Inside Circuit Cellar 2022

Inside Circuit Cellar magazine 2022 Issues
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Issue #378
January 2022
Smart Transportation Systems
6: Home Air Quality Monitoring (Part 1): Using Nordic’s nRF5340 Dev Kit, By Raul Alvarez-Torrico
16: PLC-Based Swimming Pool System: The PoolOS Project, By Dr. Alexander Pozhitkov, PhD
22: Microprogramming Choices Explained (Part 1): The Microprogram Control Unit, By Wolfgang Matthes
32: Developing Secure Embedded Systems, By Shifting Left with DevSecOps, By Mark Pitchford
38: Embedded PCs Enable Next-Gen Transportation Systems: Fueling Future Needs, By Jeff Child
48: Modularity Leads Data Acquisition Trends: Flexible Functionality, By Jeff Child
52: EMBEDDED SYSTEM ESSENTIALS: Testing Timing Attacks on Access Control: Premises Protection, By Colin O’Flynn
58: PICKING UP MIXED SIGNALS: Designing MCU-Based Lab Instruments: Using the Cypress PSoC 5LP MCU, By Brian Millier
70: FROM THE BENCH: Build an IR-Based LEGO Train Controller (Part 1): Near-Wavelength IR in Action, By Jeff Bachiochi
76: Product News
78: Test Your EQ
79: The Future of SAR Compliance: Smart Sensors Ensure Connectivity and Safety Compliance, By David Wong

Issue #379
February 2022
Smart City Technologies
6: Home Air Quality Monitoring (Part 2): The Android Application, By Raul Alvarez-Torrico
18: Build a Maze Generator and Game: Using a PIC32 MCU, By Kyle Infantino, Jack Brzozowski and Dilan Lakhani
25: Microprogramming Choices Explained (Part 2): Microprogrammable Machines, By Wolfgang Matthes
36: Build a Voice-Controlled Spider Robot: The SDY-DER Project, By Arijit Das
42: Multiple Layers of Technology Enable Smart Cities: Connectivity and Collaboration, By Jeff Child
49: Rugged SBCs Suit Up for Tough Duties: Ready for Rough Stuff, By Jeff Child
54: DATASHEET: COMe and COM-HPC Boards: Modular Compute Muscle, By Jeff Child
58: FROM THE BENCH: Build an IR-Based LEGO Train Controller (Part 2): IR Receiving End, By Jeff Bachiochi
64: THE DARKER SIDE: RF Location Techniques: Methods and Measurements, By Robert Lacoste
70: EMBEDDED IN THIN SLICES: Lehman’s Laws of Software Evolution: Rules to Code By, By Bob Japenga
75: Product News
78: Test Your EQ 79: The Future of Embedded FPGAs: eFPGA: The Proof is in the Tape Out, By Andy Jaros
78: Test Your EQ
79: The Future of SAR Compliance: Smart Sensors Ensure Connectivity and Safety Compliance, By David Wong

Issue #380
March 2022
Condition Monitoring in Factories
6: Home Air Quality Monitoring (Part 3): Web Server Application, By Raul Alvarez-Torrico
18: Make a Stochastic Music Generator: PIC32-Based Design, By William Salcedo, Rishi Singhal and Raghav Kumar
24: Build a Torsion Pendulum: Using an 8-bit PIC MCU, By Devlin Gualtieri
28: Build a Long-Term DAQ System (Part 1): The Hardware Design, By Anuj Rajappa
36: Box-Level Systems Focus on Condition Monitoring: Predictive Proficiency, By Jeff Child
44: Flex PCB Services: Bendable Boards is Their Business, By Jeff Child
48: DATASHEET: Panel PCs: Versatile Visualization, By Jeff Child
52: FROM THE BENCH: Using I2S to Transfer Digital Data (Part 1): The Input Side, By Jeff Bachiochi
59: PICKING UP MIXED SIGNALS: Build a Touchscreen IR Remote: Using an ESP32 MCU, By Brian Millier
70: EMBEDDED SYSTEM ESSENTIALS: Build Your Own EMFI Tool: The PicoEMP Project, By Colin O’Flynn
75: Product News
78: Test Your EQ
79: The Future of Bioelectronics: Bioelectronics: Where Bits Meet Biology, By Thomas Herget and Steven Johnston

Issue #381
April 2022
Drone Development Kits
6: Getting Started with RTOSes: RTOS on an MCU, By Stuart Ball
12: Capacitive Touch Keyboard for Synthesizers: The LMS101 Project, By Liam Brinston, Michael Brown and Silas Jantzen
20: Antique Clock Accuracy Project: Reloaded: PSoC4 MCU Back in Action, By Aubrey Kagan
28: Build a Long-Term DAQ System (Part 2): The Software Design, By Anuj Justus
40: Drone Development Kits Add Intelligence, Features: Skyward Solutions, By Jeff Child
46: Raspberry Pi Add-On Ecosystem Grows: RPi HAT Roundup, By Jeff Child
55: THE DARKER SIDE: The Darker Side: The 100th!: 15 Years, Fearless and Fun, By Robert Lacoste
60: EMBEDDED IN THIN SLICES: Debugging Embedded: Real-Time Systems (Part 1): The Bugs, By Bob Japenga
66: FROM THE BENCH: Using I2S to Transfer Digital Data (Part 2): The Output Side, By Jeff Bachiochi
74: Product News
78: Test Your EQ
79: The Future of Real-Time in Databases: Embedded Databases in Real-Time Systems, By Steve Graves

