EasyEDA: Web based PCB design software
Using EasyEDA you can easily make schematics of electronic projects, then move on to PCB design and manufacturing, all integrated in one package! Simulation is also supported. You don’t need to install anything, it works right off the browser and you can use any PC to access your projects.

logix4u.net
parallel port interfacing inpout32 dll, resources for embedded system, RTOS, VHDL, fpga, Asic, I2C, CAN, Serial Port and DSP ( Digital Signal Processing ) related hardware and software design and programming.

8051projects.info
Free 8051 Microcontroller Projects. Lots of free 8051 MCU based projects with source code and schematics.

DiscoverCircuits.com – a resource for engineers, hobbyists, inventors, students & consultants containing a collection of 26,000+ electronic circuits or electronic schematics cross-referenced into 550+ categories plus an extensive electronics engineering resource/reference section.

Elektronik und Elektrotechnik Forum

EEWEb Europe is an online community for electronics and electrical engineers and hobbyists. It offers electrical engineering and electronics forum. It also has electrical and electronic design articles, and resources in the area of RF design, analog design, embedded design, PCB design, test and measure.

www.avr-asm-tutorial.net – A very nice and easy to follow tutorial series on programming AVR Micro in assembly language.

Blogs

Dharmanitech.com
A blog dedicated to projects and designs using AVR microcontrollers by Mr C.C.Dharmani from Chennai India.

http://solderintheveins.co.uk/
Electronics And Programming for All.

http://diy-elektronika.pl/
Do it your self electronics projects.

Ermicroblog
Very extensive and well written Tutorials.

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  • By Petr Sramek - Reply

    Hello,
    I like your website and it is inspiration for me.

    If you want, we can change the links. My websites are focused to a microcontrolles AVR(simple programs) and I begin to program with microcontroller MSP430 and development board – LaunchPad.

    Best Regards,

    admin chiptron.wz.cz

    P.S.: Excuse my English.

  • By alex - Reply

    Can you do version of eXtreme Burner-AVR for Linux(ubuntu,debian) on ARM processor?

  • By David - Reply

    Dear Sir, thank you for your download, but after installing I had this problem:
    “…. libusb0.dll….” tells not present in the computer.
    What will be the problem? where will be libusb0.dll?

    Thank you very much

    David

  • By A M Morawala - Reply

    Hi Avinash. I have been wanting to make a small donation for the very good ExtremeBurner. I use it extensively for my hobby.
    I am in Mumbai, India and want to donate in Indian Rupees. On the Paypal site, the donation is accepted only in USD. How can I make a donation in Indian Rupees?
    Please respond.
    Thanks.
    A M Morawala

  • By Kasturi Paul - Reply

    Hello Avinash,
    My company proudly launched Datasheets360.com in 2013 as an electronic component search engine with 70 million parts. Since then, we have made a number of improvements including:
    · Scaling our database to over 200 million parts, each with a PDF datasheet.
    · Measurable improvements to our keyword search capabilities and query understanding.
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    I hope you will check out Datasheets360 today and link to it from http://extremeelectronics.co.in/ if you find it a valuable resource. Also, we’d love to hear your site questions or comments as we’re continually making improvements based on our users’ feedback.
    Let me know if you have any questions and thanks for your time!
    Best regards,
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  • By Sujit Mishra - Reply

    Dear Avinash Sir,

    I am an electronics hobbyist. I want to make a metal detector of my own.Sir for this project I am using a 16 bit micro controller i.e. PIC16f877A. For this project I need a programming code for two analog signals between 0-5V coming from a coil and I also needs to control two led according to that adc signal whichever is higher in voltage, I mean if ADC1 signal is higher than ADC2 signal then LED1 should glow else LED2. So sir can you please help me on this code, because for the first time I am using this micro controller, for a quite time I was working on 8051 uC so I have a less knowledge on PIC. So sir can u please help me..?

  • By Parthiban - Reply

    Hi sir,
    Parthy here this is the FT121 device we are connecting to our Rasberry Pi (RPi). It is connected at RPi’s SPI interface.
    http://www.ftdichip.com/Products/ICs/FT121.html

    The firmware programing guide and examples are at:
    http://www.ftdichip.com/Support/Documents/AppNotes/AN_225_FT12_Series_Firmware_Programming_Guide.pdf
    http://www.ftdichip.com/Support/SoftwareExamples/FT12.htm (focus on CDC class device for this test program)

    Please see section 3.2 of the guide on how to interface with SPI. The example was not written for RPi. So, I need to make some minor modification to the host end of the example to match RPi’s SPI interface details, so RPi can read from FT121.

    After completing the program, I want to load the program as a firmware onto the FT121 device. I’m not sure how to do this. From my readings, we need to compile the example C program to a hex file, and then load the hex file to the FT121 device (maybe using avrdude ???).

    please give me some advice or solution
    Thanks,
    Parthiban

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