Circuit Cellar 350 September 2019 (PDF)

Circuit Cellar 350 September 2019 (PDF)

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Issue #350
September 2019

IoT Security Solutions

  • 6: Building a Portable Game Console: Accelerometer Enhanced,

    By Juan Joel Albrecht 

    and Leandro Dorta Duque
  • 12: Using Small PCs in New Ways: Innovative Interfacing,
    By Wolfgang Matthes
  • 22: Guitar Game Uses PIC32 MCU: Shred Master, By Brian Dempsey, Katarina Martucci and Liam Patterson
  • 28: Comparing Color Sensor ICs: With an Eye on Applications,
    By Kevin Jensen
  • 34: Industrial Embedded Computing Technology for Smart Robots: Modules for Cooperative Robotics,

     By Zeljko Loncaric and 
    Prof. Dr. Christian Schlegel
  • 38: MCUs Suit Up for IoT Security Duties: Connected Confidence,
    By Jeff Child
  • 44 Mini-ITX and Pico-ITX SBCs Pack in Performance: Single-Board Sensations, By Jeff Child
  • 50: PRODUCT FOCUS: IoT Gateways: Linking the Edge and Cloud,
    By Jeff Child
  • 54: PICKING UP MIXED SIGNALS: Variable Frequency Drive (Part 2): Bandsaw Upgrade, By Brian Millier
  • 62: EMBEDDED SYSTEM ESSENTIALS: Electromagnetic Fault Injection: A Closer Look, By Colin O’Flynn
  • 67: FROM THE BENCH: Offloading Intelligence: A Robotics Example,
    By Jeff Bachiochi
  • 72: THE CONSUMMATE ENGINEER: Semiconductor Fundamentals

    (Part 1): Resistivity and Doping,

     By George Novacek
  • 76 : Product News
  • 78 : Test Your EQ
  • 79: The Future of Critical 5G Networks: The Promise of 5G for First Responders, By Ken Bednasz

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