Circuit Cellar Issue 135 October 2001-PDF

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ISSUE 135
October 2001
Theme: ANALOG TECHNIQUES


Task Manager—It’s Magic, by Rob Walker, 6.
New Product News, edited by Rick Prescott, 8.
Considering an Analog Filter, by Tom Napier, 12.
Simultaneous Analog-to-Digital Conversions, by Andrew Lillie, 18.
The Need For Speed: An Accurate Speedometer, by Eric Kesselring, 28.
Robot Sensor Controller Board—Part 1: The Brain, by Daniel Ramirez, 38.
Applied PCs—The Basics of USB, by Fred Eady, 48.
Above The Ground Plane—Learning from the Past: A Look at a Chrome Lollipop, by Ed Nisley, 54.
Telling Time and Temperature: Building an All-Purpose Portable Device, by Brian Merritt, 60.
From the Bench—A New Thermometer: Replacing Mercury with a Thermistor, by Jeff Bachiochi, 66.
Silicon Update—High Five: An Up and Coming Micro Supplier, by Tom Cantrell, 74.
Priority Interrupt—No Unpopulated Territory, by Steve Ciarcia, 96.