Circuit Cellar CD 1999

Circuit Cellar CD 1999
  • Item #: CD-004-CC1999
  • Manufacturer: Circuit Cellar CD/DVD/USB

ISSUE 102
January 1999
Theme: EMBEDDED PROCESSORS

Task Manager—Everything Old is New Again, Elizabeth Laurencot, 2.
Reader I/O, 6.
New Product News, 8.
Multiprocessor Communications—Part 1: Methods for Com-municating, by Stuart Ball, 14.
Developing A Custom Integrated Processor—Analysing the Price/Performance Tradeoff, by Joe Circello & Sylvia Thirtle, 20.
Using Java In Embedded Systems, by Vladimir Ivanovic and Mike Mahar, 26.
Music At Your Fingertips—Guitar Effects via Remote Control, by Hank Wallace, 36.
The PCL3013 Step/Servo Motor Controller In Action, by Gordon Dick, 62.
MicroSeries—TPU—Part 1: A Coprocessor for Timing Functions, by Joe DiBartolmeo, 68.
From The Bench—Can You Feel the Beat?, by Jeff Bachiochi, 76.
Silicon Update—Wires, Wires Everwhere–The RF Solution, by Tom Cantrell, 80.
Priority Interrupt—‘Net Worth, by Steve Ciarcia, 96.
EMBEDDED PC SECTION
Nouveau PC, edited by Harv Weiner, 42.
Real-Time PC—Embedded RT-Linux, Part 3: Networking, by Ingo Cyliax, 47.
Applied PCs—In the Face of Medusa, Part 1: Developing Reliable Control, by Fred Eady 56.

 

ISSUE 103
February 1999
Theme: REAL-WORLD PROGRAMMING

Task Manager—Avoiding the Fuzzy Faux Pas, Elizabeth Laurencot, 2.
Reader I/O, 6.
New Product News, 8.
Fuzzy Logic Becomes Velvet Programming, by Walter Banks, 12.
Truck Speed Limiter Control, by Constantin von Altrok, 16.
Fuzzy Footfalls—Pressure Sensing in a Medical Shoe, by Constantin von Altrok, 20.
C++ LITE—A C++ Dialect for Embedded Systems, by John Carbone, 26.
Multiprocessor Communications—Part 2: Serial Communication Methods, by Stuart Ball, 34.
MicroSeries—TPU—Part 2: Freeing the CPU, by Joe DiBartolmeo, 66.
From The Bench—JTAG Testability, by Jeff Bachiochi, 74.
Silicon Update—Car 1451 Where are You–A look at the 1451 Standard, by Tom Cantrell, 78.
Priority Interrupt—Survey 101, by Steve Ciarcia, 96.
EMBEDDED PC SECTION
Nouveau PC, edited by Harv Weiner, 42.
An OS For Test And Measurement, by Thomas Wall and Mike Bauer, 46.
Real-Time PC—Embedded RT-Linux, Part 4: Developing Under Linux gcc/gdb, by Ingo Cyliax, 51.
Applied PCs—In the Face of Medusa, Part 2: A Whole New Solution, by Fred Eady 59.

 

ISSUE 104
March 1999
Theme: AUTOMATION AND CONTROL

Task Manager—Archival Alternatives, Elizabeth Laurencot, 2.
Reader I/O, 6.
New Product News, 8.
A CEBus Plug-And-Play Relay, by Peter House, 12.
In Black And White—A Barcode Decoder, by Craig Pataky, 18.
Driving In New Directions—A Chipset for Vehicle Control Sys-tems, by Ross Bannatyne, 22.
Web-based Circuit Engineering, by Bob Perrin, 28.
MicroSeries—TPU—Part 3: Programming in Microcode, by Joe DiBartolmeo, 62.
From The Bench—JTAG Working with CoolPLD, by Jeff Bachiochi, 70.
Silicon Update—Flash Forward–The 68HC908GP20, by Tom Cantrell, 76.
Priority Interrupt—Paper is Dead?, by Steve Ciarcia, 96.
EMBEDDED PC SECTION
Nouveau PC, edited by Harv Weiner, 40.
Embedded Framework And Foundations, by Richard Russel, 43.
Real-Time PC—Embedded RT-Linux, Part 5: Real-Time Program-ming, by Ingo Cyliax, 49.
Applied PCs—ICE on Tap, Part 1: SuperTAP Setup, by Fred Eady 57.

