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PIC Microcontroller Insect Detector

Detect Insect Buzzing using A Microphone and Program PIC Microcontroller Timer and ADC to Filter Different Frequencies

What you'll learn?

  • Amplifying Sound with an Electret Microphone
  • Practical Application Examples
  • Insect Detector Working Principle
  • Hardware and Software Requirements
  • How to detect different frequencies with PIC Microcontroller
  • What are the things that you need regarding the hardware and what are the software that we are going to use, how to download and install each of them?
  • Coding your Insect detector
  • PIC Microcontroller Digital to Analog Conversion
  • Circuit Connection

Requirements and What you should know?

  • Basic experience in Electronics
  • A Will to apply, not just watch
  • Basic experience in Programming

Who is this course for?

  • Anyone Interested in Making Projects
  • Anyone Interested in Learning How to make PIC Microcontroller Insect Detector
  • Anyone Interested in Learning New Topics in Programming and Microcontroller
  • Anyone Interested in Learning New Things about Amplifiers and Detected Different Frequencies
  • Anyone Interested in Learning New Things about PIC Microcontroller
  • Anyone Interested in Learning How to make a PCB from scratch for a Product
  • Anyone Interested in Learning how Insect Detectors work

What is this course about?

Detect Insect Buzzing using A Microphone and Program PIC Microcontroller Timer and ADC to Filter Different Frequencies

This course will give you a chance to Make an Insect Detector System using Tools that you simply already dealt with to make Your Life safer.

If you are thinking that we are going to use a module to detect Insect buzzing, then you are wrong. We are going to rely on a few electronic components such as a Microphone and Amplifier to detect the frequency of an Insect Buzz. And we are going to explain this in a step by step manner.

If you like, most people get irritated by flying insects or have a fear of being stung by one of them, then this circuit and this course are for you.

In this course, we will create a circuit that can detect flying bugs, you will learn new things about some of the electronic components, you learn how to use your microphone and how to amplify the signal that comes out of your microphone and read it using a microcontroller.

And in the end, you will have a fully functional device that can you that you can use at your own home.

What you learn in this course

  • Hardware and software requirements.

  • Detect different frequencies with PIC microcontrollers.

  • Insect detector working principle and the amplifying or how to amplify sound with an electric microphone.

  • PIC Microcontroller  digital to analog conversion

  • Connect a simple circuit and we will start coding our insect detector to detect the buzzing using the microphone.

  • Create a PCB design for your circuit

  • Practical application examples.

The course and the circuit design are provided with this source so that you can easily use them and start working on your own insect detector.

Who We Are?

We are an Educational Engineering Team and leading team in the microcontroller industry with more than 10 years of experience in teaching and doing practical projects, we have a team of skilled engineers seeking to deliver high-quality engineering content including courses articles lessons, and online support for all the engineering students from all around the world.

We also work as freelancer engineers helping many students in their graduation project give many courses about engineering topics.

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