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Electronics For You
December  2019   Issue Vol. 51  No. 12 

MARKET SURVEY
Global Competitiveness Driving The Indian ESDM Sector
The electronics industry is facing unprecedented changes worldwide. Innovation and agility are leading to a competitive advantage for an organisation, irrespective of its size. The Indian electronics industry will also be following the same trend

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Make An Arduino-Based Wireless Frequency Meter
This project describes an Arduino-based wireless frequency meter designed to measure frequency of sinusoidal AC signals in the range of 50Hz to 3kHz
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Monitor Live Temperature Through IoT-Based System Using IBM Bluemix
Presented here is an Internet of Things (IoT)-based temperature monitoring system using IBM Bluemix cloud platform and Mbed NXP LPC1768 development board
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Make Your Own Smart Light
Most textile retail stores have trial/changing rooms for customers to try on new clothes before buying them. These rooms are illuminated all day long, irrespective of whether these are being used or not. This leads to wastage of electricity
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Create A GUI Program For Raspberry Pi And Arduino
This article describes the procedure to set up Arduino as a slave device, which gets all control signals from Raspberry Pi running a Python program. The program presented here provides simple steps to interface Raspberry Pi and Arduino. Arduino as a slave can also be used to control electrical devices including LEDs and servos
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Make Your Own GSM Security Switch To Prevent Vehicle Theft
This simple GSM security switch project is based on Arduino Nano microcontroller (MCU) and SIM800L GSM modem
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Build An IoT-Based Motion Detector Using Cayenne
Presented here is a motion-sensor-based security system using Cayenne and Arduino Uno. Cayenne is the simplest and easiest platform for the Internet of Things (IoT) systems. It allows you to connect regular boards like Raspberry Pi, Arduino and LoRa, and does not require much coding except some editing in readily-available codes
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