Circuit Cellar CD 2003

Circuit Cellar CD 2003
  • Item #: CD-008-CC2003
  • Manufacturer: Circuit Cellar CD/DVD/USB

ISSUE 150
January 2003
Theme: Embedded Applications


Task Manager—No Strings Attached by Jennifer Huber, 4.
New Product News, edited by John Gorsky, 8.
Use Frequency Modulation to Send ASCII Data, by Tom Napier, 12
The PSoC RangedFinder—A Simple Ultrasonic Distance Meter, by Fabio Piana, 26
Robotics Corner: The (G)Eiger Sanction—The Design, Construction, and Interfacing of a Simple Radiation Detector, by Tom Dahlin
Where is the Hardware, by Enoch Hwang, 32
AVR Video Generator —Teaching Programmong and Graphics, by Bruce Land, 40
Building an Electric Airplane, by George Novacek, 44
Embedded XML—Make your Customer's IT Department Happy, by Edward Steinfeld, 52
ARMs to ARMs—Part 3: Working in the World of ARM, by Robert Martin, 68
Applied PCs: Construct an ATA Hard Drive Controller, by Fred Eady, 58
From the Bench: GUI Interfacing—A Straightforward, Simple Solution, by Jeff Bachiochi, 72
Silicon Update: Going Mobile, by Tom Cantrell, 78
Priority Interrupt—Inside the Box Still Counts, by Steve Ciarcia, 96.

 

ISSUE 151
February 2003
Theme: Communications

Task Manager—Triumph Over New Year's Resolution, by Jennifer Huber, 4.
New Product News, edited by John Gorsky, 8.
USB Parallel Port, by Jan van de Kamer, 12
MCS-51 SBC for the Classroom—Part 1: Hardware, by Praveen Deshpande, &Viraj Bhanage, 20
GPS-GSM Mobile Navigator, by Ma Chao & Lin Ming, 30
A Wireless Indoor/Outdoor Humidity Meter, by Ken Macleish, 38
Robotics Corner: Easy Image Processing Camera Interfacing for Robotics, by Daniel Herrington, 44
Applied PCs: A P89C668 Development Board for 8051 Fans, by Fred Eady, 54
Above The Ground Plane: Nonlinear Mixing, by Ed Nisley, 68
Short Solution: Simple EL-Lamp Driver, by D. Prabakaran
From the Bench: Newcomer Nitron—Motorola's Leading 8/16-Pin MCSs, by Jeff Bachiochi, 68
Silicon Update: Working the 'Net, by Tom Cantrell, 78
Priority Interrupt—Real People, by Steve Ciarcia, 96.

 

ISSUE 152
March 2003
Theme: Signal Processing


Task Manager—HCSII Evolution , by Jennifer Huber, 4.
New Product News, edited by John Gorsky, 8.
2-D Optical Position Sensor, by Roger Johnson & Chris Lentz, 10
Intelligent Light-Effects Controller for Enterainment Systems, by Victor Kremin, 20
MCS-51 SBC for the Classroom—Part 2: Software Development, by Praveen Desphande & Prajakta Desphande, 28
Updaitng The Home Contro System —Part 1: FPGA Upgrade Board, by Robert Morrison, 40
Build an MP3 Player, by Jan Szymanski, 46
Using Rotary Encoders as Input Devices, Brian Millier, 54
Alook at Computer Viruses, Chris Cantrell, 60
Applied PCs: Get Hooked on Video With the STV5730A, by Fred Eady, 66
From the Bench: The Switching Approach— Infiltrating the Linear Supply Market, by Jeff Bachiochi, 74
Silicon Update:Not Fading Away, by Tom Cantrell, 78
Priority Interrupt—Hammers are for Wimps, by Steve Ciarcia, 96.

 

ISSUE 153
April 2003
Theme: Robotics

Task Manager—Engineering Pop Culture, by Jennifer Huber, 4.
New Product News, edited by John Gorsky, 8.
Autonomous Robot—Mini-Sumo Meets IsoPod, by Mike Keesling, 12
Electrical Engineering Robot—Follow the Line, by Peter Hiscocks & Jim Koch, 20
Muscle for High-Torque Robotics, by Lonne Mays, 30
Updating the Home Control System—Part 2: FPGA Design Methodology, by Robert Morrison, 36
Communications Protocol—MIL-STD-1553B Data Bus, by George Novacek, 42
Applied PCs: Test-Driving the Z8, by Fred Eady, 52
Portable MSP430 DMM, Bruce M. Pride, 58
Above The Ground Plane: Balanced Mixing, Ed Nisley, 66
From the Bench: Intro to Mindstorms, by Jeff Bachiochi, 70
Get One-Chip Programmer Power, by Tom Napier, 76
Silicon Update: E-Chip, by Tom Cantrell, 78
Priority Interrupt—What You Don't See Counts, by Steve Ciarcia, 96.

