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Do-It-Yourself Surface-Mount Printed Circuit Boardsby David Dorhout Continue your learning journey in electronics by making your own surface-mount PCBs. t’s not as hard as you might think it is.
Calculators as Coprocessorsby William Massano Connect Texas Instruments’ calculators to Arduinos to extend this open source prototyping platform’s computing power for math functions and to make graphic capabilities easier to implement.
72 Watt Constant Voltage/Constant Current Power Supplyby Allen Ripingill This cost-effective unit will help prevent catastrophic events to components and keep your batteries charged up, as well.
Game Programming for the Arduinoby Garry Paul Spencer Not only is it simple to write game programs, it’s downright fun.
MakerPlot — The DIY Software Kit ... Part 8by John Gavlik, Martin Hebel Learn some of the specific reasons why this program is called the DIY software kit.
Techknowledgey by Jeff Eckert Events, Advances, and News Learn about reverse solar generation, digging up dirt on neighbors, teeny-tiny MCUs, plus some other timely topics.
Smiley’s Workshop by Joe Pardue The Arduino Classroom. Arduino 101/Chapter 5: Analog Output Get your fill of the serial class of functions, the differences between analog and digital signals, and how to use these signals to control LEDs and servomotors.
The Spin Zone by Jon McPhalen Oh, Say, Can you I2C? Sometimes programming aficionados assume concepts that are simple to them are understood by everybody when, in reality, they are not. I2C is one of these topics. Get up to speed on this protocol so you can spin circles around fellow enthusiasts.
Near Space by L. Paul Verhage A Thermometer for the Totable Thermal Vacuum Chamber I needed to know the temperature of what was going on inside my TVC while I was running tests, instead of after the test was done. I couldn’t find an affordable thermometer that mimicked near space conditions, so I turned to a homebrew solution.