As I want to work with the STM32F10x microcontrollers in the future I had to set up a working area to compile my code in and use the peripheral library and while I was at it decided to share it with you should you be interested in these devices too. Setting up the working area […]
In this video I talk about how to generate a PWM signal using the CCP in conjunction with the Timer 2 module.
In this video I go through the basics of Timers on PIC microcontrollers.
This time I talk about the different oscillator options available on PIC microcontrollers.
This time I talk about the basic principles of interrupts on PIC microcontrollers
This is the first video in the PIC microcontroller tutorial series. Give it a thumbs and subscribe if you like it
This is the 4th workshop update! As you can see from the last two posts I am working on an SD card based data logger board. I have worked on getting the SD card communication protocol up and running and also have written my own FAT16 file system implementation (it’s pretty crude, though).
As you might know I am working on an SD datalogger project. In order to write data to the SD card and directly access it from the computer I need to implement FAT16 filesystem handling. I haven’t found any video about how exactly FAT works so I have made a video myself. Enjoy!
Often you want to measure environmental variables with your microcontroller, e.g. brightness, temperature, humidity, gas concentration etc. Measuring a temperature with a microcontroller can be done in several different ways depending on the accuracy required and temperature range involved. A thermistor (temperature dependent resistor) can be used as a cheap temperature sensor for temperatures ranging […]