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C-52 EVB Robot Controller
Casio QV-200 Digital Camera Cable. Lose your cable? Build it yourself and save $29. Fits many QV models.
Cheap 40KHz clock
Choosing a Frequency Multiplier"s Waveform (32k)
Clock - A digital and "analog" clock implemented on the virtual game system.
Clock Divider Circuit
CMOS RC timing
CMOS Toggle Flip Flop With Relay(CD4013)
Connecting AT90S2313 with LCD display 2x16 char and 4x4 keypad
Connecting LED to PIC Micro I/O pins (PDF)
Connecting PIC12C508 8 to 93AA46 serial eprom
Control and Interfacing
Controlling Hobby Servo Motors: Controlling hobby servo motors with PicBasic through the PC serial port. This project uses the PIC16F84 to interface to the PC serial port, and includes FREE Visual Basic software to control up to 7 hobby servo motors attached to your PC.
Controlling Hobby Servo Motors: How to build your own addressable serial servo controllers using the 8-pin PIC12C671. Control a ton of servo motors with a single I/O-pin, and ad the ability to move many servos at the exact same time with one serial command line.
Controlling LCD Modules With PicBasic.
Descrete Set/Reset Flip Flop
Designing a 4-Channel A/D Application with the PIC12C671. Analog to Digital & Using The 8-Pin PIC: How to build a 4-channel A/D converter using the PIC12C671. This application is excellent for building robotic guidance systems using light to control robotic behavior, serial volt-meters, hobby servo positioning systems, using arrays with PicBasic, you name it...! Lots of possibilities with this project.
Digital Clock with MM5314N
Digital Dice With Numeric Display
DIGITAL NOISE GENERATOR. This circuit produces a repeating sequence of serial data that contains attributes useful for emulating audible noise.

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