 

ISSUE 105
April 1999
Theme: DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING


Task Manager—School's in Session, Elizabeth Laurencot, 2.
Reader I/O, 6.
New Product News, 8.
Integrating Flash Memory In An Embedded System, by Ethan Bordeaux and Stefan Hacker, 12.
Embedded PWM Signals, by Andrew Lillie, 20.
Thermister-Based Conditional Output Sensor, by R.K. Kamat, G.M. Naik, and G.G. Tengshe, 28.
Video Switch, by Cullen Jennings, 28.
MicroSeries—TPU—Part 4: Scheduler and Microcoding, by Joe DiBartolmeo, 62.
From The Bench—Dallas 1-Wire Devices, Part 1: One on One, by Jeff Bachiochi, 72.
Silicon Update—Maximicro, by Tom Cantrell, 78.
Priority Interrupt—Sitting in the Dark, by Steve Ciarcia, 96.
EMBEDDED PC SECTION
Nouveau PC, edited by Harv Weiner, 42.
WIN32 And Real Time, by Peter Peterson and Tom Schotland, 45.
Real-Time PC—Astronomical Issues, Part 1: Introduction to Embedded Astronomy, by Ingo Cyliax, 49.
Applied PCs—ICE on Tap, Part 2: Emulating over Ethernet, by Fred Eady 57.

 

ISSUE 106
May 1999
Theme: MEASUREMENT AND SENSORS


Task Manager—Sensing the Obvious, Elizabeth Laurencot, 2.
Reader I/O, 6.
New Product News, 8.
Graphing Weather Monitor, by Mark Bauman, 12.
Accurate Linear Measurement Using LVTs, by George Novacek, 20.
Sensing Water With Multiple ElectrodesENSING WATER WITH MULTIPLE ELECTRODES, by Jack O'Neill, 28.
MicroSeries—USB Primer—Part 1: Practical Design Guide, by Mike Zerkus, John Lusher, and Jonathan Ward, 58.
From The Bench—Dallas 1-Wire Devices, Part 2: All on One, by Jeff Bachiochi, 70.
Silicon Update—Betting on Webware, by Tom Cantrell, 78.
Priority Interrupt—What’s in a Name?, by Steve Ciarcia, 96.
EMBEDDED PC SECTION
Nouveau PC, edited by Harv Weiner, 36.
PalmPilot Application, Using Open Source Tools for Development, by Richard Ames, 38.
Real-Time PC—Astronomical Issues, Part 2: Radio Astronomy, by Ingo Cyliax, 45.
Applied PCs—Embedded Internet, Part 1: On the Network, by Fred Eady 52.

 

ISSUE 107
June 1999
Theme: COMMUNICATIONS


Task Manager—Not Just One of the Guys, Elizabeth Laurencot, 2.
Reader I/O, 6.
New Product News, 8.
Low-Cost Software Bell-202 Modem, by Stephen Holland, 12.
Designing RS-485 Circuits, by Jan Axelson, 20.
A Web-Based Chart Recorder, by Paul Breed, 26.
Embedded OSs For Internet Appliances, by David Brooks, 58.
Compact Optical Image Scanner, by John Luo, 64.
MicroSeries—USB Primer—Part 2: Classes and Drivers, by Jim Lyle, 68.
From The Bench—Look Ma, No Hands: The Qproc Touchless Sensor, by Jeff Bachiochi, 74.
Silicon Update—XLR8R: Working with Accelerometers, by Tom Cantrell, 78.
Priority Interrupt—Servings Per Issue, by Steve Ciarcia, 96.
EMBEDDED PC SECTION
Nouveau PC, edited by Harv Weiner, 38.
Embedded Ethernet Fundamentals, by Aaron Feen, 41.
Real-Time PC—Astronomical Issues, Part 3: Filters and Undersampling, by Ingo Cyliax, 45.
Applied PCs—Embedded Internet, Part 2: TCP/IP and a 16-bit Compiler, by Fred Eady 51.

