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Robotic toy car controlled via cellphone

Posted on Tuesday, November 30th, 2010 in AVR, code, robotics by the machinegeek

Electronicseverywhere demos a project using a cellphone interfaced via an MT8870 DTMF decoder with an Atmega16 to operate servos controlling a robotic car.

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