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Huge index of Arduino & Freeduino Knowledge

25 Jul 2012

Huge index of Arduino & Freeduino Knowledge

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z


A

  • Arduino WIKIPEDIA PAGE: here

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C

D

E

F

G

H

  • HACKING Arduino/Freeduino: a set of
    pages
    on hacking the Arduino code and hardware
  • HALL EFFECT SENSORS: as in magnetic sensing, not hallways. Forum thread is here.
  • HELLO WORLD: the first
    step
    in Arduino/Freeduino programming

I

J

K

L

M

  • MAX7219: forum post1: using the MAX7219 chip to drive an 8*8 array of LED’s; post 2: daisy-chaining multiple chips

N

  • NES: Use an old NES Controller as an input device for Freeduino / Arduino
  • NIXIE TUBES: Ogilumen has it covered, with open-sourced code and product
  • NOKIA LCD: forum post on interfacing to the Arduino to the Noki* S1D15G10 graphic display
  • NONEXISTENT: there do not seem to be a lot of Arduino/Freeduino topics that begin with the letter “N”

O

P

  • PDUINO: Arduino code for easy interface to PD… get it here
  • PEAK: code to find a peak value over time

Q

  • QRSS: a QRSS keyer using the iDuino.QRSS is ham radio speak for slow morse code, which is useful for radio propagation studies
  • QTPROX: code for using the QTProx401 touch sensor

R

S

  • SENSORS: a general list of sensors in the Sensor Wiki
  • SENSOR, ACCELERATION: tutorial on using the Memsic 2125 accelerometer
    with Arduino
  • SENSOR, ACCELERATION: article on using the LIS3LV02DQ triple axis
    accelerometer with Arduino
  • SENSOR, DISTANCE: tutorial on interfacing a PING ultrasonic distance
    sensor
  • SENSOR, DISTANCE: tutorial on using a Devantec ultrasonic ranger module
  • SENSOR, DISTANCE: tutorial on using the Devantec SRF04 and SRF05 modules
  • SENSOR, DISTANCE: tutorial on using the Sharp GP2D120 infrared ranging sensor
  • SENSOR, DISTANCE : tutorial on using the SRF05 as a rangefinder
  • SENSOR, DISTANCE: blog post on using the Sha*p GP2Y0A02 sensor
  • SHIELDS: see “Arduino SHIELDS” above
  • SHIFT REGISTER: tutorial on multiplying digital outputs using a 74HC595 shift register
  • SIMPLE MESSAGE SYSTEM: firmware for improved serial communication between
    Arduino and a host PC
  • SPI: tutorial on interfacing with a serial EEPROM using SPI (with introduction to SPI)
  • SPI: tutorial on how to control a digital potentiometer using SPI
  • SPI: blog
    post
    on using the DS1306 SPI real-time clock with Arduino

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