Circuit Cellar CD 2001

Circuit Cellar CD 2001
  • Item #: CD-006-CC2001
  • Manufacturer: Circuit Cellar CD/DVD/USB

ISSUE 126
January 2001
Theme: EMBEDDED DEVELOPMENT


Task Manager—The Year in Preview, by Rob Walker, 6.
New Product News, edited by Harv Weiner, 8.
Reader I/O, 11.
The Geo-sentry—A System with Brawn, by Mark Balch, 12.
A Class Act—Making Your Own PCBs, by Paul Verhage, 20.
Design for Reliabilty, Maintainablity, and Safety—Part 2: Digging Deeper, by George Novacek, 28.
Embedded Living—What's New on The (Automation) Home Front?, by Mike Baptiste, 54.
MicroSeries—Fundamentals of Second-Order Systems—Part 1: Where It All Began, by David Tweed, 62.
From the Bench—Where's Waldo?: PInpointing Location by Interfacing with a GPS Reciever, by Jeff Bachiochi, 70.
Silicon Update—Sweet Sixteen, by Tom Cantell, 78.
Priority Interrupt—Electronic Evolution, by Steve Ciarcia, 96.
 EMBEDDED PC SECTION
Nouveau PC, edited by Harv Weiner, 40.
Real-Time PC—A Cup of Java—Part 2: Standard Java in Real-Time Embedded Systems, by Ingo Cyliax, 42.
Applied PCs—Rabbit Season—Part 5: A Board You Can Afford, by Fred Eady, 48.

 

ISSUE 127
February 2001
Theme: SIGNAL PROCESSING


Task Manager—Signal Corps, by Rob Walker, 6.
New Product News, edited by Harv Weiner, 9.
Reader I/O, 11.
Quirks And SHARCs, by Michael Smith, 12.
An Altimeter For the Traveling Man, by Radek Vaclavik, 20.
Enabling The Couch Potato—Building a Remote-Controlled AV Switch with S-Video, by Jerry Wasinger, 28.
Working With AVR Microcontrollers—A Design Logic 2001 Primer, by Stuart Ball, 32.
Enhancing Automotive Subsystem Design with LIN—Implementing a LIN Protocol-to-CAN Gateway, by Thomas Schmidt, 60.
Above The Ground Plane—Bring the Noise!, The Analog Side of X10, by Ed Nisley, 66.
From the Bench—Car 54, Where (Exactly) are You?: Adding E-Mail Capabilities to your Project, by Jeff Bachiochi, 72.
Silicon Update—'51 Soldiers On, by Tom Cantell, 80.
Priority Interrupt—So, Where Were the Tanks, by Steve Ciarcia, 96.
 EMBEDDED PC SECTION
Nouveau PC, edited by Harv Weiner, 40.
Real-Time PC—A Cup of Java Part 3: Embedded and Real-Time Solutions, by Ingo Cyliax, 42.
Applied PCs—One Thin DIME—Getting on the 'Net with DOS, by Fred Eady, 46.

 

ISSUE 128
March 2001
Theme: ROBOTICS

Task Manager—Aye Robot, by Rob Walker, 6.
New Product News, edited by Harv Weiner, 8.
The Phoenix Rises to Victory, by John Piccirillo, 10.
Building Organic Robots with Students—A How-To Lesson, by Ken Boone, 18.
Fighting Fire with Robots—How to Build a Mobile Robot Base, by Mike Dvorsky, 26.
From the Oil Field to Your Home—The Geo--Mite's Sensitivity Can't be Beat, by David Penrose, 40.
Build a Lightweight R/C Receiver, by Ron Jesme, 46.
Fundamentals of Second-Order Systems—Part 3: Active Systems And Servos, by Dave Tweed, 52.
Wire is Passe, by Mike Baptiste, 60.
From the Bench—Getting a Grip on Complex Integration: Looking at FPSLIC, by Jeff Bachiochi, 72.
Silicon Update—SoC Hop, by Tom Cantell, 80.
Priority Interrupt—One Man’s Junk, by Steve Ciarcia, 96.
EMBEDDED PC SECTION
Nouveau PC, edited by Harv Weiner, 65.
Applied PCs—Launching E-Mail, by Fred Eady, 66.

