Evaluating Oscilloscopes (Part 2)

Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Part 4 This is Part 2 of my mini-series on selecting an oscilloscope. Rather than a completely thorough guide, it’s more a “collection of notes” based on my own research. But I hope you … Continue reading

Evaluating Oscilloscopes (Part 4)

Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Part 4 In this final installment of my four-part mini-series about selecting an oscilloscope, I’ll look at triggering, waveform generators, and clock synchronization, and I’ll wrap up with a series summary. My previous posts … Continue reading

Evaluating Oscilloscopes (Part 3)

Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Part 4 In Part 3 of my series on selecting an oscilloscope, I look at the software running the oscilloscope and details such as remote control, fast Fourier transform (FFT) features, digital decoding, and … Continue reading

Electrical Engineering Tools & Preparation (CC 25th Anniversary Issue Preview)

Electrical engineering is frequently about solving problems. Success requires a smart plan of action and the proper tools. But as all designers know, getting started can be difficult. We’re here to help. You don’t have to procrastinate or spend a … Continue reading

April (issue #345) Circuit Cellar Article Materials

Click here for the Circuit Cellar article code archive   p.6: Build a Prescription Reminder: Using Raspberry Pi, By Devlin Gualtieri References: [1]  Raspian Download Page www.raspberrypi.org/downloads/raspbian/ US FDA Medical Devices Website www.fda.gov/MedicalDevices/DigitalHealth/MobileMedicalApplications/ucm368744.htm. microEngineering Labs PIC Basic Professional http://melabs.com Microchip … Continue reading

April Circuit Cellar: Sneak Preview

The April issue of Circuit Cellar magazine is out next week (March 20th)!. We’ve worked hard to cook up a tasty selection of in-depth embedded electronics articles just for you. We’ll be serving them up to in our 84-page magazine. … Continue reading

February (issue #343) Circuit Cellar Article Materials

Click here for the Circuit Cellar article code archive p.6: Build a Self-Correcting LED Clock: MCU-Driven Art, By Eldar Slobodyan and Jason Ben Nathan References: [1]  C.U. Bruce Land, “Development Boards,” 6 December 2017. [Online]. Available: http://people.ece.cornell.edu/land/courses/ece4760/PIC32/target_board.html [2]  Cornell Rapid … Continue reading

February Circuit Cellar: Sneak Preview

The February issue of Circuit Cellar magazine is coming soon. We’ve raised up a bumper crop of in-depth embedded electronics articles just for you, and packed ’em into our 84-page magazine. Not a Circuit Cellar subscriber?  Don’t be left out! … Continue reading