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Inside this month’s issue of Circuit Cellar magazine:
Intelligent Vision Systems
6: Building the COSMAC ELF Microcomputer: Retro Design Reloaded, By Scott Weber
14: Ultraviolet: The Next LED Frontier: Hurdles and Hopes Examined, By Faiz Rahman
18: Build a Power Supply Monitoring and Control System: Using the ESP32 MCU, By Anuj Justus Rajappa and Vairamani Kanagavel
26: Voltage-Level Translation in MCU Projects: Solutions for Digital Controllers, By Wolfgang Matthes
36: Cache Coherence and the ACE Protocol: Snooping and Synching, By Nishant Mittal
41: Intelligent Vision Systems Leverage Embedded Tech: Smart Cameras, Software and Box-Level Systems, By Jeff Child
48: RISC-V Shakes Up the Embedded Processor Space: Open ISA Era Is Here, By Jeff Child
54: DATASHEET: Sensor ICs: Integration and Performance, By Jeff Child
58: EMBEDDED IN THIN SLICES: FreeRTOS (Part 6): FreeRTOS Security, By Bob Japenga
62: THE DARKER SIDE: Blocking and Interference Rejection: Signals and Sensitivity, By Robert Lacoste
68: FROM THE BENCH: How Gun-Style IR Thermometers Work (Part 2): Time for Temperature Tests, By Jeff Bachiochi
79: The Future of Massive IoT: Massive IoT and the Internet of Transformation, By Tom Nelson