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High-Level Synthesis Design Tools

Hardware description languages (HDLs) like VHDL and Verilog became the main languages for defining the algorithms that execute on the FPGA chip over the first 20 years of FPGA development.

1 month ago | by: ELECTRONOOBS
NAND Flash vs NOR Flash

With the advantages of NVRAM (NVRAM: Non-Volatile Random Access Memory), Flash combines the qualities of ROM and RAM. It has the ability to be electronically erasable and programmable (EEPROM), as well as the ability to read data quickly.

1 month ago | by: ELECTRONOOBS
How CAN Works?

A CAN transceiver where CAN stands for Controller Area Network and is a type of serial communication. In previous videos we’ve talked about UART, i2c and SPI communications, and the Arduino UNO or NANO for example, have all these types of serial ports. But it doesn’t have a CAN bus, so what is CAN, how it works internally, why is better or worse than other types of serial communications and why we use this type of serial data transfer for the entire automobile industry?

2 months ago | by: ELECTRONOOBS
USB 5V Charger and 10A Output BMS

How to make a USB charger for Li-Ion or Li-Po batteries of 4.2V but also have a 10A output protection BMS. 

3 months ago | by: ELECTRONOOBS
Stepper Motors and Arduino

In this post we will learn everything we need to know about controlling stepper motors with Arduino. We will cover how to control a NEMA17 stepper motor in combination with a A4988, a DRV8825 and a TMC2208 stepper driver.

ANKERMAKE M5 is here

At 3D Printing UK we’re always on the lookout for interesting new 3D printers, and this week it looks like we’ve found one on Kickstarter. The new AnkerMake M5 has raised almost $9 million in funding and deliveries are scheduled for November. At $599 on Kickstarter, or just over £500, it’s a mid-priced printer – but it promises some high-end features.

3 months ago | by: ELECTRONOOBS

When the microwave oven started to gain popularity in the 60s and 70s, supporters and critics alike predicted that it would usher in the end of cooking as we knew it. 


When it comes to things that hackers build, PCBs are a sizeable portion of our creative output. It’s no wonder – PCB design is a powerful way to participate in the hardware world, making your ideas all that more tangible with help of a friendly PCB fab.

4 months ago | by: Arya Voronova

Typically, when you’re putting electronics in a robot, you install the various controller PCBs into the robot’s chassis. But what if the PCB itself was the chassis? Carl Bugeja’s latest design explores just that idea.

4 months ago | by: Lewin Day
Is Hydrogen Car the Future?

Learn how to make the Electrolysis process and obtgain Hydrogen and Oxygen. Them learn how a fuel cell works and create electical energy using those gases. A fuel cell creates electricity using hydrogen. The hydrogen car works with fuel cells.

4 months ago | by: ELECTRONOOBS
TactorBots, a complete toolkit

So much of the research and development in the area of haptic feedback focuses on universal devices that can create a wide range of tactile sensations.

4 months ago | by: Arduino Team
The Use of Flex and Rigid-Flex PCBs in High-Reliability Applications

Flex and rigid flex PCBs are gaining popularity in high-reliability applications due to their unique characteristics. These types of PCBs offer flexibility and versatility that cannot be achieved with traditional rigid PCBs, making them an ideal choice for complex and high-reliability applications. This article will elaborate on flex and rigid-flex PCBs in high-reliability applications.

5 months ago | by: ELECTRONOOBS

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