N&V October 2016

N&V October 2016
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  • Choosing an Oscilloscope by Alan Lowne
    15 tips that can make selecting the appropriate oscilloscope for your task at hand a lot easier.


  • Tricky Train Control with an Analog VOX by Randy Keenan
    Use voice control to manipulate your model train set. This circuit is also perfect to implement on other types of projects you’d like to command with your words.
  • Build the Toilet Sentinel by Larry Cicchinelli
    Build a Toilet Sentinel circuit that alerts you when the toilet flapper has not sealed properly, allowing water to continue to run.
  • Make Your Own Portable Media Center by Craig Lindley
    With a few pieces of hardware and a Raspberry Pi, you can have a traveling entertainment system that fits in the palm of your hand.


  • Tech Forum Questions
    Check out the Questions for this issue.
  • Q&A by Kristen McIntyre
    Reader Questions Answered Here
    Questions regarding how to build a gate and a case where battery polarity is not important are addressed, plus help is provided regarding a set of Archer ICs.
  • Open Communication by Louis E. Frenzel
    What’s in the Works for Wireless?
    Wireless is so ubiquitous these days, we take it for granted. However, there are even more things to expect for/from it in the future.
  • Near Space by L. Paul Verhage
    My First Near Space Payload to Need an FAA Waiver
    Setting “records” with a particular secret near space payload that required special FAA clearance.
  • Practical 3D Printing by Chuck Hellebuyck
    Resistor/Diode Tester
    Modifying a previous 3D print into a different kind of component holder.
  • The Design Cycle by Fred Eady
    Get Up and Running Quickly with BLE
    Use Microchip’s new BM70 Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) radio module and you’ll be able to communicate with your smartphone without any low-level BLE programming or expensive compilers and programmers.


  • Self-Monitoring Made Easy by Bryan Bergeron
    It’s never been easier or more affordable to self-monitor everything from your heart rate to your body fat composition.

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