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Circuit Cellar 331 February 2018 (PDF)

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February 2018
Driverless Vehicles

Pg 6: Video Gaming Console Uses PIC32 - Object-Oriented Design, by Dongze Yue and Yixiao Zhang
Pg 14: Building a VR Arm Tracker: Sensor Fusion in Action, by Emma Wang, Daryl Sew, and Zachary Zimmerman
Pg 20: Designing a Home Cleaning Robot (Part 3) - Circuit Designs, by Nishant Mittal
Pg 26: Programmable Ad Hoc Mesh Network - Meshed-Up PICs, by Raghava Kumar, Brian Clark, and Alex Wong
Pg 34: Electronics Propel Driverless Vehicle Designs Forward - From Assist to Autonomous, by Jeff Child
Pg 40: Non-Standard SBCs put Function Over Form - Compact, Low-Power Solutions, by Jeff Child
Pg 46: Product Focus: MCU Development Tools - Connectivity Expands, by Jeff Child
Pg 50: Embedded in Thin Slices: Internet of Things Security (Part 1) - Command Injection, by Bob Japenga
Pg 54: The Consummate Engineer: Modulation Fundamentals, by George Novacek
Pg 58: The Darker Side: Shannon and Noise: Putting the Theorem to Work, by Robert Lacoste
Pg 64: From the Bench: Money Sorting Machines (Part 3) - Bill Validation, by Jeff Bachiochi
Pg 71: Product News
Pg 78: Test Your EQ
Pg 79: The Future of Industrial IoT: Gearing up for a Post-3G, Sensors Everywhere Era, by Brent Ward

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