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September (issue #338) Circuit Cellar

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p.6: LIDAR 3D Imaging on a Budget: PIC32-Based Design, By Chris Graef


[1] Cornell University ECE 4760 Development Board page, PIC32 Development board schematic   

[2] Lidar Lite V3 Operations Manual and Technical Guide, “Specifications, Interface” section.

[3] Lidar Lite V3 Operations Manual and Technical Guide, “Specifications, Performance” section

Garmin: Lidar Lite V3

Microchip Technology: PIC32 Microcontroller

Adafruit: S1213 Analog Feedback Servos

Adafruit |
Garmin |
Microchip Technology |

p.12: Wireless Weather Station Uses Arduino: And Two ASK Radios, By Raul Alvarez Torrico

IEEE Computer Society (2011). IEEE Standard for Local and metropolitan area networks—Part 15.4: Low-Rate Wireless Personal Area Networks (LR-WPANs), IEEE

ZigBee Alliance (2012). ZigBee Specification Document 053474r20, ZigBee Standards Organization

Digi International Inc. (2013). XBee®/XBee-PRO ZB RF Modules – 90000976_P, Digi International Inc.

       Arduino Pro Mini

ASK Transmitter and Receiver Kit

DHT22 Temperature and Humidity Sensor

Do-It-Yourself Anemometer:

Online Linear Regression Calculator

Do-It-Yourself Wind Vane

DHT22 Arduino Library

0.96” OLED Display

u8g2 OLED Display Library

Dew Point Calculation

Additional Resources by the Author:

Adafruit |
Arduino |
ITEAD Intelligent Systems |
Microchip Technology |
Sparkfun |

p. 20: Murphy’s Laws in the DSP World (Part 3): Future Imperfect, By Michael Smith, Mai Tanaka

ML-DSP Project Files
Cut and paste listings from the article .pdf in Ocatve and MATLAB .m scripts or download from the Circuit Cellar article code archive.

Installing Octave: See Circuit Cellar 335 for details or go here.
URL to download

Installing MATLAB: See Circuit Cellar 335 for details or go here.

Mathworks |
GNU Octave |

p. 36: Virtual Emulation for Drones: Suited for Streaming, By Richard Pugh

To learn more about the challenges of the multimedia market, and how an emulation-based verification methodology offers design teams a significant advantage—please download the whitepaper Drones, Augmented Reality, UHD TV – High-End Video SoCs Need Emulation

Mentor, A Siemens Business |

p.40: Motion Control AdvancesTarget Robotics: Integrated, Precision Solutions, By Jeff Child

Advanced Motion Controls |
Analog Devices |
Elmo Motion Control |
Infineon Technologies |
Microchip Technology |
Renesas Electronics |
STMicroelectronics |
Texas Instruments |

p. 46: Power Supplies Lean Toward an Application Focus: Medical and More, By Jeff Child

Minmax Technology |
Murata Power Solutions |
TDK-Lambda |
XP Power |

p. 50: IoT Gateways: Real-Time Intelligence, By Jeff Child

Aaeon |
ADLINK Technology |
Advantech |
American Portwell Technology |
Axiomtek |
Congatec |
Eurotech |
Kontron |
Moxa |

p. 54: EMBEDDED SYSTEM ESSENTIALS: Recreating Code Protection Bypass: An LPC MCU Attack, By Colin O’Flynn

Microchip Technology |
NXP Semiconductors |
Olimex |

p. 60: ABOVE THE GROUND PLANE: Frequency Modulated DDS: Conjuring a Channel Element, By Ed Nisley

Background columns:

Background blog posts:



Analog Devices |
ON Semiconductor |
PJRC Store |

p. 66: THE CONSUMMATE ENGINEER: Velocity and Speed Sensors: Measuring Motion, By George Novacek

[1]. Displacement & Position Sensors Parts 1 and 2, in Circuit Cellar 315, October 2016 and Circuit Circuit 316, November 2016

Speed conversion calculator

Charles P. Pinney, et. al.. “Velocity Measurement.”

p. 70: FROM THE BENCH: Electronic Speed Control (Part 3): Taking Flight, By Jeff Bachiochi

Turnigy |

p. 79: The Future of SBCs: Do SFFs Mean the End of Board-Based Systems?, By Doug Patterson

Aitech Defense Systems |

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September (issue #338) Circuit Cellar

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