Circuit Cellar Issue 026 April/May 1992-PDF

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ISSUE 26
April/May 1992
Theme: DISTRIBUTED CONTROL

Editor’s INK—Divide and Conquer, by Ken Davidson, 2.
Reader’s INK—Letters to the Editor, 4.
New Product News, 8.
Embedded Controller Networking Alternatives, by James Butler, 14.
Infrared Tracking And Remote Control—Meet the New HCS II IR-LINK, by Steve Ciarcia, 22.
The Frugal Networker—A Crosspoint Switchboard for RS-232, by Frank Cox, 34.
Programming The Home Control System II, by Ken Davidson, 42.
Firmware Furnace—Infrared Home Control Gateway, by Ed Nisley, 70.
From the Bench—Does It Come With a Memory...Standard?—Part 2: The Nitty-Gritty, by Jeff Bachiochi, 78.
Silicon Update—Twenty Years of Micros: Now What?, by Tom Cantrell, 84.
Practical Algorithms—Writing Code to Support Nonvolatile Memory, by John Dybowski, 92.
ConnecTime—Excerpts from the Circuit Cellar BBS, conducted by Ken Davidson, 99.
Steve’s Own INK—A Night In The Life, by Steve Ciarcia, 112.
EMBEDDED PROGRAMMING SECTION
State Machines In Software—A Design Technique for Single-Chip Microprocessors, by Peter Hiscocks, 52.
PROGRAMMING THE MOTOROLA MC68HC705C8, by Edward Oscarson, 62.