 

ISSUE 129
April 2001
Theme: EMBEDDED APPLICATIONS


Task Manager—One for the Money…, by Rob Walker, 6.
New Product News, edited by Rick Prescott, 8.
DDS-GEN—Part 1: A High-Performance DDS Generator, by Robert Lacoste, 12.
PIC This Lock, by David Ward, 20.
A Sure Thing—Guaranteeing 99.99999% Reliability, by George Novacek, 28.
A Single-chip PN Sequence Generator, by Tom Napier, 36.
Flash Gang Programmer for Microcontrollers, by Noel Rios, 44.
Above the Ground Plane—Have You Seen the Light, by Ed Nisley, 66
From the Bench—See Through the FOG Using Fixed-Point Calculations: Fiber Optic Gyros, by Jeff Bachiochi, 70.
Silicon Update—Motor City MCU, by Tom Cantell, 76.
Priority Interrupt—An Embedded Future, by Steve Ciarcia, 96.
EMBEDDED PC SECTION
Nouveau PC, edited by Rick Prescott, 56.
Applied PCs—Just Like in the Movies: Working with SBC-386EX-S, by Fred Eady, 60.

 

ISSUE 130
May 2001
Theme: MEASUREMENT AND SENSORS


Task Manager—Clear As Mud, by Rob Walker, 6.
New Product News, edited by Rick Prescott, 8.
Measurement and Sensing with the MPC565, by Andrew Lillie, 10.
The Yard-Stick, by David Penrose, 16.
Frequency Meter Metal Detector, by Andrei Chtchedrine & Yuri Kolokolov, 26.
Ultrasonic Anemometry Anyone?, by Gordon Dick, 30.
Applied PCs—Return of the SBC: Multitasking Applications with SBC-386EX-S, by Fred Eady, 40
DDS-GEN—Part 2: The Generator, by Robert Lacoste, 50.
Behavioral Plant Simulation for Testing a Control Algorithm, by Kenneth Baker, 60.
From the Bench—Taking a Cue from the Cat, by Jeff Bachiochi, 70.
Silicon Update—The Company Formerly Known As Scenix, by Tom Cantrell, 76.
Priority Interrupt—Watch Out for the Bears, by Steve Ciarcia, 96.

 

ISSUE 131
June 2001
Theme: COMMUNICATIONS

Task Manager—In the Right Game, by Rob Walker, 6.
New Product News, edited by Rick Prescott, 8.
Wireless Data Link, by Tom Dahlin & Donald Krantz, 10.
High Performance Oscilloscope Amplitude Calibrator, by Stephan Goldstein, 20.
Under the Sea: A SCUBA Dive Monitor, by David Smith, 30.
Electronics Lab, by Mariano Barron & Javier Martinez, 38.
Applied PCs—Working with a Player, by Fred Eady, 48
The Road to Success: Driven to Design Contest Winners, by Rob Walker, 56.
Above The Ground Plane—Can’t Set Your Clock, by Ed Nisley, 60.
From the Bench—Intelligible HUBbub, by Jeff Bachiochi, 68.
Silicon Update—Power Tripped, by Tom Cantrell, 76.
Priority Interrupt—Still Doing the Old Stuff Better, by Steve Ciarcia, 96.

 

ISSUE 132
July 2001
Theme: EMBEDDED PROGRAMMING


Task Manager—Are We There Yet?, by Rob Walker, 6.
New Product News, edited by Rick Prescott, 9.
The Lighter Side of Programming: How to Improve a Singing Fish, by Marsette Vona, 12.
Keyless Entry Control System, by Steve Hsiung, 20.
USB, FTDI Style, by Jeff Pollard, 28.
A New View: An Award-Winning 3-D Telemeter Project, by Robert Lacoste, 32.
Inductive Sensors, by George Novacek, 38.
Put Telepathy to the Test, by Tom Napier, 44.
Applied PCs—Tuning the Data Radio: Wireless Data Communication, by Fred Eady, 54.
Steplocked Magic Sine Waves, by Don Lancaster, 60.
From the Bench—The Missing (Wireless) Link, by Jeff Bachiochi, 66.
Silicon Update—Liquid Crystal Delight, by Tom Cantrell, 74.
Priority Interrupt—Trade Show Paradigms, by Steve Ciarcia, 96.

 

ISSUE 133
August 2001
Theme: INTERNET AND CONNECTIVITY


Task Manager—Fixing What Isn’t Broken, by Rob Walker, 6.
New Product News, edited by Rick Prescott, 8.
Reader I/O, 13.
Implementing a Two-Wire RS-485 Network, by Praveen P. Deshpande, 14.
Magnetic Position Tracker, by Juan Herrera, 22.
My fAVRorite Family of Micros, by Brian Millier, 34.
Applied PCs—Linux, All Grown Up, by Fred Eady, 42.
Optimize Your PIC, by Daniel Ramirez, 46.
PIC Floating Point, by Dennis Nagel, 52.
Poolside in April: Building a Solar-Powerd Pool Heater, by Loren Hunt, 56.
Above The Ground Plane—Mic Check: A Communication System for Cyclists, by Ed Nisley, 62.
From the Bench—MSP430 News Flash: Recognizing The Flexibility of Reprogramming, by Jeff Bachiochi, 68.
Silicon Update—Listening Chips, by Tom Cantrell, 74.
Priority Interrupt—Reset Registers, by Steve Ciarcia, 96.

