Arduino Workshop


Have you ever looked at some gadget and wondered how it really worked? Maybe it was a remote control boat, the system that controls an elevator, a vending machine, or an electronic toy? Or have you wanted to create your own robot or electronic signals for a model railroad, or perhaps you’d like to capture and analyze weather data over time? Where and how do you start?


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    • Getting Started
    • Exploring the Arduino board and the IDE
    • First Steps
    • Building Blocks
    • Working with functions
    • Numbers, Variables, and Athematic
    • Liquid Crystal Display
    • Expanding your Arduino
    • Numeric keypads
    • Accepting User Input with Touchscreens
    • Meet the Arduino Family
    • Motors and Movements
    • Using GPS with Arduino
    • Wireless data
    • Infrared Remote Control
    • Reading RFID Tags
    • Data Buses
    • Real-time clock
    • The Internet
    • Cellular Communication


    • Title: Arduino Workshop
    • Size: 10 MB
    • Page: 394 Pages
    • Page Color: Black & White
    • Year: 2013
    • Author: John Boxall
    • Country: USA
    • Branch: Electrical & Electronics
    • Chapters: 20 Chapters
    • Edition: Old Edition


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