Circuit Cellar Issue 044 March 1994-PDF

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ISSUE 44
March 1994
Theme: CROSS-DEVELOPMENT TOOLS

Editor’s INK—Double, Double, Toil, & Trouble, by Ken Davidson, 2.
Reader’s INK, 6.
New Product News, 8.
Tools For Debugging Real-Time Embedded Computer Systems, by Noel Anderson, Dean Hoyt & Ron Shaw, 14.
Inexpensive 68HC11 Cross-Development, by Bruce Olney, 22.
Computer "Train"ing—Using Commercial Evaluation Boards in Teaching, by Michael Smith, 30.
Improving the Performance Of An 8051-Based System, by Michael Alwais, 40.
Firmware Furnace—Testing the ’386SX Project’s Bitmapped LCD Panel, by Ed Nisley, 48.
From the Bench—Designers Spell Relief "IPC", by Jeff Bachiochi, 56.
Silicon Update—Update Your Design On the Fly, by Tom Cantrell, 60.
Embedded Techniques—Getting to the Embedded Core—The DS2250, Backplane, and Power Control, by John Dybowski, 66.
Patent Talk, by Russ Reiss, 75.
ConnecTime—Excerpts from the Circuit Cellar BBS, conducted by Ken Davidson, 82.
Steve’s Own INK—Superhighway Limits, by Steve Ciarcia, 96.