N&V June 2015
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  • Arduino Based Data Acquisition by Eric Bogatin 
    If you enjoy data and acquiring and measuring it easily, then you’re going to love this method that utilizes Microsoft Excel and PLX-DAQ from Parallax with a low cost Arduino.
  • Fix Up that Old Radio! by J.W. Koebel 
    In this final installment, go through the rest of the repair process, a first power-up, and aligning the radio’s tuning dial on our 1937 DeWald classic.
  • Beyond the Arduino — Part 4 by Andrew Retallack 
    All we want to do is talk to our microcontroller. So, let’s do it the old fashioned way: using serial communication.


  • Build an Electronic Lock by Dev Gualtieri 
    Here’s a simple and inexpensive electronic key system you can incorporate into various items that can be constructed with or without a microcontroller.
  • Build a Wireless Freezer Alarm by Ron Newton 
    With the cost of food constantly rising, you don’t want to risk losing anything to an undetected malfunction. Keep this alarm handy to alert you if your freezer goes on the fritz.
  • Using Serial Bluetooth With a Microcontroller by Craig Lindley 
    See how to stream serial data via Bluetooth and build a Crystal Palace in the process.


  • Techknowledgey by Jeff Eckert
    Events, Advances, and News
    Read about gearing up for millimeter-wave communications, an IoT starter kit in the offing, wising up your vehicle, looking young again, plus some other stuff.
  • Q&A by Tim Brown
    Reader Questions Answered Here
    Get help with finding components and using ice melt tape controls.
  • The Spin Zone by Jon McPhalen
    Tag ’Em, Danno!
    Passive RFID tags are very popular devices for access control, and now they’re affordable.
  • Near Space by L. Paul Verhage
    CubeSats — Part 4
    Programs to Launch CubeSats. Discover some of the ways these mini satellites are reaching space, and are making personal space exploration a reality.
  • Practical 3D Printing by Chuck Hellebuyck
    Tool Stand for Low Cost Rotary Tool
    Need more room on your workbench? Then, create custom holders for your tools and their accessories.
  • The Design Cycle by Fred Eady
    Adding a microSD Card Demystified
    You don’t have to be a certified rocket scientist to add microSD capability to your 32-bit PIC microcontroller project. This edition of Design Cycle will demystify the process of adding a microSD card to your design. To make adding that microSD worthwhile, we will also implement a PIC32MX microSD bootloader.

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