Numerous examples throughout the textbook Introduction to Electric Circuits are labeled as “Interactive Examples”. This label indicates that computerized versions of the example are available using the links in these web pages.
Interactive Examples and Exercises – Jim Svoboda
James A. Svoboda – ECE Department, Clarkson University. – Circuit Design Lab
Log about Alex’s experiments with microcontrollers. Some nice embedded micro projects here Programmable LED, Synchronizing Fireflies, (Elektor), 64 pixel led display with animations.
Tinkerlog of Alex – Embedded Experiments
Faster prototyping. Easy to build, even for beginners. Comes with a 3 AA cell battery holder. Uses ATtiny2313V-10PU microcontroller.
Tiny2313 Proto Board
The Teensy is a complete USB-based microcontoller development system, in a very small footprint! All programming is done via the USB port.
Teensy USB AVR with Teensyduino – PJRC
- USB can be any type of device
- AVR processor, 16 MHz
- Single pushbutton programming
- Easy to use Teensy Loader application
- Free software development tools
- Available with pins for solderless breadboard
The Teensy Loader makes getting code into your Teensy easy. Just press and release the reboot button and the processor runs the HalfKay bootloader, which is automatically detected.
From – PJRC Electronic Projects
Tutorials on Digital Electronics
In Electronics Theory Section
Here is a Snapshot of a Live iGoogle Page showing a Digital Preset counter Gadget in Canvas view.
Other Gadgets are Logic Gates Tutor and Digital Timer