Circuit Cellar Issue 079 February 1997-PDF

Circuit Cellar Issue 079 February 1997-PDF

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ISSUE 79
February 1997
Theme: DISTRIBUTED CONTROL

Task Manager—Gloom and Doom?, by Ken Davidson, 2.
Reader I/O, 6.
New Product News, 8.
A Networking Primer—Part 1: The Network and Its Components, by Bill Payne, 14.
TCP/IP In Embedded Systems, by Richard Ames, 20.
BACnet—An Object-Oriented Network Protocol for Monitoring and Distributed Control, by Jim Butler, 26.
Getting Pumped—DC-to-DC Charge-Pump Converters, by Paul Paglia, 34.
MicroSeries—Standards for Electromagnetic Compliance Testing—Part 1: Introducing Concepts and Standards, by Joe DiBartolomeo, 40.
From the Bench—Unconventional Access, by Jeff Bachiochi, 82.
Silicon Update—Radar Love, by Tom Cantrell, 86.
ConnecTime—Excerpts from the Circuit Cellar BBS, conducted by Ken Davidson, 90.
Priority Interrupt—When It Costs Nothing, What’s It Worth?, by Steve Ciarcia, 104.
EMBEDDED PC SECTION
Nouveau PC, edited by Harv Weiner, 50.
Life In The S.L.O. Lane—San Luis Obispo’s Utility Distributed-Control Program, by Chris Arndt, 55.
A Lever And A Place To Stand—Controlling the World with the Internet, by Paul Beam, 61.
PC/104 Quarter—LUCIE—Lancaster University Computerized Intelligent Excavator, by Derek Seward & Stephen Quayle, 67.
Applied PCs—A Sweet Solution—Networking Embedded and Desktop PCs Using QNX, by Fred Eady, 74.