Monthly Archives: November 2019

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Overview of Build Systems

This is a very short overview of build systems used in Linux or in general GNU softwares. These tools are also ported to Windows, but generally only GNU tools ported to windows, which makes use of cygwin or mingw use these build systems. Tools aimed at windows only systems usually use Visual Studio build environments. [...]

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Capacitor as a Charge Well

This is simple experiment I conducted to see effect of capacitor as a charge well/ charge pump to provide current burst in intervals.I had an old cell phone battery and wanted to use it for running my small alarm clock which works on single AA battery. Now a look at datasheet of battery shows capacity [...]

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Login to linux using RFID

I have a ttl RFID reader and was planning to connect it with my computer somehow and suddenly a thought came to my mind if I could log in to ubuntu using it. Now laptops provide all kind of biometric login facilities, so I knew it was certainly possible. Only question was how exactly to [...]

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Using DMA for timer or PWM in stm32duino or leaflab maple

Using DMA for timer or PWM in stm32duino or leaflab maple While stm32duino has a generic API for using DMA for any peripheral, it is not well known. I had to search various examples to get an idea. There too older examples use deprecated API, while newer tube API is intuitive and easy. Setting up [...]

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