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  1. NU32v2: A Detailed Look at Programming the PIC32
  2. NU32v2: Analog Input
  3. NU32v2: Benchmark Test
  4. NU32v2: Counters and Timers
  5. NU32v2: Digital I/O Assembly Code
  6. NU32v2: Digital Input and Output
  7. NU32v2: Digital Signal Processing
  8. NU32v2: Flash Self-Programming
  9. NU32v2: I2C Synchronous Serial Communication
  10. NU32v2: Input Capture
  11. NU32v2: Interrupts
  12. NU32v2: Introduction to the PIC32
  13. NU32v2: Nokia 5110 LCD
  14. NU32v2: Output Compare, PWM, and Analog Output
  15. NU32v2: SPI Synchronous Serial Communication
  16. NU32v2: Serial Communication with the PC
  17. NU32v2: Simple Analog Input
  18. NU32v2: Software to Install
  19. NU32v2: Starting a New Project and Putting it on the NU32v2
  20. NU32v2: The NU32v2 Serial Bootloader and PC Application
  21. NU32v2: UART Asynchronous Serial Communication
  22. NU32v2: Using the L293D H-Bridge
  23. NU32v2: Using the LS7183 Quadrature Clock Converter
  24. NU32v2: Using the Simulator
  25. NU32v2: Watchdog Timer
  26. NU32v2: What is in the NU32v2 Kit
  27. NUScope
  28. NUScope 2011
  29. NatNetLinux
  30. Node.js
  31. Northwestern Design Competition
  32. OBSOLETE NU32 video page
  33. Old Index Page
  34. Operational Amplifiers (Op-Amps)
  35. Opto-isolators
  36. PC/104 stacks and Matlab xPC
  37. PC104 Break Out Board
  38. PC104 Overview
  39. PCB Artist
  40. PIC/C18 Compiler Tips and Troubleshooting
  41. PIC16F684
  42. PIC16F684 Registers
  43. PIC18F4520: Analog Inputs
  44. PIC18F4520: Comparator
  45. PIC18F4520: Digital Inputs
  46. PIC18F4520: Digital Outputs
  47. PIC18F4520: PWM Motor Control
  48. PIC18F4520: Serial Digital-to-Analog Conversion
  49. PIC18F4520: Timers
  50. PIC32MX: Analog Inputs
  51. PIC32MX: Benchmarking Mathematical Operations
  52. PIC32MX: Digital Inputs
  53. PIC32MX: Digital Outputs
  54. PIC32MX: Driving a Stepper Motor
  55. PIC32MX: Encoder Motor Control
  56. PIC32MX: FFT of Analog Input
  57. PIC32MX: High-speed Wireless Communication
  58. PIC32MX: I2C
  59. PIC32MX: I2C Communication between PIC32s
  60. PIC32MX: I2C DAC
  61. PIC32MX: I2C EEPROM
  62. PIC32MX: I2C External RAM
  63. PIC32MX: Interfacing to a Secure Digital (SD) Flash Card
  64. PIC32MX: Interfacing with Force Sensors from a Scale
  65. PIC32MX: Inverse FFT
  66. PIC32MX: PWM Motor Control
  67. PIC32MX: Parallel LCD
  68. PIC32MX: RS232
  69. PIC32MX: SPI Communication between PIC32s
  70. PIC32MX: SPI DAC
  71. PIC32MX: SPI EEPROM
  72. PIC32MX: SPI External RAM
  73. PIC32MX: Servo Control
  74. PIC32MX: Sinusoidal Analog Output
  75. PIC32MX: USB Communication
  76. PIC32MX: USB Communication with a PC
  77. PIC32MX: XBee Wireless Round-trip Latency
  78. PIC32 Example: HelloWorld
  79. PIC32 in DIP package
  80. PIC32book
  81. PIC 18f4550
  82. PIC Analog-Digital-Converter Example
  83. PIC MCUs: 4520 Board
  84. PIC MCUs: Capabilities of PIC18F4520
  85. PIC MCUs: Capabilities of PIC32MX
  86. PIC MCUs: Hardware and Connections
  87. PIC MCUs: Software
  88. PIC Microcontroller
  89. PIC Microcontrollers with C18 Compiler
  90. PIC Microcontrollers with CCS Compiler
  91. PIC Motor Control and Serial Port Example
  92. PIC Motor Control with EEPROM and Interactive Menu Example
  93. PIC PWM Motor Driver
  94. PIC RS232
  95. PIC Servo Controller
  96. PIC USB
  97. PIC computation time benchmarks
  98. PICkit 1
  99. PPOD-mini: 6-DOF Shaker
  100. PPOD-mini Project
  101. PPOD Experiments with a Textured Plate
  102. PPOD User Guide
  103. Parallax GPS (Global Positioning System) Receiver Module
  104. Passive Filters
