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Enhance your science with Scilab

Today I am writing about a free and open source software which is very efficient in calculation and data processing. Scilab is cross platform numerical computing package. It is available in Windows and Linux both. You can use it as open source alternative to MATLAB. If you are a student then you will find it […]

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Starting with Microcontrollers

A long time after starting of blog, finally I am writing a startup article on microcontrollers. Actually like every other category, the first one is very basic and introductory in nature. The intention of this article is to introduce to microcontrollers. It goes into history of the device, it shows you the applications of the […]

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Control Statements in Scilab

In my last introductory article to Scilab we have discussed very basic commands. We won?t discuss the commands further as we will discuss the required commands as we will come across them. In this article we will discuss the control statements of Scilab. Control statements are very essential part of any language. Is Scilab a […]

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Getting Started with SystemC

SystemC is a set of C++ libraries, which enables a designer to perform cuncurrent simulation of system level model. It is used for Electronic System Level design and Transaction Level Modelling(TLM). In this article we will discuss the setup of SystemC in an Ubuntu 12.04 Machine and executing our first Hello World! program.

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Right click menu in Tcl/Tk

Few days back, I was looking for creating pop menu for a Tk object. After a lookup over internet I was able to able to create the right click pop-up menu. I thought of sharing same here. We will create a Text widget and use our mouse right click to display the text editing.

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Verilog Simulation using Icarus Verilog

Verilog, standardized as IEEE 1364, is a hardware description language (HDL) used to model electronic systems. It is most commonly used in the design and verification of digital circuits at the register-transfer level of abstraction. It is also used in the verification of analog circuits and mixed-signal circuits. This article will take you through simulation […]

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Pull-Up and Pull-Down Resistor

Today I was visiting a group on Facebook. It is related to Microcontroller based projects. People are very friendly there. I came across a post which was related to Pull Up resistor. That post ignited me to write a small article explaining this concept. So in this article I am going to explain you the […]

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