 

ISSUE 108
July 1999
Theme: ROBOTICS

Task Manager—Is the Head Screwed on Straight?, Elizabeth Laurencot, 6.
New Product News, 8.
Sniffing Robot—Robotic Odor Perception, by Silvio Tresoldi, 12.
A PC-Based Controller For The Stiquito Robot, by James M. Conrad and Jonathan W. Mills, 18.
Internet Appliance InterfaceNTERNET APPLIANCE INTERFACE, by Myron Loewen, 24.
Low-Cost Data Acquisition System, by Michael Bading, 56.
Turn The Page—Pager Technology in Embedded Control, by Ingo Cyliax, 64.
MicroSeries—USB Primer—Part 3: Low-Speed USB Host Control-ler, by Glen Reuschling, 70.
From The Bench—Demystifying LCD Muxing, by Jeff Bachiochi, 74.
Silicon Update—Eye Candy: Camera Chips, by Tom Cantrell, 78.
Priority Interrupt—Circuit Cellar Online, by Steve Ciarcia, 96.
EMBEDDED PC SECTION
Nouveau PC, edited by Harv Weiner, 36.
PC/104 Takes A Ride—Embedding PC in a Robot, by Jeanne Dietsch, William Kennedy, John Belanger, and Kurt Konolige, 38.
Real-Time PC—Astronomical Issues, Part 4: Digital Radio Software, by Ingo Cyliax, 42.
Applied PCs—Easy DOS it, by Fred Eady 50.

 

ISSUE 109
August 1999
Theme: DEVELOPMENT AND DEBUGGING


Task Manager—Persistence Pays, Elizabeth Laurencot, 6.
New Product News, 8.
Reader I/O, 11.
System-On-Chip With Virtual Components, by Thomas Anderson, 12.
Debugging, In-Circuit Style, by John Andrews and John Day, 20.
Induction Motors—Part 1: A Different VFD, by Gordon Dick, 26.
Flash Memories Do Double Duty, by Kenneth Ciszewski, 32.
MicroSeries—USB Primer—Part 4: Building a USB Host Controller, by Glen Reuschling, 60.
From The Bench—A Familiar Face: Driving 144 LCD Segments I 2 C Style, by Jeff Bachiochi, 74.
Silicon Update—DSP Doings, by Tom Cantrell, 76.
Priority Interrupt—All in the Family, by Steve Ciarcia, 96.
EMBEDDED PC SECTION
Nouveau PC, edited by Harv Weiner, 38.
Beyond The 'x86 1-MB Memory Address Limit, by Stewart Christie, 40.
Real-Time PC—Where in the World—Part 1: GPS Introduction, by Ingo Cyliax, 48.
Applied PCs—Data Serving via the Internet—Part 1:Setting Up, by Fred Eady, 53.

 

ISSUE 110
September 1999
Theme: EMBEDDED APPLICATIONS

Task Manager—On the Home (Automation) Front, Elizabeth Laurencot, 6.
New Product News, 8.
Reader I/O, 11.
Talking Back—Adding Speech to Embedded Applications , by Rodger Richey, 12.
Electric Vehicle Performance Analyzer, by Kock Kin Ko, 18.
Embedded Living—Expanding the HCS-II–Making Network Mod-ules, by Mike Baptiste, 28.
Internet Control, by Jacob Apkarian, 36.
Taking Orders—A Speech-Recognition Module, by John Iovine, 62.
Induction Motors—Part 2: Working with Output, by Gordon Dick, 68.
MicroSeries—Rolling Your Own Microprocessor—The Design and Debug Process, by Monte Dalrymple, 76.
From The Bench—Get SmartMedia—What's It All About?, by Jeff Bachiochi, 80.
Silicon Update—Pick Up the Pace, by Tom Cantrell, 84.
Priority Interrupt—A Heavy Experience in List Management, by Steve Ciarcia, 96.
EMBEDDED PC SECTION
Nouveau PC, edited by Harv Weiner, 48.
Real-Time PC—Where in the World—Part 2: Data Collection In Flight, by Ingo Cyliax, 50.
Applied PCs—Data Serving via the Internet—Part 2:Forms, by Fred Eady, 57.