  105. Persistence-of-Vision Display
  106. Phase-Sensitive Detection
  107. Photocell
  108. Photodiodes and Phototransistors
  109. Pic32book
  110. Piezoactuators
  111. Portable Sit-to-Stand Device
  112. Practice Making a PCB
  113. Pressure Sensing
  114. Printing Circuit Boards
  115. Processing
  116. ProcessingPIC32Communication
  117. Programmable Stiffness Joint
  118. Programming HID Bootloader on PIC32
  119. Programming the blue board
  120. Projects and miscellaneous
  121. Prototyping circuits
  122. Pulse Width Modulation
  123. Pulse width modulation
  124. QNX
  125. Quadrature decoding in hardware, or just counters
  126. Quadrature decoding in software
  127. RC and RL Exponential Responses
  128. RGB LEDs
  129. Reading RFID tags
  130. Remote Controlled Wiitar
  131. Resistive Touchscreen
  132. Resistors (Ohm's Law), Capacitors, and Inductors
  133. Robot Club
  134. Robot Drummer
  135. Robot Helicopter Project
  136. Robot Operating System
  137. Robot Snake
  138. Rock Paper Scissors Machine
  139. Rotational Stiffness
  140. Running RC servos
  141. SPI - Serial Peripheral Interface - on the PIC
  142. SPI communication between PICs
  143. Sample code for most PIC18F4520 operations
  144. Sampling-Based Planning
  145. Schmitt Trigger
  146. Schmitt Triggers
  147. Second Order Active Filters
  148. Semiconductors
  149. Sensing optical tape
  150. Sensing retroreflective blocks
  151. Sensor Overview
  152. Sensoray 526 Data Aquisition Card
  153. Sensors
  154. Serial communication with Matlab
  155. Servo skeleton with fast & slow interrupts
  156. Setup, Use, and Modeling of Harmonic Drive Motors with Junus Amps
  157. Shielding, Grounding, Noise Suppression, etc.
  158. Solderboard
  159. Solenoid Theory
  160. Stability of an Assembly Project
  161. Stepper motor control with the PIC
  162. Storing constant data in program memory
  163. Strain Gauge
  164. Switch Debouncing
  165. Tektronix CFG253 Function Generator
  166. Tektronix TDS220 Oscilloscope
  167. Test
  168. The Gibbot
  169. The PC/104 Lab Kit
  170. The brains of the operation
  171. Thermistor
  172. Three-Axis Accelerometer
  173. Three-speaker Chladni Patterns
  174. Tools in the lab and shop
  175. UBW32 Board
  176. UDP Communications between Target and Host PC
  177. USB Communication Board
  178. USB Communication using PIC microcontrollers
  179. USB bootloading
  180. USB communication between PICs
  181. USB communication with C18 and MPLAB
  182. USB communication with CCS
  183. USB communication with PC
  184. Ultrasonic ranging
  185. Unipolar Stepper Motor Driver Circuit
  186. Useful code for the blue board
  187. Using CircuitMaker
  188. Using LEDs & IREDs
  189. Using Opto-Isolators to Prevent Interference
  190. Using Solderless Breadboard
  191. Using a laser
  192. Using the Basic Stamp Microcontroller
  193. Using the Host Scope
  194. Using the LS7166 Quadrature Counter
  195. Using the LS7366R SPI Quadrature Counter
  196. Using the Yaskawa Motors
  197. V-REP Introduction
  198. VPOD 3DOF Vibratory Device
  199. Variable Frequency Electrosense
  200. Vendors and Useful Links
  201. Vibratory Clock
  202. Vision-based Cannon
  203. Voltage and Current Dividers
  204. Watchdog timer
  205. Waveform Generation with AD9833
  206. Waveform Generation with AD9833, and SPI
  207. WiiMouse
  208. Wireless PIC bootloading
  209. Writing Code with the C18 Compiler
  210. Writing a CSV File
  211. XBee Interface Board
  212. XBee radio communication between PICs
  213. XPC Code From Student Projects
  214. XPC Overview

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