N&V November 2007

N&V November 2007
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  • Po’Man’s Thermal Modeling for PCB’s by Mike Allan, Steve Huang
    Here at Po’Man’s, our motto is “Why pay big bucks for expensive tools, when there might be a cheap way to get the job done?”
  • Lattice Wave Digital Filters by Craig Lindley
    Typically, when I find a technology that interests me, I go overboard in my research and spend lots of hours playing with it in order to understand it. LWDFs were no exception ...
  • A Logic Analyzer Tutorial — Part 2 by Vaughn D. Martin
    Part 1 gave you an overview of logic analyzer basics. Now, let’s concentrate on actually using this instrument. We’ll examine some of its limitations and its numerous, powerful features that make it so useful in the lab ...


  • Build a Remote Battery Bank Voltage Monitor by Rodney Reitan
    Everyone has heard the saying “necessity is the mother of invention.” Well, that is what gave birth to this project.
  • Garage Alarm by Garth O’Donnell
    I have seen several simple alarm circuits in Nuts & Volts through the years, but this one is a little different in that it connects directly to popular lines of Genie garage door openers.
  • Build a Wireless Weather System: Part 3 by Michael Simpson
    In this installment of the wireless weather station, I am going to show you how to build the outdoor weather satellite. Once assembled, we will run some tests with our indoor and PC interface satellites, as shown in the network diagram in Figure 1.
  • Holiday Lights by Peter Stonard
    In recent years, more holiday lights have appeared in our neighborhood around Christmas. These are a combination of traditional strings and newer lawn displays, some with animation or inflated by electric fans, but all purchased from large retailers ...


  • Techknowledgey by Jeff Eckert
    Techknowledgey 2007
    Desktop Supercomputer Developed.
  • In The Spotlight by Marvin Mallon
    An Interview with Mark Walsh
    This month’s spotlight is on MCM Electronics, a division of Premier Farnell. The multi-national organization is a publicly held company listed on the London Stock Exchange ...
  • Stamp Applications by Jon Williams
    Dimming The Lights Fantastic
    Lamp dimming — specifically 120 VAC lamp dimming — had been on my mind for quite a long time, and this year I finally jumped in and tackled the process. It started with a four-channel device called the FC-4 that I designed for EFX-TEK ...
  • Personal Robotics by Vern Graner
    Evolution of a Roboticist
    Recently, the good folks at Nuts & Volts asked if I would take on the monthly Personal Robotics column ...
  • 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.
  • Near Space by L. Paul Verhage
    LED Based Photometer
    There’s a new sensor that I’d like to share with you this month that only requires a few LEDs and a resistor. Therefore, you probably already have everything in your junk box needed to build it ...
  • The Design Cycle by Fred Eady
    16 Bits Equals Twice The Fun
    Over the years,I’ve designed most of my really serious embedded projects around eight-bit PIC microcontrollers. As for the physical sizes of the eight-bit PICs I’ve used, I’ve done eight-bit microcontroller projects with the tiny six-pin 10F PIC devices ...
  • Getting Started With PICS by Chuck Hellebuyck
    PICBasic Pro, Excel, and The Beginner
    Good things come to those who wait. This is a common saying, but the real question is how long do I have to wait? Some would say it all depends on how you define a “good thing.”

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