Inside This Issue: July #348

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Inside this month’s issue of Circuit Cellar magazine:

Issue #348
July 2019
Technologies for Railway Systems
6: EOG-Controlled Video Game: Eyes as Interface, By Eric Cole, Evan Mok and Alex Huang
12: Macros for AVR Assembler Programming: Tools of the Machine Code Trade, By Wolfgang Matthes
26: Building a Smart Frying Pan: Connected Control for Chef, By Joseph Dwyer
32: Inrush Current Limiters in Action: Circuit Guardians, By Matt Reynolds
36: Embedded Solutions Enable Smarter Railway Systems: Computing, Connectivity and Control, By Jeff Child
44: FPGAs Flex Their DSP Muscles: Pros at Signal Processing, By Jeff Child
48: PRODUCT FOCUS:  IoT Interface Modules: Smart Solutions, By Jeff Child
52: PICKING UP MIXED SIGNALS: Variable Frequency Drive (Part 1): Washing Machine Repurposed, By Brian Millier
58: EMBEDDED SYSTEM ESSENTIALS: A Look at Cores with TrustZone-M: Security Scrutinized, By Colin O’Flynn
64: THE CONSUMMATE ENGINEER: Energy Monitoring (Part 2): Tracking Electric Power, By George Novacek
68: FROM THE BENCH: Windless Wind Chimes (Part 2): My MIDI Upgrade, By Jeff Bachiochi
76: Product News
78: Test Your EQ
79: The Future of Autonomous Cars: Sensors, Software and More Sensors, By James Fennelly