Electronics Projects

Explore basic electronics projects for beginners and intermediate makers. These basic electrical and electronics projects can be a good source of reference for final year electronics engineering projects. These interesting and simple electronics projects are explained with the help of circuit diagrams, working explanation, source codes, videos, etc.

  • Getting Started with Raspberry Pi

    Raspberry Pi is an ARM cortex based board designed for Electronic Engineers and Hobbyists. It’s a single board computer working...

  • Simple Heat Sensor or Temperature Sensor Circuit

    We have previously built the Fire Alarm using Thermistor and Fire Alarm System using AVR Microcontroller. Today we are building...

  • Arduino Due PWM Tutorial

    Arduino Due is an ARM controller based board designed for electronic engineers and hobbyists. ARM architecture is very...

  • Getting Started with Arduino Due

    ARDUINO DUE is an ARM controller based board designed for electronic Engineers and Hobbyists. ARM architecture is very...

  • Arduino RGb LED Controller over WiFi

    In last tutorial, we explained controlling a Robot using Wi-Fi and Arduino, and in this article we are with our next IOT Based...

  • Op-amp IC LM741 Tester Circuit

    Op-amp (Operational Amplifier) is very important component in Electronics, and used in many Electronics circuits to serve...

  • WiFi Controlled Robot using Arduino

    There are many types of Robots, from the simple ones like a Toy car to the advanced ones like industrial Robots. We have...

  • Arduino Capacitance Meter

    When we come across circuit boards which are previously designed or we take out one from old TV or computer, in attempt to...

  • Sending Email using Arduino Uno and ESP8266 Wi-Fi Module

    We are moving towards the World of Internet of Things (IoT). This technology plays a very important role in the Electronics and...

  • Digital Clock using 8051 Microcontroller

    In this project, we are going to demonstrate making a RTC Clock using 8051 microcontroller.  If you would like to do this...

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