Circuit Cellar Issue 057 April 1995-PDF

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 ISSUE 57
April 1995
Theme: EMBEDDED PROGRAMMING

Editor’s INK—A Reaffirmation, by Ken Davidson, 2.
New Product News, 6.
A C++ Programming Tutorial, by Mike Podanoffsky, 12.
Characterizing Processor Performance, by Rick Naro, 22.
Designing With PC/104, by Rick Lehrbaum, 26.
An LCD And Keypad Module For SPI, by Brian Millier, 36.
Firmware Furnace—Journey to the Protected Land: With Interrupts, Timing is Everything, by Ed Nisley, 82.
From the Bench—Vaporwear: Revealing Your Humidity, by Jeff Bachiochi, 92.
Silicon Update—A Saab Story: A Tale of Speed and Acceleration, by Tom Cantrell, 98.
Embedded Techniques—Using Keyboard I/O as an Embedded Interface, by John Dybowski, 106.
ConnecTime—Excerpts from the Circuit Cellar BBS, conducted by Ken Davidson, 115.
Steve’s Own INK—One of Those Days, by Steve Ciarcia, 128.
HOME AUTOMATION & BUILDING CONTROL SECTION
Innovations In Home Automation & Building Control, edited by Harv Weiner, 49.
Developing Home Automation Devices With LonWorks, by Rich Blomseth, 51.
CEBus For The Masses, by Peter House, 61.
The Blind Robot—An X-10 Miniblind Automation System, by Herbert McKinney, Jr., 69.
A Learning Remote-Controlled Speaker Selector, by Scott Heiserman & Clark Oden, 75.