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Electronic circuits, Tutorials, PIC Microcontroller (PIC16F84-PIC16F84A) Projects, Steppr Motor and Parallel Port Interface.
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Semeconductors, Transistor, Diode Tutorial and Electronic Circuits
Semiconductors Fundamentals

 To be aware of the origin of electronics  technology and development; Here we will  learn how does the diode and transistor  work, resistors, capacitor types, and other  principles.


PIC Microcontroller PIC16F84 PIC16F84A Projects, Tutorial and Electronic Circuits
PIC Microcontroller

 In this section you will find the tutorial of  the most popular microcontroller, it is the  PIC 16F84 8-bit with flash memory, and  also  PIC 16F84A microcontroller  (PIC16F84-PIC16F84A). This  involved  with sample projects, assembler,  programmer, and good tips.

Stepper Motor Tutorial and Projects
Stepper Motors Interface

 Here you will learn the basics, concepts,  and other tools that will enable you to  manage and interface the microcontroller  with the stepper motor. And to learn how  do this kind of motors work.

Parallel Port Configuration Tutorial and Pinout
Parallel Port Configuration

 And here is the tutorial that help you to  configure your parallel port cables, and  the pin assignment to make conversations  between your projects.

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