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Inside this month’s issue of Circuit Cellar magazine:
AI & Robotics
4: Prototype AI Apps with SenseCAP K1100: Part 1: Model Training and Deployment, By Raul Alvarez-Torrico
13: Helping Students Find Uncongested Study Spaces: Using a Raspberry Pi 4, a PiTFT Display, and Data, By Minjung Kwon & Esther In
20: Measuring the Frequency Response of a DC Motor: Using Linear and Non-Linear Techniques, By Shlomo Engelberg, Aviel Maor, and Jakob (Kobi) Weizman
26: TECHNOLOGY FEATURE: AI and Robotics, By Michael Lynes
32: DATASHEET: AC-DC Power Supplies: Powering the Next Generation of Embedded Design, By Sam Wallace
36: START TO FINISH: Solar Energy—Getting Started, By Stuart Ball
41: THE MAGIC SMOKE FACTORY: RGB LED Animation: With a Rainbow Wave Pattern as an Example, By Joseph Corleto
46: EMBEDDED IN THIN SLICES: Debugging Embedded Real-Time Systems: Flawed Assumptions in Finding Bugs, By Bob Japenga
50: FROM THE BENCH: Artificial Dawn and Dusk: Don’t Scare the Chickens!, By Jeff Bachiochi
63: TECH THE FUTURE: The Future of Successful PCB Manufacturing: Common PCB Design Mistakes, By Don Kaufman
BONUS DIGITAL EDITION FEATURE ADDITION: Solving Level-Translation and Logic Problems: Using Discrete Components, By Wolfgang Matthes