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This is a continuation of tinyAVR how-to series. This blog post is going to be about AVR CPU, its possibilities and registers. Features 8-Bit, High-Performance AVR RISC CPU: 135 instructions Hardware multiplier 32 8-Bit Registers Directly Connected to the Arithmetic Logic Unit (ALU) Stack in RAM Stack Pointer Accessible in I/O Memory Space Direct Addressing … Read more

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The easiest way to start programming MCU is to use their General Purpose Input/Output pins to read a button and/or turn ON/OFF an LED. This post is going to be exactly that – an introduction into Attiny Series-0 GPIOs with easy to understand examples which should help you get started with the MCU. What is … Read more

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Starting from today (the day this post is published), there will be a possibility to subscribe to a newsletter. So, the main question which might rise to you is why you should subscribe to it? It is a good question 😀 Well, first of all, for now, I am planning to send a newsletter once … Read more



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This is a continuation of a DIY Mini (or micro) headphone amplifier. I have already talked about it in the first part and even made a working prototype. But the protopine was big in size, so I have decided to order a PCB and make it as small as possible. Other post parts DIY portable … Read more

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So, I have received the PCBs which were designed for the DIY portable signal generator. This post will be more about the PCBs and its manufacturing tutorial than a regular update on the project. So, it might be useful for those who wants to get their own PCBs manufactured, but don’t know how to do … Read more

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This is probably the simplest way of making a PCB at home. Although with this method the board will not look nowhere near to the professionally made ones, it will do its function. Also, because it involves drawing the traces by hand, it is mostly suitable for making PCBs where bigger SMD or Through Hole … Read more