CC280: Analog Communications and Calibration

The base unit including the 5-to-15-V power supply is simple for its functionality. The two eight-pin DIP ICs are a voltage comparator and the switching regulator.

Are you an analog aficionado? You’re in luck. Two articles, in particular, focus on the November issue’s analog techniques theme. (Look for the issue shortly after mid-October, when it will be available on our website.) Dick Cappels, a consultant who … Continue reading


CC279: Working with RobotBasic


In Circuit Cellar’s October issue, columnist Jeff Bachiochi introduces readers to RobotBasic, a free robot control programming language that you can use to control real or simulated robots, and provides a detailed explanation on how to use it. “About five … Continue reading


CC279: A Fresh Focus on Programmable Logic

We’re not finished adding new features to our magazine. Last month, we rolled out our redesign and told you a bit about Ayse K. Coskun, who is writing a new bimonthly Green Computing column. This month, we introduce you to … Continue reading


CC278: New Issue, New Look, New Media

Brian Millier's September article

Over the years, Circuit Cellar editors have learned you simply can’t stand still when your magazine focuses on ever-evolving embedded electronics. So with the September issue, we introduce a dramatic redesign to make the magazine’s look more contemporary and its … Continue reading


CC 277: (Re)Discovering Embedded

Closeup of the Raspberry Pi

Authors in this issue range from a columnist who reintroduces us to the advantages of switched-capacitor filters to a frequent contributor who discusses his first encounter—and project—with the credit card-sized Raspberry Pi computer. Columnist Robert Lacoste recently rediscovered one of … Continue reading