Archive for Februari, 2013

Arduino Devices – Mikrokontroler Berbasis AVR ATmega series

Mengenal nama arduino sejak awal 2010, tapi saat itu ane masih belum tertarik dengan arduino karena masih berkutat dengan Bascom AVR, CodeVision AVR dan WinAVR. Dimulai di awal 2012, ane akhirnya menyentuh arduino dan kesan pertama itu cukup mengesankan, pantesan banyak yang suka arduino hehehehe apalagi buat pemula.  Arduino adalah pengendali mikro single-board yang bersifat open-source, diturunkan dari Wiring platform, dirancang untuk memudahkan penggunaan elektronik dalam berbagai bidang. Hardwarenya menggunakan prosesor Atmel AVR dan softwarenya menggunakan IDE Java. Proyek ini berawal di Ivrea, Italia pada tahun 2005. Pendirinya adalah Massimo Banzi dan David Cuartielles. Situs resmi arduino bisa dikunjungi pada alamat www.arduino.cc

Kelebihan Arduino

  • Tidak perlu perangkat chip programmer karena di dalamnya sudah ada bootloader yang akan menangani upload program dari komputer.
  • Sudah memiliki sarana komunikasi USB, sehingga pengguna Laptop yang tidak memiliki port serial/RS323 bisa menggunakan nya.
  • Bahasa pemrograman relatif mudah karena software Arduino dilengkapi dengan kumpulan library yang cukup lengkap.
  • Memiliki modul siap pakai (shield) yang bisa ditancapkan pada board Arduino. Misalnya shield GPS, Ethernet, SD Card, dll

 

Arduino Nano

Arduino Nano

Arduino Micro

Arduino Micro

Arduino Uno

arduino uno

Arduino Mega

arduino mega

Arduino ARM

arduino ARM

Nah untuk informasi lebih jauh temen2 bisa mengunjungi link berikut ini:

http://arduino.cc/en/Main/Products

http://arduino.cc/playground/

http://www.ladyada.net/learn/arduino/

http://www.freeduino.org/

http://www.practicalarduino.com/

buat sendiri board arduino:

http://arduino.cc/en/Main/ArduinoBoardSerialSingleSided3

Circuits and Electronics Lectures (Videos)

This video lecture course by Prof. Anant Agarwal of MIT is designed to serve as a first course in an undergraduate electrical engineering, or electronics engineering or computer science curriculum. This course introduces the fundamentals of the lumped circuit abstraction. Topics covered include: resistive elements and networks; independent and dependent sources; switches and MOS transistors; digital abstraction; amplifiers; energy storage elements; dynamics of first- and second-order networks; design in the time and frequency domains; and analog and digital circuits and applications. Design and lab exercises are also significant components of the course.

Lecture-1 : Introduction and Lumped Circuit Abstraction. (Link)

Lecture-2 : Basic Circuit Analysis Method (KVL and KCL Method). (Link)

Lecture-3 : Superposition, Thevenin and Norton. (Link)

Lecture-4 : The Digital Abstraction. (Link)

Lecture-5 : Inside the Digital Gate. (Link)

Lecture-6 : Nonlinear Analysis. (Link)

Lecture-7 : Incremental Analysis. (Link)

Lecture-8 : Dependent Sources and Amplifiers. (Link)

Lecture-9 : MOSFET Amplifier Large Signal Analysis Part 1. (Link)

Lecture-10 : MOSFET Amplifier Large Signal Analysis Part 2. (Link)

Lecture-11 : Amplifiers – Small Signal Model. (Link)

