Elektor Magazine started publishing Indian edition (Bi-monthly).Bangalore you can get from OM Electronics
check the web site www.elektor.in.
i have a copy of elektor india with me , it contain lots of avr project.
but it doesn't have much publicity among indian consumers..
I stopped paying for Elector Years ago at about the same time microcontrollers became popular. All projects were closed sourse, you couldn't even buy the source code of their projects. You could only buy pre programmed chips or sometimes the hex files.
Nowadays you can get ideas / projects / schematics / example sourcecode everywhere on the net.
I switched to circuitcellar because:
- Source code available for all project.
- Better more in depth explanation of projects.
- Much cheaper ( 20USD for a whole year, pdf only).
- Pdf's are much easier to store and archive than paper.
But nowadays Circuitcellar and Elector are working together...
Doing magic with a USD 7 Logic Analyser: https://www.avrfreaks.net/comment/2421756#comment-2421756
Bunch of old projects with AVR's: http://www.hoevendesign.com
i thing you haven't checked there download section.
In elektor.in they provides source code and hex code completely free.
I have been buying both Elektor and Circuit Cellar for years. Big piles of magazines. Costs me around $400 annually. So today I took the leap and subscribed to the combined Elektor/Circuit Cellar one year Digital version for $99.
Ross McKenzie ValuSoft Melbourne Australia
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