|Nuts and Volts February 2004|
Good-bye 12V, Hello 42V; Low-Battery Indicator; Iron Keeps its Cool; and Calibrate! Calibrate! Sance to the Music.
Discover what an Isopod can do for you!
Ethernet - Part 2: Wireless LANs.
Makin' It Motorized.
|Hobby Electronics is Down - Not Out||38|
A few more thoughts on the subject from one of the pioneering teachers of our hobby.
|Forrest M. Mims III|
|Harvesting Electricity from the Environment||40|
Light a 100 volt bulb with the waves that surround you.
|A Simple Capacitance Meter: Using the ADuC812||43|
Clever programming yields a useful bench tool.
|Making Your Own Custom Membrane Switches||48|
A simple - yet effective - way to dress up your projects.
|The Amazing Frisbee Black Box or Basic Stamp Frisbee||52|
Instrument your Favorite sporting goods!
|Human Error and the Engineering Design Process||56|
Some thoughts about user-centered design.
|What is Virtual Memory?||58|
Learn about the secret way your operating sustem manages limited physical RAM.
Part 1 of 2: Start exploring the final frontier from your own backyard.
|L. Paul Verhage|
|Bipolar Transistor Cookbook||70|
Part 8 of 8. In this month's final installment, useful transistor circuits and gadgets are covered.
New Cooling Technique for Electronic Devices, HP Continues to Gain Workstation Market Share, ... and more!
|Just for Starters||82|
Choosing a 7400-series logic family.
|In the Trenches||86|
For design engineers facing real world problems. This month: being successful.