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An angle grinder is a useful and universal tool which can be used to cut lots of different materials – wood, metal, concrete etc. In this blog post you will find how to use it for cutting concrete walls using a 3D printed DIY addon for a vacuum cleaner. Intro Although the one of the … Read more

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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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This time let us talk about one Sigma DSP (ADAU1401) function – volume control, realized in various ways. From previous part about DSP programming we already know that it is possible to control DSP’s output volume directly from the Sigma Studio’s graphical interface. Of course, this is not a convenient solution, because you will need … Read more

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Today’s continuation of a DIY signal generator based on an AD9833 is going to be about a dual rail 12V power supply based on TPS65131 IC. In the previous part I have talked about a 5V dual power supply used to power the variable gain amplifier and other circuity. This dual 12V PSU will be … Read more

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When you are making some DIY device, you will approach a point when you will have to decide whether to use of the shelf, prebuilt or fully assembled boards or to make your own. I have already talked about how to make yourself a professionally made board in this DIY generator’s post. Although a professional … Read more