Talking Hands: American Sign Language Gesture Recognition Glove

Roberto developed a glove that enables communication between the user and those around him. While the design is intended for use by people communicating in American Sign Language, you can apply what you learn in this article to a variety … Continue reading

November Circuit Cellar: A Sneak Preview

The November issue of Circuit Cellar magazine is coming soon. Want a sneak peak? We’ve got a great section of excellent embedded electronics articles for you. Not a Circuit Cellar subscriber?  Don’t be left out! Sign up today: CC Magazine … Continue reading

Don’t Miss Our Newsletter: IoT Technology Focus

In tomorrow’s IoT Technology Focus newsletter you’ll get news and trends about the products and technologies needed to build IoT implementations and devices. Reminder: we’ve added Drawings for Free Stuff to our weekly newsletters. Make sure you’ve subscribed to the … Continue reading

October Circuit Cellar: A Sneak Preview

The October issue of Circuit Cellar magazine is on the launch pad, ready to deliver a selection of excellent embedded electronics articles covering trends, technology and design. Not a Circuit Cellar subscriber?  Don’t be left out! Sign up today: CC … Continue reading

Numeric Precision vs. DDS Calculations

Using the full frequency resolution of a direct digital synthesizer chip outstrips the capabilities of floating point numbers. Ed takes a look at what’s needed for high-resolution frequency calibration and measurements. By Ed Nisley As you saw in my July … Continue reading

Don’t Miss Our Newsletter: IoT Technology Focus

In tommorrow’s IoT Technology Focus newsletter you’ll get news and trends about the products and technologies needed to build IoT implementations and devices. Bonus: We’ve added Drawings for Free Stuff to our weekly newsletters. Make sure you’ve subscribed to the … Continue reading

Don’t Miss Our Newsletter: Microcontroller Watch

In tommorrow’s Microcontroller Watch we’ll feature key updates on the latest microcontroller technology  — the latest MCU design wins — new MCU product announcements — MCU industry events –and more. Plus: we’ve added Drawings for Free Stuff to our weekly … Continue reading

Don’t Miss Circuit Cellar’s Analog & Power Newsletter

Analog & Power is where stuff gets real. Converting signals to and from analog is how embedded devices interact with the real world. And without power supplies and power conversion, electronic systems can’t do anything. Circuit Cellar’s Analog & Power … Continue reading

RISC-V and Moore’s Law : An Interview with Krste Asanovic

During his busy sabbatical, Krste Asanovic took time to share his thoughts on developments n the world of processors and the open sourcing of processor architecture. Moore’s Law and the Chip Industry’s Perfect Storm By Wisse Hettinga With the end … Continue reading

Don’t Miss Circuit Cellar’s Newsletter: Embedded Boards

Board-level embedded computers are a critical building block around which system developers can build all manor of intelligent systems. Circuit Cellar’s Embedded Boards themed newsletter is coming to your inbox tomorrow. The focus here is on module types like Arduino, … Continue reading

Don’t Miss CC’s Newsletter: IoT Technology Watch

The Internet-of-Things (IoT) phenomenon is rich with opportunity. Circuit Cellar’s IoT Technology Focus themed newsletter is coming to your inbox tomorrow. The newsletter will update you on the latest news and trends including IoT gateways, IoT device security, IoT wireless … Continue reading

Timeline – First 25 Years

1988 • Steve Ciarcia starts the ball rolling (“Inside the Box Still Counts,” #1) • Ed Nisley’s debut (“High Security on a Budget: Build a Video Hand Scanner/Identifier,” #1) • Tom Cantrell’s first article (“RISC vs. Reality: An Exercise in … Continue reading