N&V December 2015

N&V December 2015
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  • Vintage Computing — Building a Propeller-Based Mentoring Platform by Dane Weston
    What if you could build your own technology mentoring platform in a single afternoon, then spend hours of fun with your child or grandchild making simple computer games or exploring computer-controlled hardware circuits together?


  • Automatic Hallway Light by Derek Tombrello
    Deck your halls with automatic lighting so you don’t have to “go dark” anymore.
  • Fax On! Fax Off! The Faxer by E. Paul Alciatore III
    Don't let your fax machine hijack your phone line. Make this custom switch to disconnect it, when not in use.
  • The Smart Doorbell — A Simple Programmable Relay Project by Richard Agard
    Programmable relays are microcontroller-based devices that can replace older hard-wired electromechanical control systems. A single programmable relay can replace an array of relays, timers, and counters.


  • Tech Forum Questions
    Check out the Questions for this issue.
  • Q&A by Tim Brown
    Reader Questions Answered Here
    Plain Old Telephone Service blues, CPLDs versus FPGAs, and a sump pump alarm for when a breaker trips are the topics this time.
  • The Spin Zone by Jon McPhalen
    Some Like It Hot
    Temperature and humidity monitoring using the SHT11 module.
  • Near Space by L. Paul Verhage
    Showing Teachers One Way to Incorporate Near Space
    BalloonSats are a fantastic STEM activity for students of all ages, but first, teachers need to know how to design, build, test, and fly them.
  • Practical 3D Printing by Chuck Hellebuyck
    Fabrikator Mini
    This 3D printer is open source and the perfect size for your benchtop.
  • The Design Cycle by Fred Eady
    Automagic with the MPLAB Code Configurator.
    Join us as we put the Microchip MPLAB Code Configurator through its paces.
  • Techknowledgey by Jeff Eckert
    Events, Advances, and News
    This time, read about looney tonnes, mini Android PCs, worlds most powerful laser, the top 10 world changers, plus some other neat stuff.


  • For Learning, Old School Can be the Best School by Bryan Bergeron
    When I started out in electronics, my “junk box” of rescued parts from TVs, radios, and the like was the source of endless projects and test instruments.

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