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Название: Elector №6 2010 Издательство: Elektor International Media Год: 2010 Страниц: 87 Язык: Английский Формат: pdf Качество: отличное Размер: 21.5Mб
Elektor is a monthly magazine about hobby electronics, first published as "Electuur" in the Netherlands in 1960, and now published worldwide in nine languages: English, German, Dutch, French, Chinese, Greek, Spanish, Swedish and Finnish. Elektor publishes schematics of electronic designs geared to hobbyists, but also of interest to professionals. To help hobbyists build these designs Elektor also offers printed circuit boards of many of its designs, and kits and modules. If the design uses a microcontroller, as is now often the case, Elektor also publishes the sourcecode for it on their website
Colophon Who's who at Elektor magazine.
Elektor Foundation Awards 2010
News & New Products A monthly roundup of all the latest in electronics land.
Energy from the Internet, Water and ICs We discovered some unexpected sources of electrical energy you, too, might want to tap into to help save the planet.
OBD2 Mini Simulator A chicken and egg problem ended: this simulator will tell for sure if your OBD analyser is working properly — with no car around.
Wireless Electricity meets RFID An end to the myth held up by professionals saying you can't make your own RFID readers, personalized tags, or an RFID system to transfer energy.
High Speed Flash Trigger Here's how the Elektor ATM18 board takes control of ultra-fast photo flashing for events requiring high time resolution.
DMX512 Control Interface Based on a Cypress PSoC powerhouse this DMX512 controller has a mass of functionality and a sleek user interface, too.
Two USB scopes and one not so USB USB oscilloscopes are all the rage. This month E-LABs examined three instruments, one low cost, one high end, and one with no USB and no PC connected — yes, it's stand alone!
Audio teamwork E-LABs were called in to provide assistance with distortion measurements on a few high-spec audio amplifiers. Some quirky results!
Measuring for Free Why buy expensive test equipment if your PC, a good soundcard and some free software are just fine for many measurements in the audio frequency range?
LiPo AutoBalancer Here we get to grips with 2s, 3s and 4s Lithium Polymer battery packs and the need to balance their charging process.
Intersceptre opens doors (and ports!) for you Fast, convenient prototyping of sophisticated microcontroller applications becomes a reality with this multi-platform extension board.
Starry Night This unique celestial slide show displaysthe major constellations using an MSP430 microcontroller. Fully configurable and expandable it's sure to be a talking point.
Alternative HiFi Power Supplies Here we examine if those dirt cheap switch-mode power supplies from China etc. are any good for serious audio applications.
My Friend the Accelerometer Stick an accelerometer device onto a loudspeaker cone, add a suitable preamplifier and you have a tool of the trade for advanced acoustic measurements. Ed Simon explains.
Design Tip: Mini dice A PIC and a few LEDs make a dice circuit that does really well in terms of randomness.
Hexadoku Our monthly puzzle with an electronics touch.
Retronics: elekterminal (1978) Regular feature on electronics "odd & ancient". Series Editor: Jan Buiting