Circuit Cellar 387 October 2022 (PDF)

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Issue #387
October 2022
Smart Home

6: Extending Machine Instructions: How to Turn a Processor Temporarily into a Microprogrammed Control Unit, By Wolfgang Matthes

14: Interfacing with Video Game Controllers: How to Read Inputs, By Joseph Corleto

20: Small-Scale Game of Life: Using PIC32, By Ian Kim Riley, David Wolfers, and

Connor Thomas

26: Repurposing Old Disk Drives For Rotary Encoders: Using a Teensy LC Microcontroller, By Brian Millier

32: 12th Gen Intel Core Processors on COM-HPC and COM Express Computer-on-Modules: First True Hybrid x86 Architecture Offers Quantum Core Count Leap, By Zeljko Loncaric

36: A Comprehensive Introduction of TinyML (Part 4): Gesture Recognition on the Edge, By Dhairya Parikh

42: Navigating the Smart Home Market: Efficiency and Security, By Sam Wallace

48: Open ISA RISC-V: Cements Its Place in the Semiconductor Universe, By Stephen Vicinanza

56: DATASHEET: Sensor ICs: Smaller, Faster, and More Powerful, By Sam Wallace

60: EMBEDDED IN THIN SLICES: Debugging Embedded Real-Time Systems: Tools to Help Us Debug, By

Bob Japenga

64: START TO FINISH: Voltage Regulators, By Stuart Ball

69: From the Bench: Don’t Touch That!: You Don’t Know Where It’s Been, By Jeff Bachiochi

78: Test Your EQ

79: TECH THE FUTURE: The Future of Memory: The Time for ReRAM, By Eran Briman