Monthly Archives: March 2015

Hacking the Rock Crawler – Part 3

AT the end -> A very trivial but important lesson – something that we all assume we know theoretically but might fail to implement practically !!. This is what the 4-bit level shifter  BSS328 module from Adafruit looks like – … Continue reading

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Setting up the transmitter and the receiver

So i am still waiting for the level shifters to come, meanwhile i wrote a code that would form the framework for the codes for the RC car so that i would not have to spend a lot of time … Continue reading

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Hacking the Rock Crawler – Part 2

After soldering the wires this is what we get – Now we have to take care of a big issue – The High logic level for arduino is 5V but the High logic for our chip-on-board is 3.3V, so if … Continue reading

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Arduino on a Protoboard/Breadboard

There are a lot of pages on making arduino on a breadboard , so i am going to link the most reliable ones and describe here my journey into making one , the problems encountered etc. The first thing you … Continue reading

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