Circuit Cellar Issue 162 January 2004-PDF

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ISSUE 162
January 2004
Theme: Analog Techniques

TASK MANAGER When Off-the-Shelf Won't Do, by Jennifer Huber, p. 4
NEW PRODUCT NEWS, edited by John Gorsky, p. 8
TEST YOUR EQ, by David Tweed, p. 9
The Innovative Wire Tracker, by Robert Lacoste, p. 10
Build an Inexpensive Temperature-Testing Chamber, by Steve Hageman, p. 16
Remote Observation Station, by Richard Dreher, p. 26
Fault-Tolerant Electronic Systems, by George Novacek, p. 36
Single-Pin Analog-to-Digital Conversion Techniques, by Ingo Cyliax, p. 44
Microcontroller-Based Digital Lock-In Milliohmmeter, by Dick Cappels, p. 50
Tracing Current and Voltage: Design a Unique PC Sound Card Curve Tracer, by George Steber, p. 56
GNU Development, by M. Tim Jones, p 62
FROM THE BENCH Global XPortation: Harness the Power of the ’Net with the XPort Server, by Jeff Bachiochi, p. 70
SILICON UPDATE Hot Chips 15, by Tom Cantrell, p. 78
PRIORITY INTERRUPT Be Careful How You Define "Convenient", by Steve Ciarcia, p. 96