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Just a small update, while most of my content has been geared towards beginners and as such, I’ve used the Arduino for showing code, I think I’m going to move towards using pure AVR C instead. I’ll try to link … Continue reading

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Driving a 7-segment Display with a Shift Register (74HC595)

I had a post a while back about driving a 7-segment display with an Arduino. Well, as you may recall, that took a lot of pins, 8 in fact. What if we could reduce that by 3? What if we … Continue reading

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Reading analog values over I2C

So I’m back again with another I2C device made by NXP. My last one did I2C to SPI, but we’re here to do ADC. Now, if you’re the average Arduino user, then you have 6 ADC ports on your Uno, … Continue reading

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Arduino I2C to SPI with SC18IS602B

I’m going to be doing some neat things with an STM32F030 and since it’s a limited pin number, I want to maximize my pins and I want to make it somewhat expandable\hackable, so because of this, almost everything is going … Continue reading

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MSGEQ7 pain fun!

Several years ago I had ordered five MSGEQ7 to eventually build a graphic equalizer. During my first attempts at it, I didn’t use any capacitors and couldn’t get it to work, so I gave up. Fast forward to earlier this … Continue reading

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Portable Serial Console

I’ve thought of a fun project to try and work while waiting for my research team to get back to me: Create a portable serial console with the Arduino. This shouldn’t be too hard. I mean it’s basically a FTDI … Continue reading

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