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Название: Elector №1 2011 Издательство: Elektor International Media Год: 2011 Страниц: 88 Язык: Английский Формат: pdf Качество: отличное Размер: 6.74Mб
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.
The PCB Prototyper Spreads its Wings
News & New Products A monthly roundup of all the latest in electronics land.
mbed Has Landed! Simon Ford's monthly column on the Elektor/NXPmbed challenge
Economical Energy Harvesting Presenting several designs that enable circuits to be powered from solar energy.
Thin FAT An overview of open source FAT file system libraries for embedded applications.
Nixie Tube Thermometer Thisiswhatyou get from combining a modern microcontroller with a truly classic display.
Flight Data Recorder A speed and velocity recorderfor model airplanes, based on ourATMi8 microcontroller module.
Energy Saving Tips Seventeen ways, some tongue in cheek, to reduce your energy bill and decrease your personal carbon footprint.
AII-Soft-555 Two new software utilities allow an ATtiny microcontroller to act like the celebrated 555 timer, with a few features added!
E-Labs Inside: Under Scrutiny: The Xmega Board A look at Mikroelektronika's latest development system for the Xmega processor.
E-Labs Inside: Spotted at Electronica 2010 Some remarkable products seen last November at the world's leading exhibition on state of the art electronics.
E-Labs Inside: Here Comes the Bus! We call on our readers to assist with the development of the Elektor Bus.
Low-cost Headphone Amplifier Guess what, it's straightforward, sounds good and consists of dead standard parts only.
Free Energy Is it truly possible to generate free energy, or are we deceiving ourselves and others?
Wireless ECG In this project Zigbee modules are used to build a system for wireless monitoring of cardiac signals.
Groping in the Dark Here we try to find out if a webcam is any good forconverting into a night vision camera.
Design Tips: Opamp versus Comparator These devices look very similar with their + and - labels atcertain pins, but ....
Support Board for Arduino Nano In this article, we're proposing a motherboard that was originally designed fora robotics application, butwhich can very well be used for other jobs too.
Three out of Two Ain't Bad Adding a tacho signal to a two-wire fan as used in PCs.
Notch Filters for Intermediate Frequencies Two simplefilters.oneRCandone LC, for suppressing noise in communication receivers.
Hexadoku Our monthly puzzle with an electronics touch.
Retronics: Tandberg Model 5 & Stereo Record Amplifier (ca. 1959) Regular feature on electronics 'odd & ancient'. Series Editor: Jan Buiting
Coming Attractions Next month in Elektor magazine.