Circuit Cellar 379 February 2022 (PDF)

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Issue #379
February 2022
Smart City Technologies

  • 6: Home Air Quality Monitoring (Part 2): The Android Application, By Raul Alvarez-Torrico
  • 18: Build a Maze Generator and Game: Using a PIC32 MCU, By Kyle Infantino, Jack Brzozowski and Dilan Lakhani
  • 25: Microprogramming Choices Explained (Part 2): Microprogrammable Machines, By Wolfgang Matthes
  • 36: Build a Voice-Controlled Spider Robot: The SDY-DER Project, By Arijit Das
  • 42: Multiple Layers of Technology Enable Smart Cities: Connectivity and Collaboration, By Jeff Child
  • 49: Rugged SBCs Suit Up for Tough Duties: Ready for Rough Stuff, By Jeff Child
  • 54: DATASHEET: COMe and COM-HPC Boards: Modular Compute Muscle, By Jeff Child
  • 58: FROM THE BENCH: Build an IR-Based LEGO Train Controller (Part 2): IR Receiving End, By Jeff Bachiochi
  • 64: THE DARKER SIDE: RF Location Techniques: Methods and Measurements, By Robert Lacoste
  • 70: EMBEDDED IN THIN SLICES: Lehman’s Laws of Software Evolution: Rules to Code By, By Bob Japenga
  • 75: Product News
  • 78: Test Your EQ
  • 79: The Future of Embedded FPGAs: eFPGA: The Proof is in the Tape Out, By Andy Jaros

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