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N&V November 2015

N&V November 2015
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Features

  • Universal Oscillator Topologies and Applications by Ron Hoffman
    Explore and analyze several circuits that you can use to make light dimmers, PWM motor speed controllers, model train controllers, heater controls, and a host of other applications.
  • Beyond the Arduino — Part 7 by Andrew Retallack
    It’s all in the timers. Timers are very useful in embedded systems, and this discussion covers enough ground to get you up and running using them.

Projects

  • Monitor Your Christmas Tree Water Level with a Voltmeter and an R-2R Ladder by Tom Bensky
    Here’s a quick circuit that will let you know if you need to add water or not to the reservoir for your Christmas tree.
  • It’s Beginning to Look a littleBits Like Christmas by Dave Prochnow
    Forget the soldering iron! Grab your box of littleBits and put together these five festive projects that will be sure to get you in that holiday spirit.
  • Thinking of You by Craig Lindley
    ToY with the idea of keeping in touch with loved ones all through the year with this novel device.
  • GPS Unit for Tracking Coffee by Ron Newton
    In this day and age of electronics, you can practically track everything. So, why not apply that to the quality of the coffee sitting in the pot?

Columns

  • Q&A by Tim Brown
    Reader Questions Answered Here
    Automotive battery amp-hour capacity at a slow discharge rate is covered, plus a full Mail Bag.
  • PICAXE Primer by Ron Hackett
    PICAXE-PC Serial Communication Part 4
    PICAXE-PC Serial Communication Part 4. Discover three different approaches to transferring data from a PICAXE project to a PC, then test out the FRAM breakout board being utilized.
  • Open Communication by Louis E. Frenzel
    EMI/RFI: The Bane of Wireless
    Practically every electronic device is both an interference generator and susceptible to interference. Here’s a brief introduction to this natural phenomenon and how to minimize it.
  • The Design Cycle by Fred Eady
    Make Mine MURS
    If you need a radio that can transfer data and control devices over long distances and don’t want the hassle of having to obtain a license, MURS is for you. This month’s edition of Design Cycle will introduce you to the world of Multi-Use Radio Service through the eyes of a NiM1B VHF radio mounted on a narrow band evaluation kit carrier board.
  • The Ham’s Wireless Workbench by H. Ward Silver
    Protecting Inputs and Outputs
    If you’re taking your equipment out into the field, you’re gonna want to make sure it’s protected from any “glitch gremlins” that might be lurking about.

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