A Welath of Information is at the site – Dr James B. Calvert Associate Professor Emeritus of Engineering, University of Denver and Registered Professional Engineer, State of Colorado. An EE-Encyclopedia Almost.
Engineering and Technology – James B. Calvert
“An extensive series of pages based on experiments that can be done in the personal or home laboratory. The emphasis is on enjoyment and intellectual pleasure, but there is much practical matter as well.”
Electronics Index – Includes vacuum tubes and cathode-ray tubes, with many experiments for the home laboratory. Nixie clocks too.
The Atmel AVR microprocessors are very similar functionally to the PIC microprocessors, with the same range in size from 8-bit, 8-pin PDIP to 32-bit processors with 100 pins, and similar features.
Atmel AVR 8-Bit Microcontrollers
The ATtiny13A will operate from a supply voltage as low as 1.8V (maximum clock speed 4 Mhz), and with a full 20 MHz clock speed at 4.5V and above. The current drain is much reduced at the lower supply voltages and clock frequencies.
It is easy to measure moderate magnetic fields using a Hall sensor, such as the Allegro A1302 linear Hall sensor, available from Jameco. A PIC12F675 can digitize the output of the sensor and display it on a serial LCD display, such as the Newhaven NHD-0216K3Z-FL-GBW 2 line x 16 digit display. This system is shown breadboarded in the figure at the right, measuring the field between the poles of a horseshoe magnet.
Dr. John S. Loomis is the Associate Professor in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department of The University of Dayton.
John Loomis – Course Web Pages
At the Course pages you can see subjects like Signal Processing, Digital Signal Processing, Analog Microelectronics Design and Electro-Optics.
Altera DE2 Board and Projects with Nios II CPU
“The Altera Development and Education (DE2 ) board from Terasic Technologies Inc. is a wonderful vehicle for learning about digital logic, computer organization, and FPGAs. Featuring an Altera Cyclone II FPGA, the DE2 board offers varied technology suitable for university and college laboratory use, a wide range of design projects, as well as sophisticated digital system development tools.”
More Pages of Study
- Microchip PIC32 – PIC32 Architecture and Programming
- Web Programming with Python
W. Marshall Leach, Jr., is a Professor at Georgia Institute of Technology in the School of Electrical & Computer Engineering.
Marshall Leach – Georgia Institute of Technology
His areas of Interest are Electromagnetic theory, audio, electroacoustics, electronic circuit design, instrumentation, low noise electronic design, and electromagnetic compatibility.
He Teaches many EE Subjects, some are ..
- Analog Electronics and Op Amp Design
- Microelectronic Circuits
- Audio Engineering and Low Noise Electronic Design
- Electromagnetic Compatibility
See also Greg’s Download Page – A wealth of free software for electronics projects.
Something for the DIY People
Audio Related Things from Marshall Leach
Computer Students can have look at the Obsolete Computer Technology pages/links. To know how computing evolved is important, before the new generation can change the way computing happens.
Doug Joness Index – Douglas W. Jones
Some subjects covered are Operating Systems, Computer Security and High Performance Computer Architecture.
Mechatronics and Robotics students will find Stepping Motors useful. Assemblers and linkers are good reference for the Embedded Systems Engineer.
Some things that would interest an ardent DIY Enthusiast or The Skillful and Adept Handy-Craft Community.