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Task Manager Circuit Cellar: The Next Iteration, by C. J. Abate
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FEATURE ARTICLES Ubuntu Webcam Server by Denny Lin Ready to take a look inside an Ubuntu webcam server? Once you finish this project, your viewers will have access to your streaming video via any modern browser (Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari, Opera, or Chrome) and desktop OS platform (WindowsXP, MacOS, or Linux).
Build an X10 Controller (Part 1) Circuit Design by Devlin Gualtieri This article series details the process of building an X10 controller from start to finish. Here you learn about the circuit design before moving on to the software
Wireless Data Exchange Build a 2,700-lb. Bluetooth Headset by Tom Struzik Building a Bluetooth-enabled device can be difficult if you don’t have any experience with the technology. Finding the right module can greatly simplify the process. The Bluegiga WT32 is a highly integrated Bluetooth module that fits the bill. Here you learn how to put Bluetooth to good use.
Hexapod Kinematics Motor Communication, Motion Planning, and Image Processing by Matt Bunting & John Rogers This article covers advanced topics in robotics applied to a completely autonomous hexapod design. The concepts of gait dynamics, feedback control, and optical flow for motion depiction are covered.
THE CONSUMMATE ENGINEER It All Begins With a Spec by George Novacek Your goal is to become a well-rounded, multidisciplinary engineer who can address hardware and software issues alike, tackle difficult design problems, and deliver quality work on a consistent basis. But achieving this goal takes time, effort, and guidance. So let’s start with the basics. LESSONS FROM THE TRENCHES Put C Language to the Test (Part 3) Rules and Assignments by George Martin In this third part of the Sudoku problem-solving exercise, you learn about a rules package and then receive some assignments. You’ve put C language to the test. Now a solution is within reach. FROM THE BENCH Application Communication with USB (Part 2) The Importance of Descriptors by Jeff Bachiochi You know how a USB device goes through a number of states as it progresses during the enumeration process. The next topic to understand is the standard device descriptor, which is the first item in a device’s datasheet.
SILICON UPDATE Wall Whisperer A Fresh Take on Powerline Communication by Tom Cantrell Powerline communication isn’t a new concept, but as the Rodney Dangerfield of networks, it just can’t get respect. So, maybe your experience with early versions was less than satisfying. Now Cypress is ready to give it another go. How about you?
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PREVIEW Issue #241 August 2010 — Embedded Development Advanced USB Design Debugging The 4-to-20-mA Current Loop Build an X10 Controller (Part 2): The Controller Program and Utility THE CONSUMMATE ENGINEER Embedded Safety THE DARKER SIDE A Tour of the Lab (Part 1): Time Domain Measurement Equipment ABOVE THE GROUND PLANE Crystal Properties: Circuit Models, Measurement, & Conversion FROM THE BENCH Application Communication with USB (Part 3): Assembly Code Finale SILICON UPDATE MIPS and More