Bluetooth low energy (BLE) is designed to intermittently transmit information using a limited amount of power. This article provides the building blocks that allow you to add BLE to your projects for $5 (plus a one-time purchase of a $15 programmer).
June 28, 2017 by Mark Hughes
In this project, you'll learn how to wire an LED and flash it using the Raspberry Pi. Also, to isolate the Raspberry Pi's + 3.3VDC compliant output pins from supply voltages greater than this power source, an opto-isolator will be introduced as well.
December 11, 2015 by Don Wilcher
In this article I will show you how to use the internal EEPROM of an ATMega 328P microcontroller. I will use a USB-to-serial converter, and an LM35 temperature sensor. I will also give you some tips and tricks when designing a PCB.
October 18, 2015 by Jens Christoffersen
Many embedded applications benefit from a communications interface that allows for convenient data transfer between a PC and a microcontroller. This article explains how to use the virtual COM port library from Silicon Laboratories to send data from a Windows application to an EFM8 microcontroller.
July 17, 2015 by Robert Keim