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A handy multitester concept

Based on a Labs project | August 2012 | Find it here
When working on microcontroller projects there are lots of little tests you always need to do. Is that UART really transmitting anything? What’s the voltage level on pin PC2? Have I configured the timer properly to measure the input frequency? All these questions and many more can be answered by a handy multitester developed by Elektor reader Thomas Ücok using our familiar Minimod module, and this forms the basis of an interesting Elektor project.
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