Inside This Issue: April #345

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Inside this month’s issue of Circuit Cellar magazine:

Issue #345
April 2019
Video Technology in Drones

6: Build a Prescription Reminder: Using Raspberry Pi, By Devlin Gualtieri
14: IoT Monitoring System for Commercial Fridges: Using LoRa Technology, By Tyler Canton, Akio Yasu, Trevor Ford and Luke Vinden
22: High-Voltage Differential Probe: Amplifiers in Action, By Andrew Levido
28: Build a PIC32-Based Recording Studio: Music from Micros, By Radhika Chinni, Brandon Quinlan and Raymond Xu
34: Drone Video Technologies are Flying High: Cameras, Boards and Kits, By Jeff Child
40: Low-Power Wireless Solutions Feed IoT Edge Needs: Integration Meets Innovation, By Jeff Child
46: PRODUCT FOCUS: 32-Bit Microcontrollers: Wireless Workhorse, By Jeff Child
50: EMBEDDED IN THIN SLICES: Bluetooth Mesh (Part 2): Provisioning Pondered, By Bob Japenga
54: THE CONSUMMATE ENGINEER: Improving Software Quality: By the Book, By George Novacek
58: THE DARKER SIDE: The Art of Current Probing: Mindful Measuring, By Robert Lacoste
66: FROM THE BENCH: Building an All-in-One Serial Terminal: With a Tiny Touchscreen, By Jeff Bachiochi
75: Product News
78: Test Your EQ
79: The Future of Robotics: Dealing with Challenges and Tradeoffs in Motion Control, By James English

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