Author: greg

 

Embedded software -GUI #LVGL

The Tutorials section has been updated with the very first page! It’s related to the Light and Versatile Graphics Library (LVGL), which is an open-source, lightweight embedded library for displays and touch screens. I’ve found many interesting applications for microcontrollers (such as STM32, ESP32, PIC) as well as systems onRead the Rest…


PCB design: ESD shields and guard rings.

This short post is dedicated to hardware enthusiasts, who design their custom boards/dev kits/breakout boards/etc., and who are looking for some improvements regarding the ESD protection and handling. Techniques presented below have evaluated throughout different projects and multiple discussions with other designers. When starting a project or simply experimenting withRead the Rest…


Electric vehicles: how to talk about battery systems in a proper way

There are thousands of engineers working on the development of modern electric vehicles. From hardware designers, firmware developers, testers, up to system architects, and project managers. One project may involve so many people that you won’t even speak to them. Because that much engineering has been put into development, it’dRead the Rest…


New project: SIGMA MOSFET – Production test rig

A new page has appeared in the ‘Projects’ section. From now on, you can read about a test rig for the SIGMA MOSFET (a product that I and my friends created for airsoft electric pistols). Custom PCBs, Raspberry PI, 3D printing, PMMA cutting, python scripts, and of course zip ties!Read the Rest…


.initial post: short introduction

Hey there, after few years of professional experience in the field of firmware and electronics design (combined with “side quests” that were supposed to go commercial), I decided to create a blog where I could not only put my research results but also discuss it with readers. Having said that,Read the Rest…