EXCLUSIVE-ONLINE ARTICLE. A computer-based scope called the BitScope.
Historians often miss inventor’s most important inventions — and even miss great inventors altogether! This was never truer than with Charles Steinmetz.
Learn the fundamental principles that PLL circuits embody and try your hand at a couple applications.
As promised last month, the two different operation modes will be explained, as multople coils in a differential sensor approach are used.
Build it, play it, and re-master your skills at Retro Rover and Tetris.
by Vern Graner
In an attempt to explore some of the interesting and inspiring ways art and technology intertwine, this month we will focus on a number of works from some talented technoartisans who have used technology and robotics to pursue their muse in interesting and ingenious ways.
by Ron Hackett
Taming Unruly LCDs: Part 1
In the previous installment of the PICAXE Primer, I said we would turn our attention toward interfacing our Master Processor with inexpensive LCD displays based on the Hitachi HD44780 controller
by Louis E. Frenzel
Wireless Made Easy with a New Kit
Think of your TV remote control, garage door opener, remote keyless entry on your car, and other wireless devices you use daily. Now you can bring that convenience and functionality to other projects.