Inside This Issue: April #357

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Inside this month’s issue of Circuit Cellar magazine:

Issue #357
April 2020
Camera Integration for Drones
6: Build a Rhythm Gesture Game: With RF Comms and PIC32, By Kristina Nemeth, Jennifer Fuhrer and Joshua Diaz
12: Intro to Ardupilot and PX4 (Part 1): Drone Autopilot Solutions, By Raul Alvarez-Torrico
20: Build a Soap Carving System: MCU Motor Control, By Ho-Jung Yang and Jared Gallina
26: Mapping Tool Leverages LIDAR Technology: Affordable 3D Map Creation, By Andrew Orme, Nicholas Gee, Alex Gowans and Duncan Stannard
32: Laser 3D Scanner Uses Raspberry Pi: Meshes and Motors, By Michael Xiao and Thomas Scavella
40: Drone Camera Solutions Aim for New Heights: Eyes in the Skies Evolve, By Jeff Child
46: Embedded PCs Gear Up for In-Vehicle Duties: Intelligent Transportation, By Jeff Child
52: DATASHEET: 32-Bit Microcontrollers: System Chips, By Jeff Child
56: EMBEDDED IN THIN SLICES: LoRa (Part 4): Building a Prototype LoRa Device, By Bob Japenga
62: THE DARKER SIDE: DSSS in a Nutshell: The Power of Patterns at Play, By Robert Lacoste
68: FROM THE BENCH: Taking RPLIDAR Out for a Spin (Part 2): Intelligence Upgrade, By Jeff Bachiochi
74: Product News
78: Test Your EQ
79: The Future of Robotics: How Rotary Encoders Will Serve Mobile Robotics, By Jeff Smoot

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