Are you good at Electronics and Programming? We are looking for writers (with technical knowledge and written English skills) to develop new tutorials and articles for us. We intend to pay per article developed.
If you believe you are a good fit for developing Electronics based Tutorials and Articles – do contact us!
Apply to us if you are good at any of the following sections:-
1. Arduino Based Projects and articles
2. Raspberry Pi based Projects and articles
3. Electronics Technology Geek – cover latest happenings in Electronics Industry
4. Micro controller Expertise – to develop projects on 8051, AVR, ARM, PIC and other controllers!
5. Analog Electronics – contact if you are good at Analog Electronics
We offer payment per article. We usually pay starting from 25USD to 100USD or higher depending upon the article/project quality. We work on a “collaborative” model – where one of our editors will work with you to finalize on the articles/projects to be developed. You need to develop the article only after you get the final word from our editors. Our editors will pre fix the payment with you before developing the article.
Looking forward to hear from you! Apply via direct email.
When you apply, do mention the following:
1. Your Name
2. Your Residing Country
3. Your Educational Qualification and Background
4. Your Professional Details
5. Your Area of Expertise in Electronics (say Arduino, Embedded, 8051, Analog, Tech News etc)
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How to Order the 50W MOSFET Amplifier of PCB Board
(50 Watts Mosfet Amplifier Circuit diagram)
Sir i need code files of water level indicator using Arduino Nano wireless with ultrasonic sensor……i need complete files of Receiver & Transmitter…plz reply…
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I am Abhisek Rout an Indian. I hold a btech degree in Electrical and Electronics Engineering. I am good at Analog, Arduino and also like to write about Tech News.
Please may I convert your article on monolithic ic fabrication process to a document?
I have a question. Let’s say I have written an article for circuits today, can I post it in some other, say in Instructables too? am I allowed to post it as a video on youtube ?
Hello I want some Arduino projects if u have then reply me
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which type of files are accepted?
i am hopfuly to help for offering in writing basically i am considering issues like open source embedded systems project
your circuit for 2X5 watt power amplifier based on BA5417 does not show a volume control. How would I add a volume control to the circuit ?
would appreciate some guidance on this.
I’m a hobbyist
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I want detailed circuits of Electric shock proof device(ESP)
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I’d like to contribute to this website sending the articles. Please inform me how to do that.
My expertise in electronics are electronics control system using arduino and raspberry pi.
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my names are bizimungu jonathan and i am a finalist student in computer electronics in secondary and in my ending year i have dedigned and implemented a good embedded elecronics project and named it ”arduino lcd displyayed inverter”
this is the inverter which has a battery input voltage controller by arduino which senses the input voltage from the battery and displays it into the lcd,when the battery volt is greater than or equal to 12,it prints ”battery is full”else if battery volt is less than 11.9v”battery is low”in addition it has good features and thus i would like to share it with other users on this page.
lastly i am grateful for the way you take care of users and if you allow i will post the photos,circuits,and the codes i used for the project.actually what i want is just to share skills with others
Hello my name is Juan Pablo and I saw the Remote Operated Spy Robot Circuit project also I saw that in the scheme of the project appears the ht12e and ht12d chips. I would like to know what software do you use for simulate this chips. In what software appears this two chips ht12e and ht12d.
I would like to write about the future of the Motorcar.
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Hey! I sent you all the details yesterday as an applicant to info@…., But got no response. Please let me know
please provide your email, as you have mentioned above “Apply via direct email.”
I am Namit Jain bachelor’s in technology holder in the field of electronics and communication. I did my bachelor’s from Nirma University which is one of the finest university in India. Currently I am currently in MNC as a Embedded System Engineer. My area of expertise is in embedded systems, digital electronics, VLSI and digital communication. I did many innovative projects at college level as well as in my corporate life. Apart from this I am keen interested in teaching and believer of knowledge sharing.
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