How to interface Arduino with a GSM Module and ping to a website?

Yash Sanghvi
Published on 24-Jul-2021 13:57:06
In this article, we will see how to interface Arduino with a GSM Module, and ping to a website.You will need the following −An Arduino boardA GSM Module (SIM800C, SIM900A, are popular examples, but you can have any other module as well)A GSM (2G) SIM Card, or a 4G SIM ... Read More

What are the components of the CPU?

Ginni
Published on 24-Jul-2021 13:56:24
CPU stands for Central Processing Unit. It is the soul of a computer system. The CPU along with the memory and the I/O sub-systems establish a strong computer system.A CPU includes small layers of hundreds of transistors. Transistors are microscopic bits of substances that block electricity at one voltage (non-conductor) ... Read More

How to interface Arduino with a GSM module and delete all the read SMSes?

Yash Sanghvi
Published on 24-Jul-2021 13:48:08
In this article, we will see how to interface Arduino with a GSM Module, and delete all the read SMSes. You will need the following −An Arduino boardA GSM Module (SIM800C, SIM900A, are popular examples, but you can have any other module as well)A GSM (2G) SIM Card, or a ... Read More

How to interface Arduino with a GSM Module and read SMS?

Yash Sanghvi
Published on 24-Jul-2021 13:39:35
In this article, we will see how to interface Arduino with a GSM Module, and read an SMS sent to the SIM card attached to the module.You will need the following −An Arduino boardA GSM Module (SIM800C, SIM900A, are popular examples, but you can have any other module as well)A ... Read More

Overview of Arduino IoT boards

Yash Sanghvi
Published on 24-Jul-2021 13:33:58
Arduino has come up with a number of boards specifically for Internet of Things (IoT) applications. If you go to the Products page on Arduino website, you will find a separate section for IoT boards. Their prices range from $18 to $69.The main feature that differentiates these boards from other ... Read More

Arduino Uno vs Arduino Micro

Yash Sanghvi
Published on 24-Jul-2021 13:26:27
We will have a comparison of the specifications of Arduino Uno and the Arduino Due BoardArduino UnoArduino MicroRefer to the table below for a detailed comparisonUnoMicroGeneralDimensionsPricing2.7'' x 2.1''$20-231.88'' x 0.7''$20-21ConnectivityI/O PinsPWM PinsAnalog Pins146620712ComputingProcessorFlash MemorySRAMEEPROMClock speedVoltage LevelUSB ConnectivityATmega328P32 kB2 kB1 kB16 MHz5VStandard A/B USBATmega32u432 kB2.5 kB1 kB16 MHz5VMicro USBCommunicationHardware Serial PortsSPI ... Read More

Arduino Uno vs Arduino Leonardo

Yash Sanghvi
Published on 24-Jul-2021 13:19:49
We will have a comparison of the specifications of Arduino Uno and the Arduino Leonardo Board.Arduino UnoArduino LeonardoRefer to the table below for a detailed comparison −UnoLeonardoGeneralDimensionsPricing2.7'' x 2.1''$20-232.7'' x 2.1''$20-21ConnectivityI/O PinsPWM PinsAnalog Pins146620712ComputingProcessorFlash MemorySRAMEEPROMClock speedVoltage LevelUSB ConnectivityATmega328P32 kB2 kB1 kB16 MHz5VStandard A/B USBATmega32u432 kB2.5 kB1 kB16 MHz5VStandard A/B USBCommunicationHardware ... Read More

How to Use Light Dependent Resistor (LDR) with Arduino?

Yash Sanghvi
Published on 24-Jul-2021 13:16:00
The resistance of a Light Dependent Resistor (LDR) changes depending on the intensity of the light falling on it. Interfacing an LDR with Arduino is quite straightforward. You just create a voltage divider as shown below −One end of the LDR is connected to 5V, the other end to a ... Read More

CAN Bus with Arduino

Yash Sanghvi
Published on 24-Jul-2021 13:11:34
Communication protocols like UART (Serial), I2C and SPI are very popular because several peripherals can be interfaced with Arduino using these protocols. CAN (Controller Area Network) is another such protocol, which isn't very widely popular in general, but find several applications in the automotive domain.While going into the details of ... Read More

Interface touch sensor with Arduino

Yash Sanghvi
Published on 24-Jul-2021 13:03:19
A touch sensor looks like the one below −It has 3 pins − Vcc, GND and Signal. Whenever someone touches the sensor, the signal pin goes HIGH (it generally outputs LOW when not touched). Thus, we just have to digitalRead the Signal Pin and determine if the sensor is being ... Read More
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