Inside This Issue: March #344

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Inside this month’s issue of Circuit Cellar magazine:

Issue #344
March 2019
Low Power for Wearables

6: Guitar Video Game Uses PIC32: Realism Revamp, By Jake Podell and Jonah Wexler
14: MCU-Based IC Links USB to Legacy PC I/O: Versatile Solution, By Hossam Abdelbaki
20: Smart Pet Collar Uses GPS and Wi-Fi: PIC32-Based Design, By Vidya Ramesh and Vaidehi Garg
26: Formal Flow for Automotive Safety: Bulletproofing Car Design, By Doug Smith
34: Tailored Solutions Tackle Design Needs for Wearables: Low Power Priorities, By Jeff Child
40: Flex PCB Design Services: Building Boards that Bend, By Jeff Child
44: PRODUCT FOCUS 44 Power Supplies for Medical Use: Compliance for Care, By Jeff Child
48: EMBEDDED SYSTEM ESSENTIALS: Side-Channel Power Analysis: Easy Path to Proof, By Colin O’Flynn
52: THE CONSUMMATE ENGINEER: Cooling Electronic Systems: Beat the Heat, By George Novacek
56: PICKING UP MIXED SIGNALS: Impedance Spectroscopy Using the AD5933: From IC to Instrument, By Brian Millier
68: FROM THE BENCH: Non-Evasive Current Sensor: Pondering Probes, By Jeff Bachiochi
75: Product News
78: Test Your EQ
79: The Future of IoT Connectivity: Cellular Technology’s Role in IoT Market Growth, By Broc Jenkins