 

ISSUE 154
May 2003
Theme: Analog Techniques


Task Manager—Variety is the Spice of Life, by Jennifer Huber, 4.
New Product News, edited by John Gorsky, 8.
General-Purpose Cable Tester—Stand-Alone or with a GUI, by Mike Griebling, 12
Automatic G-Force Meter—Challenging the Factory Specs, by Ross Tsukashima, 24
Automatic Temp Controller—Data Logger for Slow Cooker, by John Moyer, 28
DTMF-Controlled Remote Switching System, by Arthur Musah, 36
Bluetooth—Bluetooth Interface for Embedded Systems, by Zoltan Molnar, 44
Updating the Home Control System—Part 3: The Complete Upgrade Solution, by Robert Morrison,54
Applied PC— New ICE Age—MPLAB ICE 2000 Replaces PICMASTER, by Fred Eady, 62
Poor Man's Front Panel, by Brian Millie, 70
From the Bench— Making Sense of the Gerber File Format, by Jeff Bachiochi, 74
Silicon Update—Digilog Déjà, by Tom Cantrell, 80
Priority Interrupt—Electronics Gremlins , by Steve Ciarcia, 96.

 

ISSUE 155
June 2003
Theme: Measurement & Sensors

Task Manager: Change is Good, by Jennifer Huber, 4.
New Product News, edited by John Gorsky, 8.
Remote Health-Monitoring System—PSoC Design Challenge 2002 Winner, by Victor Kremin, 10
Robotics Corner: The Altmotor, by Christopher Dix, 18
Mad Dash for Flash Cash Design Contest Winners' Announcement, 26
Construct a Hand-Held Radiation Monitor, by Mikhail Galeev, 30
Build a Graphical User Interface with Tcl/Tk, by Peter Hiscocks & James Gaston, 40
Above The Ground Plane: Battery Power—Feeding the Z3801A, by Ed Nisley, 46
Time-Triggered Technology, by George Novacek, 50
Applied PCs: E-Field Evaluation Module, by Fred Eady, 60
From the Bench: Encore!—Zilog's Z8 Flash Memory-Based Micro, by Jeff Bachiochi, 68
Silicon Update: Good Vibrations, by Tom Cantrell, 78
Priority Interrupt: Opening E-mail from HairyAl, by Steve Ciarcia, 96.

 

ISSUE 156
July 2003
Theme: Embedded Programming


Task Manager: Engineering for Everyman, by Jennifer Huber, 4.
New Product News, edited by John Gorsky, 8.
Stealth Telephone Screener—Mad Dash for Flash Cash Grand Prize Winner, by Richard Wotiz, 10
A Minimal Flash PIC Programmer, by Tom Napier, 18
Analog's New High-Flying DDS Family, by Brian Millier , 22
Build a Three-In-One Measurement System, by Salvador Perdomo, 32
Construct a classroom-Friendly Evaluation Board, by Bert Korthof, 42
Short Solution—The Perfect PCB Prototype, by Richard Haendel, 48
Let's Get Small—Code Compression Saves 32-Bit Chip, by Jim Turley, 50
Applied PCs: Build a Coyote Protocol Converter, by Fred Eady, 58
Spread Spectrum: Theory and Practice, by Shlomo Engelberg & Elyehoshua Shekalim,66
From the Bench: D-classifying Your Audio, by Jeff Bachiochi, 72
Silicon Update: What's the Buzz?, by Tom Cantrell, 78
Priority Interrupt: The New Conspiracy Theory, by Steve Ciarcia, 96.

 

ISSUE 157
August 2003
Theme: Wireless Communications

Task Manager: Bulk Be Gone, by Jennifer Huber, 4.
New Product News, edited by John Gorsky, 8.
Wireless CAN Yard Lamp Control, by John Dammeyer, 12
Palm-Enabled Telescope, by Steven Pope, 20
Build Your Own Four-Function Calculator—Mad Dash for Cash Contest Entry, by Daneil Ramirez, 28
Above The Ground Plane: IR Sensing, by Ed Nisley, 40
Flexible USB-CAN Bridge, —Mad Dash for Cash First Prize Winner, by Craig Beiferman 44
The WiFi SniFi—Sniffing In and Out of Wireless Networks, by Roy Franz, 50
From The Bench: Spotlight on the Renesas H8 Family—Hitachi and Mitsubishi Market MCUs for Embedded Systems, by Jeff Bachiochi, 60
Applied PCs: Mission Possible—Achieve Cheap USB connectivity, by Fred Eady, 70
Silicon Update: Switch Hitter, by Tom Cantrell, 78
Priority Interrupt: Contest Zest, by Steve Ciarcia, 96.

