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Название: Elector №10 2010 Издательство: Elektor International Media Год: 2010 Страниц: 87 Язык: Английский Формат: pdf Качество: отличное Размер: 20.6Mб
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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LabView Embedded for ARM jiCs If you think that LabVIEW can only be used for producing attractive man/machine interfaces for esoteric applications, then this article is for you.
Measure that Current! Ask an electronics enthusiast whether he or she has a clamp meter, and you'll hear that they're more suitable for electrical installers and service technicians. Nevertheless, in many cases a clamp meter can be just as useful as a multimeter.
FPGA Design Simulation A primer on using Quartus Web Edition and ModelSim Altera Edition.
CL-3 Digital Rotary Combination Lock A long time ago the CL-3 was a piece of 'black box' electronics. Today it's been redesigned as an open source project.
One-button Data Entry Here's how to double the function of a pushbutton in a user interface.
Discover the STM32! Development kits are a wonderful way to get started with microcontrollers, and cheap too!
Electrolytic capacitors in audio circuits Things to keep in mind when designing electrolytics into audio signal paths.
A pocket projector There's no end to the degree of miniaturization achieved in consumer products by the electronics industry.
CPS ft. Propeller Whenever there's a lot to do at the same time, like GPS processing and user-interfacing. the Parallax Propeller is the processor of choice.
ZigBee Today & Tomorrow The outlook of ZigBee is simply brilliant with so many OEMs rolling out innovative products every day that use the technology. Zigbee is tightly structured however, and here we look at it as a platform.
Tux and ATmega Our ATM18 has great potential in the Linux area, too, and here we show the ease of using the board with Linux tools only. Food for programmers!
Powerline Communications & the Chip Issue PLC communication is a virtual arena where a format war is imminent. We look at S-FSK, generally considered one of the strongest contenders.
Wheelie GT The general performance of the Elektor Wheelie can be substantially improved by adding a gear tooth sensor.
Design Tips From microphone to line input
Retronics: 80 Candles for the Pentode Regular feature on electronics 'odd & ancient'. Series Editor: Jan Buiting
Hexadoku Our monthly puzzle with an electronics touch
Coming Attractions Next month in Elektor magazine.