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Using a buzzer with Arduino in pure C

October 15, 2014


Since one of my most viewed posts is Programming Arduino Uno in pure C, I wanted to write other posts about common Arduino functionalities implemented in C instead of the default language. This post is part of a series about programming Arduino applications in C, using a Debian computer with avr-gcc compiler. This time I’m using a buzzer […]

Features of the new Arduino YÚN

September 2, 2013


Arduino YÚN is a new product in the Arduino family. It’s a board with the same form factor as the typical Arduino, but contains an application processor running Linux, and modern flexible connectivities such as Ethernet, WiFi and USB. Here’s an introductory video from the creators: The Arduino YÚN features are described in a blog post in the official […]

Arduino Blog » The Arduino Wifi Shield is now available

August 25, 2012


The Arduino WiFi Shield is a new tool from Arduino guys. They decided to create a shield with many features, and it costs more than the other shields (more than twice than the Ethernet shield). The reason why they made this shield so complex is to have the possibility to use it alone, without an […]

Programming Arduino Uno in pure C

March 29, 2011


We look under the hood of Arduino IDE, and use the avr-gcc compiler directly to build a program in C. We then use avrdude to upload it on Arduino Uno board.

Getting started with Arduino Uno on Ubuntu

January 31, 2011


I really wanted to try Arduino; Arduino narrates a story where the good guys are winning. Saturday I arranged to buy one, the Arduino Uno, and the first thing that came into my mind was “Wow, it’s really smaller than I thought possible!”. I went home and started unboxing it: the packages comes with a […]

Taking a look at Arduino schematics

January 23, 2011


Out of curiosity I wanted to check some Arduino board schematics. The Arduino Uno is one of the newest boards and is also quite simple; its open source schematics can be downloaded from here(zip file). There are two files: a board layout file and a schematics file. They can be opened with the free (but […]


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