 

ISSUE 158
September 2003
Theme: Internet & Connectivity


Task Manager: Survey Says, by Jennifer Huber, 4.
New Product News, edited by John Gorsky, 8.
RS-485 Network for Embedded Systems, by Shubhangi Ambekar, 12
Design a Wide-Range RS-232 Concentrator Box, by Daniel Wiklund & Tomas Henriksson, 24
Audio Spectrum Analyer with a Twist, by Veselin Koev, 32
The XY-Plotter—Drive High-Resolution LCDs For Less, —Mad Dash for Cash Contest Winner, by Robert Lacoste, 42
Microprocessor Glue Logic with Verilog HDL, by Mark Balch, 52
Applied PCs: Speed Racer—Stand-Alone, Track-Triming Pinewood Debry Computer, by Fred Eady, 62
From The Bench: Next-Generation Text to Speech—Winbond Makes Strides with the WTS701, by Jeff Bachiochi, 70
Silicon Update: ESCape to SF, by Tom Cantrell, 78
Priority Interrupt: Getting Ripped, by Steve Ciarcia, 96.

 

ISSUE 159
October 2003
Theme: Data Acquisition


Task Manager: Pinching Pennies, by Jennifer Huber, 4.
New Product News, edited by John Gorsky, 8.
Palm OS Data Acquisition, by Stephen Manley, 10
Speed and Location Data Acquisition, by Terry Fleischman, 20
LED-Based Color Clock—Tell Time Anytime, by Keith Brown, 28
Embedded Networking with MicroMessaging, by Olaf Pfeiffer, 36
Minimum Mass Waveform Capture, by Dick Cappels, 40
Serial Sidekick, by Brian Millier, 46
Applied PCs: Simple Data Display—Driving LCDs with Microchip and Atmel Micros, by Fred Eady, 58
From The Bench: Designing with RGB LEDs, by Jeff Bachiochi, 66
ABOVE THE GROUND PLANE: Modulation and Demodulation, by Ed Nisley, 70
Silicon Update: In ARM's Way, by Tom Cantrell, 78
Priority Interrupt: Intellectual Property, by Steve Ciarcia, 96.

 

ISSUE 160
November 2003
Theme: Embedded Development


Task Manager: Tools and Techniques of the Trade, by Jennifer Huber, 4.
New Product News, edited by John Gorsky, 8.
Mixed-Signal AVR Simulator, by Engin Ipek & Bruce Land, 14
Timing (Analysis) is Everything—A How-To Guide for Timing Analysis, by Philip Nowe, 28
Pure Digital audio—Build An All-Digital Amplifier, by Yoon Cho, Joe Huntley, Greg Nuttal, Bryan Olson, & Derek Richardson, 34
Heirarchical Menus in Embedded Systems , by Aubrey Kagan, 44
High-Temperature Superconductor Overview , by Danny Graves, 56
Programming the 386 in32-Bit Protected Mode, by Jim Turley, 60
Applied PCs: RF Made Simple, by Fred Eady, 64
From The Bench: OOPic Ease Programming Headaches , by Jeff Bachiochi, 70
Silicon Update: Go Sell the Spartans, by Tom Cantrell, 78
Priority Interrupt: Internet Infamy , by Steve Ciarcia, 96.

 

ISSUE 161
December 2003
Theme: Graphics & Video


Task Manager: Join the Discussion, by Jennifer Huber, 4.
New Product News, edited by John Gorsky, 8.
Generate Video Using Software Thread Integration, by Alex Dean, Shobbit Kanauija,& Benjamin Welch, 10
TV Oscilloscope, by Bruce Land, 20
Computer Graphics 101, by Chris Cantrell, 26
Short Solutions: Reinventing the NSM4005 LED Module, by Brian Millier, 34
Low-Cost Serial LCD: Convert a Discount LCD into a Serial ASCII Display, by Tom Napier, 36
Applied PCs: Easing into eZ80Acclaim!, by Fred Eady, 40
Above The Ground Plane: Multiplying, dividing, and Filtering, by Ed Nisley, 48
The PICAVRP: A Unique Programming Solution, Stuart Ball, 54
Implementing CANOpen: The Options, Olaf Pfeiffer, 62
From The Bench: Tabletop DMX Control, by Jeff Bachiochi, 70
Silicon Update: Spin Control, by Tom Cantrell, 76
Priority Interrupt: Ranting From Down Under , by Steve Ciarcia, 96. 

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