Circuit Cellar Issue 054 January 1995-PDF

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ISSUE 54
January 1995
Theme: EMULATORS AND SIMULATORS

Editor’s INK—It’s Only Skin Deep, by Ken Davidson, 2.
Reader’s INK, 6.
New Product News, 8.
Simulating Microprocessor Instructions In C, by David Rees-Thomas, 14.
No Emulator? Try A One-Wire Debugger, by Hank Wallace, 20.
Using Spreadsheets To Simulate Digital Filters, by Steven Kubis, 24.
A RISC Designers New Right Arm—Writing Code for the ARM Processor, by Art Sobel, 28.
Firmware Furnace—Journey to the Protected Land: Serious CISC Meets the Taskettes, by Ed Nisley, 42.
From the Bench—Getting By With Next to Nothing: Micro-power Wake-up Control, by Jeff Bachiochi, 50.
Silicon Update—UFO Alert!, by Tom Cantrell, 100.
Embedded Techniques—Micros Behind Bars, by John Dybowski, 108.
ConnecTime—Excerpts from the Circuit Cellar BBS, conducted by Ken Davidson, 115.
Steve’s Own INK—Hat Dance, by Steve Ciarcia, 128.
HOME AUTOMATION & BUILDING CONTROL SECTION
Multimedia Home Networks, by David Gaddis, 60.
HCS Hard-Wire Control: Back To Basics, by Steve Ciarcia, 69.
A Different Set of House Keys—Making the Most of a Small Keyboard, by Jeff Fisher, 81.
Computer, Get That Phone—A PC-based Voice-Telephone Interface, by Robert M. Luzenski & Jack Ivey, 87.