N&V February 2016

N&V February 2016
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  • The Remarkable CSS555 by James Senft
    The CSS555 is a micropower programmable version of the 555 family of timer ICs.
  • Why You Need an Analog Front End and How to Set It Up by Eric Bogatin
    How to make your sensors talk nice to your microcontroller.


  • Build a Digital Decade Box by Roger Secura
    Having the right tool makes any job easier. This decade box allows you to select a required resistance with a couple of switches — so no more checking with an ohmmeter to see the actual resistance value.
  • Build a Fun Wind Speed Tracker with a Raspberry Pi by David Goodsell
    The tiny plot on my Davis weather station’s LCD screen is not very resolved and I wanted it to be better ... a whole lot better. The solution: a Raspberry Pi!


  • Tech Forum Questions
    Check out the Questions for this issue.
  • PICAXE Primer by Ron Hackett
    Building A Simple Data Logger
    Implement a simple 08M2 based data logger that monitors and records the real time temperature of a backyard grill.
  • The Design Cycle by Fred Eady
    ARMed and Dangerous
    If you’ve ever written code for any other microcontroller, you can write code for an ARM microcontroller.
  • Near Space by L. Paul Verhage
    North American/Guatemala Near Space Alliance
    When an amateur radio operator from Guatemala asked for help in kicking off his first launch, the near space community couldn’t resist but help out.
  • Practical 3D Printing by Chuck Hellebuyck
    3D Print A Breadboard Base With Sidecar Supports
    This 3D printed breadboard base with sidecar supports makes projects portable when all that connects the boards together is wires.
  • Open Communication by Louis E. Frenzel
    The Internet of Things. Who Needs It?
    Now that most of the affluent world is connected to the Internet, why not connect everything else?
  • Q&A by Tim Brown
    Reader Questions Answered Here
    Questions on Cat-5 cabling, plus the mysteries of electronic filters are explained.


  • Leaded Components: Reports of their death have been greatly exaggerated by Bryan Bergeron
    If you’re just getting into electronics, don’t be dismayed — or distracted — by the world of SMT. A traditional perfboard, a good supply of leaded components, and a few schematics to work from will get you started.

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