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lokit

Electronics Design

3 weeks ago

Part 7: DIY Series of Remote Flying Fish - PCB Design (Schematic)

Over the last chapter, you have already familiarized yourself with the preparatory works of PCB design. And now it is time to start designing a PCB of your own, along with a schematic design for the product circuit.

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lokit

Electronics Design

1 month ago

Part 6: DIY Series of Remote Flying Fish - PCB Design (preparatory)

This is the preparatory part before we really get into designing a PCB for this gadget. This is going be the longest part of the whole journey, because, you are about to create your own PCB!

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lokit

Electronics Design

2 months ago

Part 3: DIY Series of Remote Flying Fish - Motor Testing

We are going to test the motors in this chapter, along with power supply and motor driver kit!

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lokit

Electronics Design

1 month ago

Part 5: DIY Series of Remote Flying Fish - Motor Testing with Remote XY

In this chapter, we will build a simple mobile application to control the speed and rotation of motors.

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lokit

Electronics Design

2 months ago

Part 4 DIY Series of Remote Flying Fish - Bluetooth Testing

Bluetooth is a communication medium between the mobile APP (controller) and Arduino board (motors) In this chapter, we need to make sure that the Bluetooth module acting as a messenger can serve this well.

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lokit

Electronics Design

2 months ago

Part 2: DIY Series of Remote Flying Fish - Arduino Testing

Following on from part 1, we now have a fish balloon, a tank of helium gas, several motors and motor drivers.

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lokit

Electronics Design

2 months ago

Part 1: DIY Series of Remote Flying Fish: Introduction

What do you think about aircraft and hot air balloons? Ever think that there could be a combination of both? Take a look at this article and have some fun building yours :)

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