Lecture-12 : Small Signal Circuits. (Link)
Lecture-13 : Capacitors and First-Order Systems. (Link)
Lecture-14 : Digital Circuit Speed. (Link)
Lecture-15 : State and Memory. (Link)
Lecture-16 : Second-Order Systems Part 1. (Link)
Lecture-17 : Second-Order Systems Part 2. (Link)
Lecture-18 : Sinusoidal Steady State. (Link)
Lecture-19 : The Impedance Model. (Link)
Lecture-20 : Filters. (Link)
Lecture-21 : The Operational Amplifier Abstraction. (Link)
Lecture-22 : Operational Amplifier Circuits. (Link)
Lecture-23 : Op Amps Positive Feedback. (Link)
Lecture-24 : Energy and Power. (Link)
Lecture-25 : Energy, CMOS. (Link)
Lecture-26 : Violating the Abstraction Barrier. (Link)

Basic Electronics Lectures (Videos)

A video lecture series on Basic Electronics by Prof. by Prof T.S.Natarajan, IIT Madras as part of National Programm on Technology Enhanced Learning by Indian Institute of Technology (IITs) and Indian Institute of Science (IISc) includes, Introduction to Basic Electronics, Electronic Devices, Laws and Theorems in Basic Electronics, Semi Conductor Diodes, Application of Diodes, Wave Shaping using Diodes, Zener Diode Characteristics, Transistors, Transistor Biasing, Characteristic of an Amplifier, Hybrid Equivalent Circuit, H-Parameters, Circuit Analysis using H-Parameters, Frequency Analysis, Integrated Chip, Four Types of Feed Back, Oscillators…

Lecture – 1 Introduction to Basic Electronics. (Link)
Lecture – 2 Electronic Devices 1. (Link)

Lecture – 3 Electronics Devices 2. (Link)

Lecture – 4 Some Useful Laws in Basic Electronics.(Link)

Lecture – 5 Some Useful Theorems in Basic Electronics. (Link)

Lecture – 6 Semi Conductor Diodes. (Link)

Lecture – 7 Application of Diodes. (Link)

Lecture – 8 Wave Shaping using Diodes Electronics. (Link)

Lecture – 9 Zener Diode Characteristics. (Link)

Lecture – 10 Transistors. (Link)

Lecture – 11 Transistor Biasing 1. (Link)

Lecture – 12 Transistor Biasing 2. (Link)

Lecture – 13 Basic Characteristic of an Amplifier. (Link)

Lecture – 14 Hybrid Equivalent Circuit, H-Parameters. (Link)

Lecture – 15 Circuit Analysis using H-Parameters. (Link)

Lecture – 16 Frequency Response of Amplifiers. (Link)

Lecture – 17 Frequency Analysis. (Link)

Lecture – 18 Power Amplifiers. (Link)

Lecture – 19 Differential Amplifiers CKT. (Link)

Lecture – 20 Integrated Chip. (Link)

Lecture – 21 Typical Characteristic of Operation Amplifier. (Link)

Lecture – 22 Four Types of Feed Back 1 Electronics. (Link)

Lecture – 23 Four Types of Feed Back 2 Electronics. (Link)

Lecture – 24 Mathematical Operations 1. (Link)

Lecture – 25 Mathematical Operations 2. (Link)

Lecture – 26 Mathematical Operations 3. (Link)

Lecture – 27 Characteristics of Operation Amplifier 1. (Link)

Lecture – 28 Characteristics of Operation Amplifier 2. (Link)

Lecture – 29 Characteristics of Operation Amplifier 3. (Link)

Lecture – 30 Inverter – Non-Inverter Circuits. (Link)

Lecture – 31 Applications of Op Amps. (Link)

Lecture – 32 Non-Linear Op Amp circuits. (Link)

Lecture – 33 Applications of Op Amps. (Link)

Lecture – 34 Active Diode Circuits. (Link)

Lecture – 35 Oscillators. (Link)

Lecture – 36 Logarithmic and Anti-Logarithmic Amplifier. (Link)

Lecture – 37 Filters. (Link)

Lecture – 38 Uni-Junction Transistor. (Link)

Lecture – 39 Silicon Controlled Rectifier. (Link)

Lecture – 40 Field Effect Transistor. (Link)