Archive for the ‘Projects’ Category

Most Popular Electronic Circuits

In this article we are attempting to list the most popular electronic circuits we have published over the last couple of years.  We know, its a little difficult task! First hurdle to cross is selecting the criteria to decide – “what makes a circuit popular ?“. Next hurdle is listing all of them in an ordered and categorized manner. Some circuits may seem so silly and simple for an experienced hobbyist/electronics geek, while some other circuits may seem so hard and complex for the amateur. We know its impossible to satisfy every one equally! However we have tried our best…

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LED Circuits and Projects

CircuitsToday.com is introducing some simple LED circuits and projects which can be done even at home. These circuits and projects have already been tested and published along with circuit diagram, schematics, and a detailed working description for each one of them. Also go through the comment of each LED circuit article, so as to get a better understanding of the IC’s used and the modifications that can be brought to the circuit. To know the working of LED, click on the link – LED Working 1. Dancing Light The circuit uses a 555 timer and a CD 4017 IC. The clock…

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Electronic Seminar Topics

CircuitsToday is listing some of the latest electronic seminar topics that have already been published before. A small brief idea about the seminar topic is also given below, so that you can choose the right one to present. To know more about the topic click on the main heading. There are seminar topics for Electronics and Instrumentation and Electronics and Communication students. Besides, these seminar topics on electronics have been explained very neatly with diagrams so that you can gain a lot of information as well. 1.       Working of MAGLEV Trains This seminar topic gives a detailed explanation about one…

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Hobby Electronics Circuits and Projects

For all electronic hobbyists out there, CircuitsToday is listing some of our own hobby electronic circuits for you. Most of these circuits have been tested by us. You can bring in your own modifications to the circuit. For beginners, these electronic hobby projects may be a little difficult. You can feel free to comment below and ask whatever you want to know. We will help you with whatever information we can provide. Click on the link of each heading given in the list below, to go to the main content. Do not forget to check out the comments as well,…

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Electronics Mini projects

CircuitsToday is listing some free engineering mini projects that can be presented and designed by students for their exams. These mini projects are applicable for B-Tech/BE engineering students from various streams like Electronics and Instrumentation (EI), Electronics and Communication (ECE), Electrical Engineering (EEE), diploma and so on. Though the electronic circuits may look complex, they are explained in detail along with a circuit diagram, and are explained with links of all devices that are used in the circuit. Please note that these projects are meant for students, hobbyists and enthusiasts. If there are any doubts regarding the circuit, feel free…

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Simple electronics projects and circuits

Simple Electronics Projects for Beginners This article is a collection of simple electronics circuits we have published over a span of 3 years, which can be used as simple electronics projects for students, beginners, engineering students and other hobbyists. The following circuits listed below can also be used for your mini project needs. But we wont recommend any of these circuits for your final year or main project requirements. While selecting the circuits for this article, we have taken care to serve you with popular circuits in our website which are easy to implement. The logic behind selecting popular circuits as…

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Remote Operated Spy Robot Circuit

Here is a remote operated spy robot circuit which can be controlled by using a wireless remote controller. It can capture audio and video information’s from the surroundings and can be sent to a remote station through RF signals. The maximum range is 125 meters. It overcomes the limited range of infrared remote controllers. This robot consists of mainly two sections. They are explained in detail below. Remote Control Operated Spy Robot Circuit – Block Diagram 1. Remote Control Section The circuit uses HT 12E, HT 12D encoder and decoder. 433MHz ASK transmitter and receiver is used for the remote…

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