 

ISSUE 134
September 2001
Theme: EMBEDDED DEVELOPMENT


Task Manager—Wildfire or Controlled Burn?, by Rob Walker, 6.
New Product News, edited by Rick Prescott, 8.
Hardware for Embedded Systems, by William Dowell, 12.
Targeting Europe: Implementing CANopen, by Olaf Pfeiffer, 20.
Listen Anywhere: A Wireless MP3 Remote Jukebox, by Brian Millier, 26.
Pigeons, Pooches, and PICs, by Gordon Dick, 38.
Applied PCs—The Progress of 8051: The iKit2000, by Fred Eady, 48.
An Exponential Sweep Frequency Generator, by Tom Napier, 60.
From the Bench—Technology that Improves with Age: Eliminate Senior Moments with SAMI, by Jeff Bachiochi, 66.
Silicon Update—Bluetruth: Houston, We Have a Problem, by Tom Cantrell, 74.
Priority Interrupt—After You’ve Thoroughly Infuriated Me, by Steve Ciarcia, 96.

 

ISSUE 135
October 2001
Theme: ANALOG TECHNIQUES


Task Manager—It’s Magic, by Rob Walker, 6.
New Product News, edited by Rick Prescott, 8.
Considering an Analog Filter, by Tom Napier, 12.
Simultaneous Analog-to-Digital Conversions, by Andrew Lillie, 18.
The Need For Speed: An Accurate Speedometer, by Eric Kesselring, 28.
Robot Sensor Controller Board—Part 1: The Brain, by Daniel Ramirez, 38.
Applied PCs—The Basics of USB, by Fred Eady, 48.
Above The Ground Plane—Learning from the Past: A Look at a Chrome Lollipop, by Ed Nisley, 54.
Telling Time and Temperature: Building an All-Purpose Portable Device, by Brian Merritt, 60.
From the Bench—A New Thermometer: Replacing Mercury with a Thermistor, by Jeff Bachiochi, 66.
Silicon Update—High Five: An Up and Coming Micro Supplier, by Tom Cantrell, 74.
Priority Interrupt—No Unpopulated Territory, by Steve Ciarcia, 96.

 

ISSUE 136
November 2001
Theme: WIRELESS COMMUNICATION


Guest Task Manager—One Man’s Trash…, by Ingo Cyliax, 4.
New Product News, edited by Rick Prescott, 8.
An RF Lap-Scoring System, by Pete Cross, 10.
Robot Sensor Controller Board—Part 2: How The Brain Works, by Daniel Ramirez, 20.
Build a Wireless Weather Station, by Jerry Wasinger, 34.
Measuring RF Field Strength, by SE Nickols, 44.
Applied PCs—PICing a Place on the LAN, by Fred Eady, 50.
Successfully Choosing IR Technology, by Bruce Reynolds, 58.
From the Bench—Probe This, by Jeff Bachiochi, 68.
Silicon Update—The Last Micro?, by Tom Cantrell, 74.
Priority Interrupt—Moving Forward, by Steve Ciarcia, 96.

 

ISSUE 137
December 2001
Theme: GRAPHICS AND VIDEO

Task Manager—Looking Back, by Rob Walker, 6.
New Product News, edited by Rick Prescott, 8.
Why Not GNU?, by Bill Gatliff, 10
An Integrated PWM Light Controller—Part 1: The Light Controller, by Richard Soja, 20
Design Logic 2001 Contest Winners, by Rob Walker, 31
Streaming Multimedia—The MPEG-4 Approach, by Weal Badawy, 36
Does Your PIC Quack? —Adding Sound to a Traning Device, by Gordon Dick, 42
Design2K Winner—SatPoint Project, by Kenneth Trussell, 54
Above the Ground Plane—UHF Wire Sculpture, by Ed Nisley, 48
Applied PCs—When Problems Strike Your PICDEM Project, by Fred Eady, 62.
From the Bench—Desktop Status from NetMedia, by Jeff Bachiochi, 70.
Silicon Update—Ready, Steady, Go, by Tom Cantrell, 78.
Priority Interrupt—Who's Really Organized Anyway?, by Steve Ciarcia, 96. 

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