Circuit Cellar 346 May 2019 (PDF)

Circuit Cellar 346 May 2019 (PDF)

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Issue #346
May 2019

Technologies for Digital Signage

  • 6: Capacitive vs. Inductive Sensing: Touch Trade-Offs, By Nishant Mittal
  • 10: PIC32 Tames Real-Time Stock Monitoring: Market Matador,
    By David Valley and Saelig Khattar
  • 16: Transistor Basics: And Their Role Today, By Stuart Ball
  • 24: Robotic Arm Plays Beer Pong: Using PIC32s and IMUs,
    By Daniel Fayad, Justin Choi and Harrison Hyundong Chang
  • 30: Digital Signage Technologies Gain Momentum: System Solutions,
    By Jeff Child
  • 36: Code Analysis Tools Up Their Game: Quest for Code Quality,
    By Jeff Child
  • 40: PRODUCT FOCUS PC/104 Boards: Legacy That Stacks Up,
    By Jeff Child
  • 44: EMBEDDED SYSTEM ESSENTIALS: Attacking USB Gear with EMFI: Pitching a Glitch, By Colin O’Flynn
  • 52: THE CONSUMMATE ENGINEER: Pressure Sensors: Terminologies and Technologies, By George Novacek
  • 56: PICKING UP MIXED SIGNALS: Fancy Filtering with the Teensy 3.6: Arm-ed for DSP, By Brian Millier
  • 68: FROM THE BENCH: An Itty Bitty Education: STEM at Home,
    By Jeff Bachiochi
  • 76: Product News
  • 78: Test Your EQ
  • 79: The Future of Safe Programming: How Programming Languages Evolve to Reduce Risks, By Quentin Ochem

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