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Название: Elector №9 2010 Издательство: Elektor International Media Год: 2010 Страниц: 87 Язык: Английский Формат: pdf Качество: отличное Размер: 21.0Mб
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
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Colophon Who's who at Elektor magazine.
News & New Products A monthly roundup of all the latest in electronics land.
Give your Projects Simple Grace Introducing Elektor's new Project Cases to house electronics projects
Build a Scrolling LED Message Board in One Day NXP's mbed rapid prototyping platform put through its paces; and preparing for the NXP/ARM mbed design contest later this year.
Virtual Measurements and Predictions With the right software tools, it's feasible to know in advance if your design will function as intended.
Simulation Beats Trial and Error Showing how LTSpice can be used for circuit analysis with some surprising results.
Digital Multi-Effects Unit Reverb, chorus and danger are just a few of the effects provided by this advanced 'box' designed around the FV-1 effects chip.
The Elektor DSP Radio (2) This month we cover antenna input selection and the PC software developed for the project.
Examined: Hameg HMO2524 Elektor's lab guys got this pretty advanced 'scope to play with — and report on, of course.
Know what you're measuring Some thoughts on measurement methods to determine the sound quality of capacitors. Can it be done easily?
Tiny samples, big footprint A few chips was all we ordered and look what the mailman left on our doorstep.
And dropping by at Elektor... Multimedia-savvy chips sets from TeleChips demoed at Elektor House (built in 1692).
Useful spares or toxic waste? RoHS is viewed upon with horror by many hobbyists, but is not necessarily evil bureaucracy.
Juggling Audio Bits No better way of entering the world of digital audio processing than getting your hands on a miniDSP board.
Dual Voltage/Current Display The symmetrical version of the Unilab power supply is extended with a voltage and current (V/I) readout.
High-voltage Probe A special design is called for to measure small differences between high voltages.
Vision System for Small Microcontrollers Just accept slow, slow sampling speeds and even not-so-fast micros will be capable of seeing objects around them.
Bascom 8051 Math Routines Here's a versatile, advanced set of mathematical operations ready to compile and run on your 8051 microcontroller system.
Hexadoku Our monthly puzzle with an electronics touch.
Retronics: Delay-line Digital Memory (ca. 1968) Regular feature on electronics 'odd & ancient'. Series Editor: Jan Buiting
Coming Attractions Next month in Elektor magazine.