This is the last post for 2009 and I promise there will be much more in 2010. In 2009 we had some interesting projects developed here at youritronics.com here is some of the highlights:
The analyzer is currently at v.2.0 and it has allot more features then it originally had. Kits are still being produced and the shop has a new look.
A nice tutorial written by Laci which caught the attention of the hobbyists.
Another really good tutorial written by Laci an youritronics author, explaining the 7 segment display and how to use it with microcontrollers.
The same good quality tutorial signed by Laci this time explaining the matrix keyboard and how it can be interfaced with a microcontroller.
The idea behind this project was born when a friend asked me too take a look at he’s broken GPS unit (MyGuide 3000) to see if I can fix anything. After figuring out that the processor is the faulty part I decided to use the gps module for a stand alone gps module that you can just connect to a netbook.
The TMP275 is a 0.5°C accurate, Two-Wire, serial output temperature sensor. I got it as free sample from TI and I put together this project to experiment with the sensor.
The 3 part DIY speaker building tutorial written by youritronics author Andrei, the kind of project that gets the most out of everything using inexpensive materials: