Monthly Archives: September 2010

Kosh Module: Update 4

Now the Schematics and the Eagle Files have been updated into Source Forge. A single non-Isolated 5V CAN Transceiver is used SN65HVD251 with a resistive Level conversion for the 3.3V circuit. Also included is a button for Reset and a dedicated … Continue reading

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Low Power Series : Battery Life Calculation

Battery has become the key source of energy in the Emerging Low Power Devices. It’s important to note that the capacity is a limitation for batteries, so they need to be used wisely.To help in this regard we would like … Continue reading

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Paper-thin supercapacitor has higher capacitance: Nano Energy Revolution

Emerging as a significant advancement in development of Super Capacitors, this is something ground breaking. Paper thin Super Capacitor and bendable too. Makes the possibility of wearable energy storage in the near future. Catch more on this at PhyOrg.

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Save the Pen Drive from Infection (a.k.a USB Storage Protection)

Recently I found a trick to make my Pen Drives safe. This was to say that if you connect to an Infected PC you may be spared by warnings only. In fact as per study the majority of people who … Continue reading

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MinGW: Win32 Adventure Begins

MinGW, a contraction of “Minimalist GNU for Windows”, is a minimalist development environment for native Microsoft Windows applications. I had know this for a long time. For many cross compilers I was using GNU gcc compiler. However my Win32 experience … Continue reading

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System Crash !!

I had been suffering from a severe loss of my PC stability and OS lately. That’s the reason I have not been able to post any thing yet. Hope that after I get through with the backup and other heuristics … Continue reading

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Modern Science Subway Map: Interresting

500 Years of Science, Reason & Critical Thinking via the medium of gross over simplification, dodgy demarcation, glaring omission and a very tiny font. The map of modern science was created to celebrate the achievements of the scientific method through … Continue reading

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Kosh Module: Update 3

The schematics has been updated to support both 3.3V as well as 5V CAN transceivers. The MCU presently runs at 3.3V and so does the board. Filter configuration for CAN is working along with Receive and Transmit Simultaneously using different … Continue reading

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