p. 6 : Massage Vest Uses PIC32: Controlled with an iOS App,
By Harry Freeman, Megan Leszczynski and Gargi Ratnaparkhi
 J. Kahn, “Hands on with ‘i-Massager’ iPhone-controlled electrical nerve stimulation and other iOS massage accessories,” 9TO5Mac, 2013.
 O. Hall, “Relax! Slip on an electric vest to knead away stress,” Cornell Chronicle, 2013.
A. Hoiburg, “HM10 Bluetooth Serial iOS,” 2016.
A. Dunkels, “Protothreads,” 2006.
S. Carroll, “Port Expander (MCP23S17) with PIC32 Example”
Microchip: “MCP23S17 Port Expander”
Microchip: “Microstick II Information Sheet Schematic”
p. 14 : FPGA Design: A Fresh Take: An Alternative to MCUs, By Faiz Rahman
p. 24 : Designing a Home Cleaning Robot (Part 2): Mechanical Design,
By Nishant Mittal and Jesudasan Moses
Cypress Semiconductor | www.cypress.com
p. 28 : MCU-based Platform Stabilizer: Sensors and Servos,
By Jessica Chen, Adam Chung and Ashley Xue
 Bosch Sensortec, “BNO055 Intelligent 9-axis absolute orientation sensor”, BNO055 Datasheet.
 Microchip Technology, “32-bit Microcontrollers (up to 128 KB Flash and 32 KB SRAM) with Audio and Graphics Interfaces, USB, and Advanced Analog”, PIC32MX250F128B Datasheet.
 Sparkfun, “Specification of HS-422 Standard Deluxe Servo”, HS-422 Servo Datasheet.
 A. Dunkels, Reference Manual, “The Protothreads Library 1.4 Reference Manual”
 Microchip Technology, “PIC32MX1XX/2XX 28/36/44-pin Family Silicon Errata and Data Sheet Clarification”.
 Microchip Technology, Reference Manual, “Section 24. Inter-Integrated Circuit (I2C)”.
 Microchip Technology, PIC32MX Family, “PIC32 Peripheral Libraries for MPLAB C32 Compiler”.
p. 34 : Power Alternatives for Commercial Drones, By Jeff Child
Alta Devices | www.altadevices.com
Intelligent Energy | www.intelligent-energy.com
MMC | www.mmcuav.com
PowerOasis | www.poweroasis.com
Protonex | www.protonex.com
Texas Instruments | www.ti.com
Venom | www.venompower.com
p. 40 : Test Solutions Advance for 5G, By Jeff Child
Analog Devices | www.analog.com
Intel | www.intel.com
Keysight Technologies | www.keysight.com
Linear Technology | www.linear.com
Movandi | www.movandi.com
Qualcomm Technologies | www.qualcomm.com
Rohde and Schwarz.com | www.rohde-schwarz.com
p. 52 : LF Resonator Filter, By Ed Nisley
Source code files: FTP 328 Nisley
Circuit Cellar May 2017 “WWVB Reception vs. SDR Hardware”
Circuit Cellar July 2017 “LF Quartz Resonators”
Circuit Cellar Sept 2017 “Numeric Precision vs. DDS Calculations”
Analog Devices AD9850 DDS
QEX Jan/Feb 2016: Chuck Adams K7QO, Crystal Parameter Measurement Simplified
p. 59 : Overstress Protection, By George Novacek
 ON Semiconductor AND9009-D EOS Protection
[2} Linear Technology Overvoltage Protection Regulator and Inrush Current Limiter LT4356
p. 62 : Five Fault Injection Attacks, By Colin O’Flynn
A walk-through of Dmitry Nedospasov’s work (and even more proof of how this works) is available on his blog: this work was also replicated by on his blog: blog/bootloader-bypass-part1
Using voltage fault injection on Linux platforms is relatively easy to do – I’ve got an example video of this using a simple low-cost crowbar circuitry available here for example. This type of attack results in the waveform as in Figure 2 in the article.
The shorting out of a pin and resulting console is shown in Photo 1 and Photo 2 respectively in the article for the Philips Hue hub. You can see a video of this here at to get an idea for timing.
LPC Fault Injection
Presentation slides (includes links to demo videos): Breaking CRP on NXP LPC Microcontrollers
Presentation video: Breaking-Code-Read-Protection-on-the-NXP-LPC-family-Microcontrollers
Example replication: Bootloader Bypass Part 1
Linux Fault Injection
Presentation slides: /escalating-privileges-in-linux-using-fi-presentation-fdtc-2017
Presentation slides: How-to-Root-An-Embedded-Linux-Box-With-A-Sewing-Needle
Presentation Video: YouTube
p. 66 : Money Sorting Machines (Part 1), By Jeff Bachiochi