Here’s a sneak peek at the projects and topics slated for the April issue of Circuit Cellar: Linux software development tools, DIY cap-touch, gain-controlled amplifier; color classification reader; start designing with the Renesas RL78 microcontroller; an introduction to sigma-delta modulators; RFI bypassing, with a focus on parallel capacitors; mesh networking simplified with SNAP technology; and more.
Clemens Valens introduces the Renesas Electronics RL78:
Jeff Bachiochi takes a close look at Synapse Wireless SNAP technology:
Ed Nisley presents Part 2 of his article series “RFI Bypassing”:
The April issue will hit newsstands in late March.
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