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2003\02\16@221936 by Raju George

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hi every body
    'm new is this world of microcontroller esp PIC , 'm an
enginnering student and i like to do a mini project using PIC
please help me to get circuit of some interesting innovative
useful latest PIC project ( with circuits).
thankyou

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2003\02\17@010553 by Antonio Benci

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As an engineering student you should be looking into this yourself. We
all had to do it at one time. The best way you will learn is to apply
some thought and creativity to your task. Have a look at whats out there
and extrapolate...

You will not get anywhere if  you rely on others for 'original and
innovative ideas'

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2003\02\17@104224 by Francisco Ares

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Does it have to be innovative, or are you looking for something ready?

Strange request!

Francisco


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2003\02\17@104240 by Olin Lathrop

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>      'm new is this world of microcontroller esp PIC , 'm an
> enginnering student and i like to do a mini project using PIC
> please help me to get circuit of some interesting innovative
> useful latest PIC project ( with circuits).

Take a look at the HOS project at http://www.embedinc.com/pic/hos.htm.  As
provided, it can turn an LED on/off in response to commands from a host
running Hyperterm or the like.  For a description of the development
environment use on this project, see http://www.embedinc.com/pic.


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2003\02\17@120240 by M. Adam Davis

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I think if you could make a WOMD* Detector you could sell quite a few at
a pretty good price.  Then you spend a year designing a WOMDD Jammer,
and rake in the dough.  If you still aren't rich by then (or dead, or in
some lush gov't job) then you'd absolutely make a killing with the
WOMDDJ Disarmer.  Further developments along these lines are left as an
excersize for the reader.

-Adam

* Weapons Of Mass Destruction

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2003\02\17@144412 by hard Prosser

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This reply DID bring up a possibly acceptable suggestion.
I saw on a web site recently that a neon indicator lamp "can ?" be used as
a radiation detector (beta and gamma only IIRC) if biased close to
conduction.
So - how about a PIC derived "radiation counter".
PWM could be used to generate the 80 odd volts required for the neon and an
LCD display to show the results. Pleanty of playing around with ADCs &
control loops required to measure & stabilise the bias voltage & then you
have to fit in driving a display.

Sounds like a good "learner" project.

Richard P




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I think if you could make a WOMD* Detector you could sell quite a few at
a pretty good price.  Then you spend a year designing a WOMDD Jammer,
and rake in the dough.  If you still aren't rich by then (or dead, or in
some lush gov't job) then you'd absolutely make a killing with the
WOMDDJ Disarmer.  Further developments along these lines are left as an
excersize for the reader.

-Adam

* Weapons Of Mass Destruction

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