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Quality Guidelines

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Sr no. Category Description Word length Details Payout Example
1 Project Upto
USD 50/INR 2500
1. Title click here
2.Summary 150-200 words Aim of the project how-use-ps2-keyboard-store-
text-sdcard-using-arduino
General Application of circuit
How will you demonstrate it’s working
3.Description 900-1000 words Represent circuit in a simplified block
diagram
Explain working of each block including
specific calculations
Details of the specific functions used in the
code
Features of the microcontroller board
Working of the circuit
4.Circuit Diagram (Original, Neat) Part number of components
Pin number
Values of the components
Polarity
Supply Voltage values
5.Code Properly
Indented
.c file of main code + .h file of header files
Well commented
6.Implemented Circuit Clear Image of implemented Circuit
7.Video Connections to hardware
Feeding Input and Obtaining output
2 Circuit
1. Title
2.Summary 150-200 words Aim of the project usb-mobile-charger
General Applications of the circuit
How will you demonstrate it’s working
3.Description 700-1000 words Represent circuit in a simplified block
diagram
Explain working of each block including
specific calculations
Working of the circuit
4.Circuit Diagram (Original, Neat) Part number of components
Pin number
Values of the components
Polarity
Supply Voltage values
5.Implemented Circuit Clear Image of implemented Circuit
6.Video Connections to hardware
Feeding Input and Obtaining output
3 Tutorial
1. Summary 150-200 words General explaination about the topic pulse-width-demodulation-circuit-design
General Applications
Parts included in the tutorial
2. Description 1000-1500 words Descriptive explaination of parts with drawings
and block diagrams
4 Article
1. Description 1500-2000 words History what-is-barcode-reader-
scanner-printer-working
Need hard-disk-tutorial-
components-working
Describe the topic in depth covering the
features,
Images
Block Diagrams
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