 

ISSUE 111
October 1999
Theme: EMBEDDED SOFTWARE


Task Manager—Open for Business, Elizabeth Laurencot, 6.
New Product News, 8.
Reader I/O, 11.
MisterHouse—An Open-Source Home Automation Program, by Bruce Winter, 12.
The Java Virtual Machine, by Dave Lyons, 20.
A Versatile Timer/Synchronizer, by Brian Millier, 24.
Calling On The Standards—Making Sure Your Modem Can Communicate, by Arthur J. Carlson, 30.
Hands-On PIC Trainer—Programming in Assembly, by Jon Varteresian, 56.
IRDA Technology—Part 1: An Overview, by Hari Ramachandran, 60.
MicroSeries—Rolling Your Own Microprocessor—Part 2: Design Application with the Rabbit-80, by Monte Dalrymple, 66.
From The Bench—Get SmartMedia—Part 2: Hands-On, by Jeff Bachiochi, 72.
Silicon Update—'Net-in-a-Chip, by Tom Cantrell, 78.
Priority Interrupt—Spreading the Wealth of Knowledge, by Steve Ciarcia, 96.
EMBEDDED PC SECTION
Nouveau PC, edited by Harv Weiner, 38.
What’s In A Name?—Windows CE vs. a Hard RTOS, by Mal Raddalgoda, 40.
Real-Time PC—Where in the World—Part 3: Fighting the Wind with GPS, by Ingo Cyliax, 45.
Applied PCs—GoAhead for Nothing—Getting the Server Started, by Fred Eady, 50.

 

ISSUE 112
November 1999
Theme: ANALOG TECHNIQUES


Task Manager—Household Varible = Steady Work, Elizabeth Laurencot, 6.
New Product News, 8.
Build A MIDI Sustain Pedal, by Bill Dudley, 12.
Working With Dual-Slope ADC, by Richard Lao, 20.
Embedded Living—Tuning into the HA Channel, by Mike Baptiste, 26.
What’s The Count—Build an AVR-Controlled Frequency Counter, by Stuart Bal, 36.
IRDA Technology—Part 2: Protocol Layers, by Hari Ramachandran, 60.
MicroSeries—High Definition TV—Part 1: Video Formats and Transport, by Mark Balch, 66.
From The Bench—Without Acceleration—Part 1: All We Have Left is Velocity, by Jeff Bachiochi, 74.
Silicon Update—LPC–The Little Processor That Could, by Tom Cantrell, 78.
Priority Interrupt—Another Typical Trip, by Steve Ciarcia, 96.
EMBEDDED PC SECTION
Nouveau PC, edited by Harv Weiner, 44.
Real-Time PC—Serial Port Interfacing, by Ingo Cyliax, 46.
Applied PCs—Sending a DOS Stamp Airmail, by Fred Eady, 52.

 

ISSUE 113
December 1999
Theme: EMBEDDED INTERFACING

Task Manager—Managing Managing Editors, Steve Meyst, 6.
New Product News, 8.
Reader I/O, 11.
The Poisson Network—A One-Way Architecture for Data-Collec-tion Applications , by Carl Huben, 12.
Being Cool Is Easy—A Temperature-Sensing Control Device, by Donald Blake, 20.
Thermoelectric Micropower Generation—An Alternative Power, by Randy Heisch, 30.
Asimov II—Getting a Near-Space Project Off the Ground, by Lloyd Paul Verhage, 34.
And The Winners Are…, by Rob Walker, 60.
MicroSeries—High Definition TV—Part 2: MPEG-2 Transport and ATSC Data Infrastructure, by Mark Balch, 62.
From The Bench—Without Acceleration—Part 2: Good (and Bad) Vibrations, by Jeff Bachiochi, 72.
Silicon Update—Test Driving a Merced with Pins, by Tom Cantrell, 78.
Priority Interrupt—Reading Between the Lines, by Steve Ciarcia, 96.
EMBEDDED PC SECTION
Nouveau PC, edited by Harv Weiner, 46.
Real-Time PC—Parallel Port Interfacing, by Ingo Cyliax, 48.
Applied PCs—Thin Is In: Clients, Servers, and Systems, by Fred Eady, 53.

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