Nuts and Volts January 2004
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|Nuts and Volts January 2004|
|Nanosprings, electricity from wind and water, getting Schmart, a big pile of Thinkpads, a small pile of tech jobs ... and more!|
|Let's Get Technical||16|
|Fiber optic communications - for everyone!|
|The instant bipedal walker.|
|Just for Starters||27|
|Easy ways to power your projects.|
|Experiments in Inductive Signal Transmission||40|
|Build a new wireless audio link system with parts you probably have lying around.|
|Pocket Geiger Unit||44|
|Hunt for zoomies with this minimal G-M tube driver and detector.|
Not only Ethernet, but TCP/IP as well - glued right to your favorite PIC!
|The New Electronics Experimenter||58|
|Is our hobby on the way out? No way, it's just changing its face.|
|What's Up: Test instruments galore, that's what. A handful of voltmeters, a diode, electrolytic capacitor ESR, and a novel continuity tester.|
|An industrial cop o' Joe - using the Javelin (and Java) as the brain of a PLC.|
|In the Trenches||94|
|For design engineers facing real world problems. This month: Intellectual property protection.|