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Build Your Own Wireless Sensor Network Using XBee and the 32-bit Experimenterby Thomas Kibalo Our 32-bit Experimenter board is back with two different wireless sensor network applications you can include in your next project.
Choose Your Own Adventure Gameby Nuno Alves This entertainment system for bored daily commuters lets you play while stuck in traffic and keep your eyes on the road.
The Desktop Contemplatorby Craig Lindley Looking for some inspiration, electronic style? Well, this is the device for you! Gaze into its palette of colorosity to both amaze and calm yourself.
Techknowledgey by Jeff Eckert Events, Advances, and News There’s a dark energy survey underway, an LED lamp that features liquid cooling, and a way for you to drive the Mars rover, Curiosity. Read about all this and some other cool stuff.
PICAXE Primer by Ron Hackett Sharpening Your Tools of Creativity Wrapping Up and Moving On: The MCP9700A and Battery-Powered Systems.
Q&A by Russell Kincaid Reader Questions Answered Here Burned parts on a weed whip charger, a wireless listening device, and a model train speed controller are some of the topics covered this month.
Smiley’s Workshop by Joe Pardue Fritzing With the Arduino Proto Shield — Part 5 This month, we are going to finish our Fritzing workshops by tying up a few loose ends and then introducing some practical applications with a couple of very useful new kits that will let us easily implement Fritzing designs.
Open Communication by Louis E. Frenzel White Space Spectrum Benefits All Wireless Applications Spectrum, of course, is the electromagnetic radio spectrum that all of our wireless devices occupy. This free space spectrum is allocated by governments to the various radio/TV broadcast and wireless services to avoid interference and conflicts between users. After years of wireless progress and growth, there is precious little spectrum left for further development.
The Design Cycle by Fred Eady Using the MPLAB X Factor With Data Radios The PIC18F46J13 was chosen for this project because of its unique capabilities and absence of built-in USB.