May 2022
Railway System Advances
6: Drone Captures 3D Building Model: The PANTHER I Project, By Benjamin Jackson, Job Matthew Yap, Kipling Dickie, Arman Espallardo, and Jaden Prigione
12: Getting Started with Resistors: Workhorses Devices, By Stuart Ball
18: Build a USB-C Power Supply: Plug-In Power, By Andrew Levido
26: Custom Power Converters for an Electric Vehicle: Cornell EV Team Design, By Eric Kahn
32: Raspberry Pi Rescue Robot: The Scouting Owl Project, By Robby Huang and Parth Sarthi Sharma
38: Advances in Railway Systems: The Importance of Embedded Technologies for Modern Railway Systems, By Al Mahmud Al Mamun
44: Embedded MCU Software Development Suites, By Brian Millier
50: Datasheet: Mini-ITX and Pico-ITX SBCs: Picking Up Mixed Signals, By Al Mahmud Al Mamun
54: Building a Touchscreen Display: Using a Bridgetek BT81x, By Brian Millier
64: Embedded System Essentials: Taking a Look at RISC-V Power Analysis, By Colin O’Flynn
68: Hand Gesture Detection: Using Broadcom’s APDS-9960, By Jeff Bachiochi
79: The Future of  Wearables: The Revolution of Bio-MEMS with Smart Wearables, By Nishant Mittal

Issue #383
June 2022
Digital Signage
6: Build IoT Secure Apps with AWS Services: AWS IoT EduKit Overview, by Raul Alvarez-Torrico
14: A New Option for Renewable Backup Energy: For Solar Power and Batteries, By Nicholas Lockwood, Philip Shuck, Daniel Pedro, and Navin Francis
20: Asymmetric VR Game with Custom Microcontroller Peripherals: Collaborative Game, By Cameron Haire, Michaela Bettez, and Daniel Batan
28: Build a Wattmeter/PowerGrid Analyzer, By Vincent Thiernesse
37: Low Distortion Voltage-Controlled Floating Resistor, By Dimitri Danyuk
43: Technologies for Digital Signage: Realistic Representation with Digital Signage, By Al Mahmud Al Mamun
50: Sensor Solutions for Embedded Systems, By Al Mahmud Al Mamun
54: DATASHEET: AC-DC Power Supplies: Convert power AC to DC, By Al Mahmud Al Mamun
58: START TO FINISH: Getting Started – Capacitors, By Stuart Ball
64: EMBEDDED IN THIN SLICES: Debugging Embedded Real-Time Systems (Part 2): Bugs of Time, By Bob Japenga
69: FROM THE BENCH: Small Signal Sampling: In a Heartbeat, By Jeff Bachiochi
74: Product News
78: Test Your EQ
79: The Future of  Manufacturing: The Current State of Electronics Manufacturing and Why It’s No Longer Sustainable, By Ted Pawela

Issue #384
July 2022
PCB Design
6: Searching for Gold with X-Rays: Using a Common PIN Photodiode, By George R. Steber
14: Designing and Building a PIC32 Video Game: Sharks and Minnows Multiplayer Game, By Tyler Bisk and Chidera Wokonko
20: Asynchronous High-Bandwidth, Low-Latency Communication: CPU-Intensive Devices, By Joseph Whelan, Akugbe Imudia, and Devlin Babcock
28: Sunrise Alarm Clock: Wake Up with a Natural Sunrise Simulation, By Jonathan Pfeifer
34: A Comprehensive Introduction of TinyML (Part 1): Control RGB LED Using Voice Commands, By Dhairya Parikh
40: PCB Design Tool Trends: Designing Circuit Board Blueprints, By Al Mahmud Al Mamun
46: Wireless Connectivity Choices: Efficient and Scalable Approaches to Connecting Embedded Systems, By Al Mahmud Al Mamun
50: DATASHEET Embedded PCs: Handling Demanding Conditions, By Al Mahmud Al Mamun
54: Picking Up Mixed Signals: Building a Touchscreen Display (Part 2): Using the Bridgetek BT81x Controller Family, By Brian Millier
64: Embedded System Essentials: Revisiting Code Readout Protection Claims, By Colin O’Flynn
69: From the Bench: Heart Monitoring from Home: A Personal EKG Device and Heart Monitor, By Jeff Bachiochi
76: Product News
78: Test Your EQ
79: TECH THE FUTURE:   The Future of Climate Change: Tackling Climate Change With Satellite IoT, By Laurent Vieira de Mello

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