Mar 212014
Embedded Voice Recognition - VeeaR

High quality and cost effective solutions for embedding speech or voice recognition capabilities to almost any application. EasyVR Arduino Shield is the Add-on module that rides piggyback on the Arduino. Embedded Voice Recognition – VeeaR The EasyVR 2.0 is a multi-purpose speech recognition module. The EasyVR module can be used with any host with an […]

Mar 162014
Instant Embedded client - Tuxgraphics

An embedded client that works almost everywhere and all you have to do is: connect it to the network and power it on. Instant Embedded client – Tuxgraphics “The idea for a network client that reports data to a server was born a while ago when a marketing company contacted me. They wanted to display […]

Mar 062014
Printer Port Virtual Instrumentation with VB6

The PC is now an economic and common equipment at home or office. To interface it to the real world is a step in learning Automation and Robotics. In Automation we have both Industrial and Home. Experimenting with Home Automation and Building PC based Instruments is the first step. An Electronics card needs to be […]

Dec 212013
The Mini Metrology Lab - Conrad Hoffman

This is a Article by Conrad Hoffman in “Electronics Now, April 1996″.He has an intriguing collection of electronics and Mechanical DIY Tips and Ideas in his site. The Mini Metrology Lab – Conrad Hoffman His “Electronic Mess” section has many pages on repairing and restoring old instruments and equipment. An Excerpt from his pages is […]

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Dec 192013
PIC Microcontroller Tutorials

These are Tiny Chips that integrate the Microprocessor and Peripheral chips in a compact size with low power consumption. PIC Microcontrollers from Microchip are the evolved computing digital devices that go into many gadgets and intelligent equipment. These are easy to program and reprogram and even protect your code or IP. PIC Microcontroller Tutorials The […]

Dec 172013
N5ESE - Gizmos for QRP Ham Radio

“One day I noticed a project, obviously homebrew, mounted on a piece of plywood, and nearly covering the worktable. When I asked him what it was, he glowed as bright as the half-dozen tubes that lit up when he turned it on. Twenty seconds or so later, out spews from the speaker the cracklings and […]

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Dec 162013
Flashing Mains Neon Lamp

Here is a Neon Flasher circuit (untested) for a user request at Circuits FAQ. This can be built into a switchboard or a gadget for indicating Live Power. D1-C1 form a simple half-wave rectifier, The Cap charges to peak voltage and can store charge for a long time if there is no bleeder. So while […]