Neil's Mobile Phone Reference Pages
|07/03/13 Need a lithium battery for your next project? Having trouble finding one that fits? Here is my handy list of popular phone batteries sorted by size and capacity.
|08/04/09 Some info on driving the Siemens A60 LCD, a nice little colour LCD like the 3510i, with some source code for a Linux PC. This should be readily portable. It might even work under Cygwin.
|05/12/08 Here's a little HD44780 character mode LCD hacked to play a game of pong:-
|24/05/08 A new page about a ready made project PSU with battery backup which I bought for not much $$$.
|03/05/08 Started a page on my attempts to cram a NES system into a NES Game Pak.
|20/12/07 Here's my illuminated SNES flash cart.
|06/09/07 The egg incubator bore fruit! Added some photos of the first leopard gecko hatchling.
|06/08/07 Here's a page not
at all related to recycling phone LCDs about my
|01/08/07 Added a page
on my incubator
project. This uses a Nokia 3510i LCD, which
is driven with an 8K Atmel AVR.
|01/02/07 Just noticed
Martin K's site is
back online, and there's some exciting
info on using the S65 display. Will remove
the archive from this site now.
|11/08/06 Well, it's been
a while. Happened upon this useful
site (in German, translation
here) with info on the 3510i display.
|21/12/05 Hooked the Nokia
3510i display up to a PIC16F84, finally
got the code debugged. See the photos
FPGAs are much easier to program than
PICs, especially when dealing with PIC
|15/11/05 See the Nokia 3510i
display hooked up to an FPGA development
Datasheet for the die bonded onto the
glass substrate is here.
|an archived copy
of Martin-K's info on the Nokia 3510i LCD
here.) This includes the pinout for the display.