N&V January 2014

N&V January 2014
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  • The (Nearly) Universal Process Monitor by Dan Gravatt 
    While the circuit described here is specifically for showing system parameters in an electric truck conversion, you can utilize it as a process monitor and display for analog and pulsed signals in a variety of applications.
  • All About Clocks for PICs by Thomas Henry 
    Taking the time to understand how clock options really work in a microcontroller will make implementing them that much easier.


  • Build a PIC-Based Remote Temperature Sensor by Ryan Clarke 
    You can never have too many remote sensors, right? This circuit lets you set up a homemade weather station to monitor the most popular of all parameters: temperature.
  • MakerPlot — The DIY Software Kit Part 4 by John Gavlik, Martin Hebel 
    Learn how to plot both analog and digital data from the Arduino Uno, then see how to log that data and play it back for greater analysis.


  • Tech Forum Questions 
    Check out the Questions for this issue.
  • Techknowledgey by Jeff Eckert
    Events, Advances, and News
    Read about a transistor that learns, secure wireless access, the Smellophone, plus some other cool stuff.
  • The Spin Zone by Jon McPhalen
    Shifty Business
    Sometimes the simple tried-and-true solutions are overlooked because of the ever-increasing sophistication of microcontrollers. Case in point: shift registers.
  • Q&A by Russell Kincaid
    Reader Questions Answered Here
    Questions on LED drivers, remote control, and video and power over cable are answered.
  • Smiley’s Workshop by Joe Pardue
    The Arduino Classroom: Arduino 101
    Even though the Internet is flowing with tutorials on how to use the Arduino microcontroller, sometimes it’s nice to have everything put together into an easy-to-follow introductory course. That’s what we’ve done here.
  • Near Space by L. Paul Verhage
    A New Airframe Design for Near Spacecraft — Part 2
    Building a new airframe is only part of creating a near spacecraft. There are things like post burst chaos that have to be considered.
  • The Design Cycle by Fred Eady
    Utilizing Embedded Web Development
    Remember drilling that slightly off-center toggle switch mounting hole for your project's front panel then have it be a bit too large? Those days are long gone. Trade in that drill and dull set of metal bits for some silicon versions that machine a perfect virtual front panel every time.

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