Circuit Diagram - Interfacing GSM Module Using Proteus

Interfacing GSM Module Using Proteus

john September 10, 2017 No Comments
Interfacing GSM Module Using Proteus The Proteus simulation software can be used to interface real-time modules like the GSM Module. By using this simulation feature the designer can develop the systems within the software and test all the features...
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Circuit Diagram - UART between Microcontrollers Using Proteus

UART Between Microcontrollers Using Proteus

john September 8, 2017 No Comments
UART Between Microcontrollers Using Proteus UART stands for Universal Asynchronous Reception and Transmission of data serially between two terminals. This mode of communication has the advantage of data transmission using lesser number of I/O Pins. For longer transmission distances...
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Onkyo TX-8160 Receiver– Review

john September 6, 2017 No Comments
Onkyo TX-8160 Review People buy various types of gadgets for availing entertainment nowadays and AV receivers are among the most widely poached appliances worldwide. Onkyo is among the popular AV receiver manufacturing companies and the brand has several popular...
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Matrix Keypad Interfacing Using Proteus

john September 7, 2017 No Comments
In this article let’s discuss designing of matrix keypads and the programming part to get the information regarding the pressed key. The Matrix keypads are used in systems/control panels where Human Machine Interface (HMI) is required in order to...
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Onkyo TX-NR545 A/V Receiver – Review

john September 5, 2017 No Comments
Onkyo TX-NR545 7.2 Channel Receiver Review AV receivers are mostly eyed by people who want to enjoy awesome music quality and cinematic experience without leaving their houses. Onkyo AV receivers are popular with such entertainment seekers who want no...
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Resistors in Series – Complete Guide

jojo August 6, 2017 2 Comments
Resistor, the most basic yet essential passive component of an electronic circuit, is nothing but a device that restricts the flow of current. So why is it called passive? It is called so because it dissipates power rather than...
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