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N&V April 2017

N&V April 2017
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Features

  • Computer Control and Interfacing with the NI MyRIO by David Ward
    Construct a temperature control system and data logger using the NI MyRIO.
  • Take a CAN Bus for a Spin — Part 3 by Jon Titus
    Using Controller Area Network (CAN) controller interrupts and flags.
  • The Magic of the Gilbert Erector Set by David Goodsell
    Update a classic Erector Set Ferris Wheel with an Arduino.
  • Synchronizing a 60 Hz Crystal Controlled Oscillator to the Line by Dana Geiger
    Sync a digital oscillator to an analog source.
  • Translational Reality Part 2: Control the World by Playing Pong by Bryan Bergeron
    See how a classic video game can be adopted for use as a translational reality interface (TRI) to enable the player to monitor and operate a remote device by simply the classic game of Pong.

Projects

  • An Old-School Digital Clock by Bryant Julstrom
    Build a digital “old school” CMOS clock.

Columns

  • Tech Forum Questions
    Check out the Questions for this issue.
  • Near Space by L. Paul Verhage
    A BalloonSat Photometer Flight Computer
    See how to create a recording photometer for BalloonSats.
  • Open Communication by Louis E. Frenzel
    Personal Radio Technologies
    Cell phones aren’t the only option for communication with your family and friends.
  • The Design Cycle by Fred Eady
    Get “Patriot”ic with Lemos’ LoRa Radio Module
    We are going to dig through the datasheet, push the buttons, and turn the knobs on the new Patriot PW1-928 RF data transceiver module from Lemos International.
  • Q&A by Kristen McIntyre
    Reader Questions Answered Here
    Find answers to questions on modernizing an old radio’s power and monitoring a tankless hot water heater.

Departments

  • My First Time Machine — Well, at Least My First Flux Capacitor by Bryan Bergeron
    With a circuit simulator and a basic knowledge of components and circuit theory, it’s possible to simulate just about any electronic device that can be built.

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