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Los alumnos han automatizado un puente levadizo para el paso de barcos y coches.
How to restore an old burglar alarm unit with PICAXE 14M.
Low cost quartz crystals are often used by radio amateurs to make selective filters for transmitters and receivers. Quartz crystals can be thought of as h...
Proyecto realizado en el IES J.Romero Murube por alumnos de 4º de ESO.
Se trata de un coche controlado desde una tableta Android a través de Bluetooth.
I built a robot that plays a perfect game of tic-tac-toe or noughts and crosses. It uses an algorithm from an article in the 1971 issue of Radio Electronics by Don Lancaster called Tic-Tac-Tronix.
A pair of leds will flash momentarily whenever someone makes a loud noise. The led intensity depends on the sound level. The leds fade out smoothly.