Circuit Cellar Issue 120 July 2000-PDF

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July 2000

Task Manager—Lend Me Your…, by Rob Walker, 6.
New Product News, edited by Harv Weiner, 8.
BEAMStiquito—A Simple Circuit for an Inexpensive Robot, by James M. Conrad & Mark van Dijk, 10.
Beating The Heat—2000 Trinity College Fire Fighting Home Robot Contest, by Rob Walker, 14.
USB Chip Choices—Finding a Peripheral Controller, by Jan Axelson, 22.
Back To BasicX—Part 2: NetSnoop Application, by Brian Miller, 28.
115 VAC, To Go, Please—Drive a Portable Inverter with a PIC16C54, by Tom Napier, 34.
Quick And Easy Motor Control—Implementing a PIC-SERVO Controller, by Alan Kilian, 54.
Embedded Living—Two Ports in a PIC, A Communication Thermostat, by Mike Baptiste, 60.
MicroSeries—Op-Amp Specifications, Part 4: AC Applications, by Joe DiBartolomeo, 66.
From The Bench—DFP's: Riding the Wave of the Future, by Jeff Bachiochi, 72.
Silicon Update—Swiss Army Chip, Programmable System Devices, by Tom Cantrell, 76.
Priority Interrupt—I Call It "Prospecting", by Steve Ciarcia, 96.
Nouveau PC, edited by Harv Weiner, 38.
Real-Time PC—Real Time Executive for Multiprocessor Systems Part 3: Running i386 RTEMS Applications, by Ingo Cyliax, 41.
Applied PCs—Calling for Backup, The Value and Methods of Backing Up, by Fred Eady, 48.