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  • Hardware Hacking Projects for Geeks by Edward B. Driscoll, Jr.
    ullam is the author of Hardware Hacking Projects For Geeks, an O’Reilly & Associates release (available at www.oreilly.com/catalog/hardwarehks, www.amazon.com, and retail booksellers) ...
  • Going Security Geek on Penetration by Ira Winkler by David Geer
    These hacks — called penetration tests — are done on purpose to show companies how much they stand to lose if they don’t patch their security holes. Penetration tests are used to try to compromise the security of computer systems ...
  • Understanding Digital Buffer, Gate, and Logic IC Circuits — Part 2 by Ray Marston
    Practical digital inverter and AND gate logic ICs.
  • Sonic Realism — Part 1 by Gerard Fonte
    The holy grail of high fidelity sound reproduction is to recreate the listening experience exactly. The listener shouldn’t be able to tell the reproduction from the original ...

Projects

  • Build An X-10 Doggy Dish — Part 4 by Michael Simpson
    Last month, I gave you details on how to communicate with various X10 computer interfaces. This month, I had planned on showing you how to use each one of those interfaces with a microcontroller ...
  • Build A Flood Detection Alarm by Paul Florian
    Is there water in your basement? Or anywhere else it shouldn't be? This simple water detection alarm will alert you when it starts to happen.
  • The Mysterious Magic Box — Part 2 by Vaughn D. Martin, John Stabler
    This unique DIY construction project blends electronics technology with subtle magic and hand craftsmanship. This concluding part examines the theory of operation, installation and assembly, testing, and verification that the design works properly ...

Columns

  • Stamp Applications by Jon Williams
    Control Virtually Anything … Virtually
    When the SX microcontroller was developed, the core philosophy was to create a chip fast enough and clean enough that most specialized peripherals could be made “virtual,” that is, created in code ...
  • Personal Robotics by Phil Davis
    Parameters On The Fly — Part 3
    This month, I would like to wrap up the design and functioning of the Hand-Held Console by showing you the completed device and by posting the software online for all to use.
  • Q&A by Russell Kincaid
    Reader Questions Answered Here
    In this column, I answer questions about all aspects of electronics, including computer hardware, software, circuits, electronic theory, troubleshooting, and anything else of interest to the hobbyist.
  • In The Spotlight by Marvin Mallon
    An Interview with Mr. Ken Gracey of Parallax, Inc.
    One of the leading suppliers of programmable microcontrollers is Parallax, Inc. The company is located in Rocklin, CA — a short commute from Sacramento ...
  • Techknowledgey by Jeff Eckert
    Techknowledgey 2007
    Events, Advances, and News.
  • The Design Cycle by Peter Best
    Configuration Wizardry
    If you’re standing up, maybe you want to take a seat. Last time, we started our indepth look at what makes the C8051F120 a premier 8051 drop-in solution. That Digital Crossbar stuff we looked at seemed mighty complicated ...
  • Near Space by L. Paul Verhage
    The Near Space Ventures
    Near Space Ventures is the webpage of an amateur radio high altitude balloon (ARHAB) and Civil Air Patrol (CAP) organization named CAPnSPACE. CAPnSPACE has developed a great website that I’d like to share with you th ...
  • Getting Started With PICS by Chuck Hellebuyck
    8/14/20-PIN PIC® Microcontroller Family
    Programming PIC® microcontrollers (MCUs) has been my hobby and sideline for many years. In fact, I started back when there were only five PIC MCUs to choose from. Now there are hundreds of different PIC MCUs ...

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