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N&V July 2016

N&V July 2016
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Features

  • FPGAs for the Hobbyist: OpenCores by Ryan Clarke
    How to use open source hardware IP-cores from OpenCores.org on the Mojo V3 development board.
  • In-Circuit Testing Techniques by Richard Agard
    There is a technique taken from automatic test equipment called guarding that lets you calculate the exact value of an individual resistor in-circuit.

Projects

  • DIP Meter with Digital Frequency Display by Larry Cicchinelli
    Need a DIP meter? This device (with digital display) covers a frequency range of 1 MHz to 56 MHz, and can also be used as a frequency counter.
  • Water Pump Protection System by Joe Bidwell
    You will be “well” served by this five-component (or less!) project that helps protect your water supply pump.
  • Adjustable Electronic Load Using Incandescent Lamps by Paulo Oliveira
    To properly test a power supply, an adjustable load is just the ticket. See how I saved some of my light bulbs from extinction by using them as visual indicators in this adjustable electronic load.

Columns

  • Tech Forum Questions
    Check out the Questions for this issue.
  • The Ham’s Wireless Workbench by H. Ward Silver
    Waves and Propagation: Part 2 — Radio Horizon
    Not only hams can take advantage of radio propagation — everybody has a chance to experience some very interesting ways of interacting with the natural world through wireless.
  • Q&A by Tim Brown
    Reader Questions Answered Here
    Discussion on problems with a digital clock’s backlight and “miracle” energy sources.
  • The Spin Zone by Jon McPhalen
    The Key to the Code
    Matrix keypads are very useful for stand-alone embedded projects.
  • TechKnowledgey by Jeff Eckert
    Events, Advances, and News
    Information on current events, advances, and news in various technology fields.

Departments

  • The Art of Electronics: What Constitutes the Atomic Level? by Bryan Bergeron
    When teaching electronics to others, how do you determine the atomic level?

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