## Tips For Sampling High Speed Analog Signal in Arduino/Microcontroller

In many Arduino projects, we need to sample high-frequency signals such as an audio or equivalent signal. Think about a situation we want to sample the 50Hz AC signals and want to see the signal in Arduino serial plotter in real-time. In such cases, we make a few common mistakes that can be easily avoided …

## Custom data structure design for Arduino and Microcontroller project | Part 1

Data structure provides an efficient way of organizing data and functionality in the digital system. Good data structure design makes the system efficient and fast. There are few standard data structures in computer literature. Queue Stack Array – One dimension as vector Array – Multi dimension as Matrix List Tree Apart from the standard data …

## AVR Microcontroller: What you need to start learning?

So in this blog, I will provide you the list of components and software for learning AVR microcontroller. In the last tutorial, we discussed the microcontroller. If you miss the last writing please read from here. So, the first thing you need for learning a microcontroller is a basic understanding of C programming. This is …

## AVR Microcontroller: Getting Started from the Beginning

I am going to start a new blog series on AVR Microcontroller. This series is for those who are interested to learn microcontrollers. Before that let’s discuss what is microcontroller? In simple words, a microcontroller is a complete computer system. This might be confusing first. but trust me this is true. Think about a computer. …

## Power Factor Improvement Plant Using AVR Microcontroller | PART:02

The most challenging task  of this project is to determine power factor. Rest of the tasks are just switching Relays. So our first target is to find power factor using algorithm given in our first tutorial “Power Factor Improvement plant using AVR Microcontroller | Part:01“ Before we proceed to download the project files and open schematic …

## Power Factor Improvement plant using AVR Microcontroller | Part:01

Power Factor: Voltage and current are always in phase for the resistive load.But for inductive load voltage always leads current & for capacitive load current leads voltage. Power factor is the cosine of the phase difference between voltage & current. Power Factor Improvement: Power factor Improvement is minimizing the phase difference between voltage and current …