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   Electronics Lab Preview Go
Electronics basics, Microcontroller projects, stepper motor and parallel port interface tutorials. Resources for beginner and advanced users.
   Low Power Radio Preview Go
How to set up and operate your own low power, unlicensed radio station for experimental broadcasting and electronics experiments - news, tips, techniques and links to other great sites
   The Interactive Arts Preview Go
A group for discussing art in any medium in which "a dialogue is created between the viewer and the piece", in some sense. In other words, art that you can't just look at passively, but have to do something to really experience. A fair amount of this art has to be plugged in - computerized installation art, interactive flash, ... that hard to define area where electrical engineering or software engineering and art overlap and photographic studies of the work done in that area.

   Diego Solorzano Preview Go
This is a personal website, but you can also find some info about some programs and links.
   Layout Design Index Preview Go
Covering transistor level schematics, boolean algebra, and stick diagrams for CMOS circuit layout design.
   Hacked Gadgets Preview Go
Many articles about hacking gadgets. Examples of extreme technology. DIY projects describing how to build electronic projects. Fun top 5 and top 10 lists.
   Generator of videosignal for VGA monitor Preview Go
Generator of videosignal for VGA monitor on PIC16x84 (mode 640x480 60Hz)
   The LED Museum Preview Go
Light emitting diodes (LEDs) and more.
   Embedded Technology Preview Go
1) Embedded Technology - RTOS, Real-time Single-chip solutions & Virtual Peripherals 2) Microcontrollers - MCS-51/251, PIC 12/14/16, SX & AVR
   2Dkits - Blinkie kits using PIC chips Preview Go
Dale and Dwayne's attempts to play with eletronics, allow other people to have fun, and not go broke in the process. Have a number of kits that use PIC processors.

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