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N&V February 2015

N&V February 2015
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Features

  • A Simple FerroElectric Memory by Joe T. Evans, Jr 
    Using some silicon magic, construct your very own two-bit non-volatile memory to perform experiments or utilize during operation of a microprocessor.
  • Designing Antenna Systems by John Belliveau KA1WRH 
    Here are some thoughts on assembling a radio antenna system that is focused on simple and readily available components.
  • All About PIC Analog Comparators by Thomas Henry 
    Even though analog comparators are not especially exotic, they certainly rate as one of the most useful building blocks in a wide variety of circuits.
  • Getting the Most from Tech Support by Chris Savage 
    With technology being such an integral part of our lives these days, sooner or later you’re probably going to have to call for help with something. Here are some suggestions on how to get the most from your experience from one of the guys who answers those phones.

Projects

  • The 8x8 RGB LED Matrix Display and the Arduino by Jerry Spring 
    Challenge your imagination with the vast functionality available with this colorful display.
  • MIDI Buddy by Craig Lindley
    New to MIDI? Then, you need a Buddy to experiment with and learn about this musical protocol.

Columns

  • Techknowledgey by Jeff Eckert
    Events, Advances, and News
    Read about a world’s record in data transmission, a real time translator, a new flavor of Pi, plus some other interesting stuff.
  • Q&A by Tim Brown
    Reader Questions Answered Here
    Questions about the size of satellite dishes and why there’s a lump in your power cable are answered.
  • The Spin Zone by Jon McPhalen
    Load and Go!
    Discover a way to selectively run multiple applications that wouldn’t normally fit into 32K of memory.
  • The Design Cycle by Fred Eady
    Numbats and Morays and Wi-Fi, Oh My!
    Numbats and Morays and Wi-Fi, Oh My! Biologically, eels and anteaters are on the opposite ends of the animal world scale. Convert them to silicon and the combination of snouts, hair, teeth, and scales makes for a pretty good W-Fi sensor node development platform. This month's column takes the brand new Moray Wi-Fi development board and its Numbat networking module for a monitor and control spin on the Internet.
  • Near Space by L. Paul Verhage
    CubeSats — Part 2: The Basic Subassemblies.
    Learn about some of the kits and basic subsystems that are now available for starting your own space program using CubeSats.
  • Practical 3D Printing by Chuck Hellebuyck
    A Custom 3D Printed Case for CHIPINO
    Here’s an example of how to use your 3D printer to design a custom enclosure.

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