Events, Advances, and News
This month, read about platooning, desktop
performance in a portable, a free Pascal
compiler, and how to give your handhelds a
charge, plus some other interesting stuff.
Sharpening Your Tools of Creativity
Experimenting with capacitive-touch sensors
Reader Questions Answered Here
A battery charge limiter, SPICE modeling,
and a 433 MHz transmitter are some of the
things you’ll learn about this time.
Build the Stroboscopic Zoetrope
Try a new electronic “spin” on a very old
By Walter Noon
Cover image courtesy of Matthew Roddy.
Cover model is Victoria Masina.
Finally, here’s a device that can tell you exactly
what your fuel level is.
By Dan Gravatt
USB and the 32-Bit
Equip your Experimenter with a USB hardware
interface to use in a variety of applications.
By Thomas Kibalo
Mixed Voltage Systems —
Interfacing 5V and 3.3V Devices
Get a clear understanding of the various options
for interfacing signals at different voltages.
By Chris Savage
Programming · Hardware · Projects
USB to UART for Electronic Prototyping —
The Design Cycle
Advanced Techniques for Design Engineers
Drive your projects with the
SPECTRUM ACE ECS.
The Latest in Networking and
The wireless frequency spectrum crisis.