Circuit Cellar Issue 111 October 1999-PDF

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ISSUE 111
October 1999
Theme: EMBEDDED SOFTWARE


Task Manager—Open for Business, Elizabeth Laurencot, 6.
New Product News, 8.
Reader I/O, 11.
MisterHouse—An Open-Source Home Automation Program, by Bruce Winter, 12.
The Java Virtual Machine, by Dave Lyons, 20.
A Versatile Timer/Synchronizer, by Brian Millier, 24.
Calling On The Standards—Making Sure Your Modem Can Communicate, by Arthur J. Carlson, 30.
Hands-On PIC Trainer—Programming in Assembly, by Jon Varteresian, 56.
IRDA Technology—Part 1: An Overview, by Hari Ramachandran, 60.
MicroSeries—Rolling Your Own Microprocessor—Part 2: Design Application with the Rabbit-80, by Monte Dalrymple, 66.
From The Bench—Get SmartMedia—Part 2: Hands-On, by Jeff Bachiochi, 72.
Silicon Update—'Net-in-a-Chip, by Tom Cantrell, 78.
Priority Interrupt—Spreading the Wealth of Knowledge, by Steve Ciarcia, 96.
EMBEDDED PC SECTION
Nouveau PC, edited by Harv Weiner, 38.
What’s In A Name?—Windows CE vs. a Hard RTOS, by Mal Raddalgoda, 40.
Real-Time PC—Where in the World—Part 3: Fighting the Wind with GPS, by Ingo Cyliax, 45.
Applied PCs—GoAhead for Nothing—Getting the Server Started, by Fred Eady, 50.