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    Hi!

    If anyone was interested to view microcontroller projects such as RFID card lock, or GSM controller, or if you wanted to build high-power amplifier, 250W or 500W sine power, you could download and build them:

    http://johnnyhush.com

    I hope you'll like it :)

    johnny_hush

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    mini projects on microcontroller

    hey is any new
    new mini project with 8051




    actually teacher giving headche with old
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    thanks a lot dude.I bet i'll find something usefull.



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    Pleasure is mine :)



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    amplifier projects

    Dear Author,

    I'm new at microcontrollers, but have a project to do involving a 7 segment display. Basically, I need to display a number that's keyed in from a keyboard. The display needs to be able to display up to 6 digits (1 to 1million).

    I've tried constructing a circuit using Multisim, and employing 2 microcontrollers (PIC16F84). The first microcontroller changes the ASCII input into a BCD format (to drive the 7447N driver chip for the 7 segment), and the 2nd microcontroller, to control 6 transistors (PNP 2N3906) for each of the segment display.

    I got this idea from going through some websites. Am I doing this right? Another question, do all microcontrollers use the same language? (I found instructions such as movwf, clrf...Do these instruction apply for all type of microcontrollers?). Finally, can you refer me to some written programmes to have this done.

    Thanks alot!
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    8051 based mini project with thesis

    Quote Originally Posted by mimi_wan
    Dear Author,

    I'm new at microcontrollers, but have a project to do involving a 7 segment display. Basically, I need to display a number that's keyed in from a keyboard. The display needs to be able to display up to 6 digits (1 to 1million).

    I've tried constructing a circuit using Multisim, and employing 2 microcontrollers (PIC16F84). The first microcontroller changes the ASCII input into a BCD format (to drive the 7447N driver chip for the 7 segment), and the 2nd microcontroller, to control 6 transistors (PNP 2N3906) for each of the segment display.

    I got this idea from going through some websites. Am I doing this right? Another question, do all microcontrollers use the same language? (I found instructions such as movwf, clrf...Do these instruction apply for all type of microcontrollers?). Finally, can you refer me to some written programmes to have this done.



    Thanks alot!
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    ya..you can do with this way.but i think you c language is better to do PIC programming,because it will more easy than assembly language. different microcontrollers use different language...you can go to www.microchip.com, a lot example of written programms can get from there.and you also can refer microcontroller foorm from edaboard..gambateh



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    mini project microcontroller

    More projects pls...
    I can upload some if you hv space..



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    Well, please contact me using email :)



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    Re: Microcontroller projects, amplifier projects

    Also visit for Microcontroller projects from arround the web

    http://microcontrollers-world.com



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    tnx for the big help...i cant think of any possible microcontroller projects for my theisis...my other proposals where rejected...tnx for this info

    just one thing though...the site is under construction...:cry:



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