This an area for you to show off your microcontroller projects.Click here to
see Your Microcontroller
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.
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. …
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 ( http://members.shaw.ca/gbrandly/68ktinyb.html ) from 68000 assembler into 'C', allowing it to be uploaded onto C programmed microcontrollers …
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