Here, we develop a program with different functions for checking different ICs.
We systematically analyse and test the prototype for several ICs, accessing each individual pin with all possible inputs.
The project is available at: PC based oscilloscope Testing of digital electronic systems generally involves applying a set of test stimuli to inputs of the device-under-test (DUT) and analyzing responses of the system using a response analyzer.
If the DUT generates correct output responses (also called the golden response) for all the input stimuli, the DUT is regarded as fault-free.
This increase in interest is causing a lot of people to tinker with technology themselves.
We compiled a list of Arduino projects that would be cool to design.
The circuit is nothing but a portable four-channel, multi-mode digital light controller, realised using very few external components.
Four LEDs are made to glow in different sequences and patterns, controlled from the Arduino board.
This project is available at: Fancy lights controller Presented here is a phone controlled robot that can be controlled via an app on your mobile.
The control commands are sent via Bluetooth and the robot has such features as: This project is available at: Android controlled robot Here we describe how you can make your own oscilloscope at a very low cost using your PC and an Arduino board as the hardware for signal acquisition.