (MLX90614 sensor and display from Nokia 5110) on Arduino

FEZ Panda II RC car (Android control via Bluetooth)

FEZ Panda II RC car (Android control via Bluetooth) - In this article, I will describe the assembly CxemCAR project for the .NET Micro Framework compability board (FEZ Panda II)

Lighting control with Android device through Bluetooth

DIY DC Amp Volt Watt Meter on the Arduino - In this article, I will use the current monitor based on the ZXCT series IC for measuring current voltage and watts

Lighting control with Android device through Bluetooth

Lighting control with Android device through Bluetooth - Here we describe a prototype light control, or any other load using Android device, be it a tablet, smart phone, clock, etc. Communication is performed via Bluetooth. The controller is used with .NET Micro Framework: FEZ Panda II

Simple RC car for beginners (Android control via Bluetooth)

Simple RC car for beginners (Android control via Bluetooth) - This is a simple project of Android Bluetooth Car with Bluetooth control. This project is open source and multiplatform: Arduino (Processing), STM32, MSP430, PIC, AVR, FEZ Panda II (.NET Micro Framework). To control the car used Android-device with a built-in accelerometer

Arduino RC car (Android control via Bluetooth)

Arduino RC car (Android control via Bluetooth) - In this article, I will describe the assembly CxemCAR project for the Arduino-compability board

STM32 RC car (Android control via Bluetooth)

STM32 RC car (Android control via Bluetooth) - In this article, I will describe the assembly CxemCAR project for the STM32 board

Communication between the STM32 and Android via Bluetooth

Communication between the STM32 and Android via Bluetooth - This article describes the organization of communication via Bluetooth between the microcontroller STM32 (used board STM32 Value Discovery) and any Android-powered device (smartphone, tablet, etc.).

DIY intervalometer for Sony NEX

DIY intervalometer for Sony NEX - decided to make a DIY intervalometer for my Sony NEX 5N camera so that I could do time-lapse photography. This intervalometer should work with most Sony cameras: NEX, Alpha and other. To work intervalometer used infrared LED.

Data transfer between Android and Arduino via Bluetooth

Data transfer between Android and Arduino via Bluetooth - This article, shows two examples of working with Bluetooth: 1. Send data to Arduino 2. Data transfer between Android and Arduino. Use Java code.

Arduino and Bluetooth

Arduino and Bluetooth - two-way data transfer between Arduino and PC (or other device).

LM317 Calculator

LM317 Calculator - LM317 (LM350 and LM338) on-line calculator. Voltage Regulator and Current-Limiter Circuits.

USB data transfer between Android and Arduino

USB data transfer between Android and Arduino - In this article we will discuss how to implement two-way data transfer between Android and Arduino in MicroBridge mode (ADB over USB). For this, we make a simple circuit using a Ultrasonic Distance Sensor and Piezo Buzzer.

LED Calculator

LED Calculator - Current Limiting Resistor On-Line Calculator for LEDs. Series and parallel.

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Rigid-flex PCB meets tough motorbike requirements

 A printed circuit board technology especially for sport motorcycles? Sounds weird, but this type of vehicle lays down particularly tough requirements to control electronics - extreme mechanical load changes, heat, vibration, humidity, to name just a few. Along...

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A roadmap for cool and lossless lasers, with Bismuth

 From the 21st to the 23rd July took place the 5th international workshop on Bismuth-containing semiconductors, unveiling promising III-V material combinations for the design of very efficient lasers and record-breaking multi-junction solar cells.

01 Thursday

ZMDI offers high-resolution battery monitors

 Zentrum Mikroelektronik Dresden AG (Dresden, Germany) has announced two automotive qualified battery monitor chips, the ZSSC1750 and ZSSC1751.

01 Thursday

EBV Elektronik and LNT Automation jointly develop display/touch evaluation kit

 EBV Elektronik and LNT Automation have announced the joint development and launch of their display/touch evaluation kit, comprising a 7-inch touch display (EVK2TI1) from LNT together with the SoCrates board from EBV.

01 Thursday

60 GHz startup targets mobile

 On the heels of Qualcomm’s acquisition of 60 GHz chipset manufacturer Wilocity, startup Nitero is releasing its first 60 GHz Wi-Fi silicon. The NT4600 28nm chip supports 802.11ad with an initial focus on mobile displays.

01 Thursday

Dual 13A or single 26A μModule regulator integrates digital power system management

 Datacenters and server farms contain vast amounts of digital electronics, such as ASICs, FPGAs and CPUs. Powering, monitoring and managing power consumption at every node—down to the board level—is a challenging task facin...

01 Thursday

What's that smell? An app for that soon, says Sensirion

 With the acquisition of neighbouring cloud business Koubachi AG, Zurich-based company Sensirion is gearing up to meet the increasing demand for cloud-based sensor data management and services.

01 Thursday

Arbitrary/function generators focus on sweep and modulation facilities

 The Yokogawa FG400 Series is a range of arbitrary/function generators that combine intuitive operation with comprehensive sweep and modulation facilities. The instruments allow the creation of basic, application specific and arb...

01 Thursday

Chip resistors, diodes claim to be smallest yet

 With its RASMID Series Rohm claims to have the smallest electronic components in the industry; the ultra-compact lines have superior dimensional accuracy, for high density, high-performance mobile and wearable products.

01 Thursday

Power system design tool adds Arduino controller option

 Exar’s PowerArchitect programmable power design tool is now at version 5.1. New features include support for Exar’s development boards and the latest universal PMICs, the XRP7720 and XRP7725 programmable power IC...