Hardware

Simple DIY Electromagnetic Bell

Dec 14, 2014

You might think its pass time while I was talking about simple electromagnetic bells at my blog. Truth be told I would agree with you and embedjournal is pitching for a higher game in the near future. We will soon get into some android programming and write mobile apps that...

Testing RF Transmitter and Receiver Circuit

Apr 27, 2014

After publishing the article Make a simple RC car I have received a lot of comments and e-mails from readers who have faced some difficulties while trying to make the circuit by themselves. I have complied a small list of testing methods for various components that will help your narrow...

Circuit Debugging - Tips Tricks & Techniques

Mar 2, 2014

Here we are with a TTT (Tips, Tricks and Techniques) post again after a long time! Firstly I have to apologize for the recent inactivity in the blog. I’ve been a little busy over the last few months. But guess what! I have some good news! I think I’ll soon...

How To Breadboard Power Supply

Oct 20, 2013

Most of the time your breadboard will just need a 5 volt supply to power all the components. Very rarely you might need a 12 volt (if you are driving loads like motors) or 3.3 volt (devices rated at 3v3). In this post we will see the making of a...

Make PCBs at Home With Toner Transfer Method

Aug 7, 2013

Toner Transfer method for making PCB at home is probably one thing that went as viral as the Arduino. Electronics hobbyists around the world started using it to make professional looking PCBs at home. Here I will document the steps involved in fabricating PCBs with things that you can mostly...

Make a Tray to suspend PCBs into the Etchant

Aug 5, 2013

In this post I will document the procedure involved in making a tray to suspend PCBs. The enchant (FeCl3 solution) is toxic and cannot be handled with bare hands. So I devised this easy and reusable method for suspending the PCBs with the toner into the solution. If you are...

How-to: Make a Chassis For Your Robot

Jun 11, 2013

Ready made chassis that are available in the market (like the one above) are really good, cheap and for all you know they might have been subjected to an R&D before fabrication. In spite of all these advantages I still see the following issues with ready made chassis. They are...