Although I’m mostly working with the “normal” digital input / output on the Arduino, it might be a good idea to play with the PWM output, too, just to have a basic knowledge about it if needed.
I’ll not go too much into detail about the theoretical background of PWM (highly suggesting you to read […]
Earlier today I’ve been following the Arduino Tutorial for driving a 74HC595 shift register which turned out to work pretty well.
In short, a shift register is an electronical component that can be controlled using 3 wires to change the output of 8 pins, or even more when two or more shift registers […]
The mission: getting started with RFID
With my recent gadget order I also bought an ID-12 RFID reader with a corresponding breakout board. The breakout board is needed because the ID12 chip contacts have a 2mm grid while the breadboards have a 2.54mm grid.
Just a short update: I recently received some fun stuff, including an Arduino Uno.
I’ve also been soldering some components together, and I’m really excited about getting into the Arduino Universe. So stay tuned for more updates on that topic.
As a first impression I shot a little video with two blinking LEDs […]
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