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Pinguino, la versión con PIC del Arduino

Tanto el Pinguino como el Arduino, son plataformas de hardwared libre, pensados para facilitar el uso de los micro procesadores y permitir el desarrollo rápido y sencillo de aplicaciones electrónicas que pueden ir desde un simple controlador de servomotor hasta un cerebro autónomo capaz de volar una avioneta. 140 more words

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Serial Communication of Atmel AVR's Micro-Controllers

If you want to study the serial communication basics then study the link below :

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Serial_communication

Here, we will study about the serial communication of Atmel AVR’s Micro-Controllers. 734 more words

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It's official: the Tinusaur will be presented at Maker Faire in New York

It’s official: The Tinusaur Project will be presented at the Maker Faire that is taking place in New York this month – on Sunday, September 21st at 3:15pm on the “Make: Electronics Stage” 18 more words

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What is Arduino

Well as you probably gathered from my previous post Arduino helps you build projects but let’s delve deeper into it’s origins.

Arduino, a open-source electronics platform based on simple I/O hardware and software it uses the processing language to program the functions of the hardware. 499 more words

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The Tinusaur will be presented at Maker Faire New York

We are glad to share with you that we’ve been accepted to present the Tinusaur project at the Maker Faire New York on Sept. 20 & 21. 27 more words

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element14 expands portfolio of ARM-based kits for electronics design in Asia-Pacific

New Delhi, India, August 19 2014: element14 has added to its extensive portfolio of development kits – ranging from starter kits to complete development boards – several new ARM-based solutions from technology partners Freescale, Atmel, NXP and Texas Instruments (TI), including a …

Using Arduino as an ISP to Program a Standalone ATmega 328P (Including Fuses)

The advantage of the Arduino architecture is that you can set up the development environment in no time. It probably takes you less than 10 minutes until the microcontroller (MC) finally blinks your first LED. 2,877 more words

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