Your Microcontroller Projects

This an area for you to show off your microcontroller projects.Click here to see Your Microcontroller Projects.

Just fill out the form below and add a picture of your project and I'll put it on the site so you can share your achievements.

Note: It does not have to be the most polished, best design but something you are proud of achieving.

If you have schematics/pictures/code to upload there is an email address shown for that in the help boxes below (just hit the question mark).  The photo upload is intended for a photograph of your project.

Some notes on submitting an entry
Remember to include the compiler/assembler version for your uploaded code.

Some notes on commenting/rating an entry
You need to include a comment along with your rating as the system will not accept 'just a rating' - also it's interesting to see what you think about the projects.

If you upload a video to YouTube you could also email that to me and I'll include that as well on your project page.

My Projects - Tell Everyone About Your Projects.

Showcase your talents by writing them up here let everyone see your great new invention. If you want others to re-create it you can upload code and schematics.

Note: See the help boxes for an upload email address.

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GSM Cellphone (mobile) controller : AT commands 
This project is about controlling various appliances without even touching it. Of course I mean on/off for now! And the controlling will be done by a mobile. …

Pointers in C language for Newbies - a DEMO in Debugger 
After searching the WEB and STILL not being able to use pointers effectively, I finally wrote a SIMPLE program to Demonstrate Pointers using the Debugger. …

Polygon Graphics 
I recently came accros this page and thought I had to try that. Luckily for me Pyrofer has the source code that he used, thanks a lot, after just a …

Scrolling message display using two 'PIC16F84A' chips 
This message display was based on the dot matrix display in the project area on this site. The reason I built it this way was because I had no 'johnson …

TinyBASIC for microcontrollers. 
I've ported TinyBasic ( ) from 68000 assembler into 'C', allowing it to be uploaded onto C programmed microcontrollers …

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