Inside This Issue: July #360

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Inside this month’s issue of Circuit Cellar magazine:

Issue #360
July 2020
PCB Design and Verification
6: Calibrating an MCU’s RTC Using GPS: Put Time on Your Side, By Stuart Ball
14: Tool Estimates IoT Device Battery Life: BattLab-One, By Doug Peters
20: IoT System Design Challenges: Connected Complexities, By Nishant Mittal
26: Build an NTSC Racing Video Game: Using a PIC32 MCU, By Brandon Guo, Dustin Hwang and Haley Lee
32: Auto Design Safety Analysis – Reloaded: Understanding and Simplifying FMEDAs, By Chuck Battikha and Doug Smith
38: PCB Design Tools Up Their Systems Game: Coping with Complexities, By Jeff Child
42: FPGAs and GPUs Flex Their AI Muscles: Chip-Level Supercomputing, By Jeff Child
49: DATASHEET: IoT Interface Modules: Wireless Wonders, By Jeff Child
52: PICKING UP MIXED SIGNALS: Build a SoundFont MIDI Synthesizer (Part 2): The Firmware and Circuitry, By Brian Millier
60: EMBEDDED SYSTEM ESSENTIALS: Building the ChipJabber-Unplugged: Old-School Glitching, By Colin O’Flynn
66: FROM THE BENCH: Oil Tank Gauge Uses Ultrasonic Sensing: Arduino in Action, By Jeff Bachiochi
74: Product News
78: Test Your EQ
79 The Future of Intelligent Vehicle Telematics: Telematics -The Auto Industry’s Black Box, By Dr. James J. Hunt

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