Inside This Issue: December #365

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Inside this month’s issue of Circuit Cellar magazine:

Issue #365
December 2020
ICs for Machine Learning
6: Device Monitors Home Air-Quality and CO2: The IntlAir Project, By Andrei Florian
16: Breathalyzer Links to Car’s Ignition System: Using an NXP LPC802 MCU, By Julia Paglia
22: True Random Number Generation: Using Comparators, By Wolfgang Matthes
31: Understanding the Ultra96 Board (Part 1): The Hardware, By Nishant Mittal
36: Build a Line Follower Robot: With Arduino and PID Control, By Alexandru Dumitrache
42: IC and Software Solutions Enable Machine Learning: FPGAs, MCUs and Software, By Jeff Child
50: App-Specific Trend Drives Test and Measurement Gear: Market Mindset, By Jeff Child
55: DATASHEET: DC-DC Converters: Technology Charging Ahead, By Jeff Child
58: EMBEDDED IN THIN SLICES: FreeRTOS (Part 1): Intro to Real Time Operating Systems, By Bob Japenga
62: FROM THE BENCH: Automated TV Antenna Positioning System: Zeroing in on HDTV, By Jeff Bachiochi
68: THE DARKER SIDE: Voltage-Level Translation Techniques: Managing Mixed-Voltages, By Robert Lacoste
75: Product News
78: Test Your EQ
79: The Future of Chiplets: Specialized Chiplets Revive Moore’s Law, By Syed Alam


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