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PIC RISC microcontrollers – Peter Luethi

PIC RISC microcontrollers – Peter Luethi

This website provides you helpful information about Microchip PIC 8 Bit RISC microcontrollers. Several assembler source code listings are available for non-commercial use. There are also tools for using your PC for measuring or regulating electronic applications. I’am working on several projects, e.g. a precision digital altimeter to use in my radio controlled airplanes.

dot matrix LCD

Radio Controlled Modeling – RC Circuits

PIC Assembler Projects, PIC Assembler Modules, Electronic Circuits, Student Projects, R/C Modeling Circuits, Servo Checker. Projects of Peter Luethi – Switzerland.

“The current concept incorporates a wireless transmitter and receiver and is thought to be used for remote controlled airplanes or appliances with two seperate parts.”

Mike Ellis – Electronic Projects Tutorials

The Multimedia Electronic Literature & Learning Internet Site A website dedicated to the advancement of electronic engineering skills by Mike Ellis.

Mike Ellis – Electronic Projects Tutorials

 

Complete schematics and code for a 68HC11 based frequency counter, square wave synthesizer, sine wave synthesizer, programmable filter, capacitance and inductance meter, with a digitalker speech synthesizer output.

  • 68HC11 Function Generator
  • Oscilloscope Block Diagram and Schematics
  • Dual 0-15 Volt Tracking Power Supply
  • Audio Amplifier
  • On-Line Tutorials

Bill and Mark Sherman Make Robots

From Joule Thief Artbots to Picaxe Projects. Bill and Mark Sherman are Making Things that Move.

See me at Maker Faire!

Some are Mood Beam Autopsy Make an artbot out of a Mood Beam toy. FireFly Project Make a “Jar of Fireflies” using a Picaxe Microcontroller.

Bill and Mark Sherman Make Robots

Rollie front view showing heat sensor

A two wheeled robot using foam and CDs for the wheels. Shown above is the Front View, Heat Sensor, IR avoidance module and Beeper.

The latest projects are featured at The Botsmaker Blog.

(Bill and Mark, ever tried Google Sites, use it with the same Blogger/Gmail Login. See what you can do with it – Practical Electronics )