This is a review of the microMedic Contest Kit, designed to support the 2013 microMedic National Contest sponsored by the US Army's Telemedicine and Advanced Technology Research Center in collaboration with Carnegie Mellon Entertainment Technology Center and Parallax, Inc.
Assemble a versatile and high quality PIC trainer from stuff in your junkbox that will make going from concept to working project a breeze.
Generate pulses and/or logic level signals to check out the operation of your circuit before completing a project. This simple and straightforward unit will prove to be a handy addition to your workbench.
Events, Advances, and News (2.2013)
Read about memory cubes that are poised for production, the world’s thinnest UHD monitor, and being surveilled by store mannequins, just to name a few of the items presented.
by Joe Pardue
Smiley’s Workshop 55: The Arduino Proto Shield Alarm Clock — Part 2
Let's take a look at the alarm clock software for both Arduinos and PCs, and learn how dates and times in general are handled on microcontrollers. Part 55
by Louis E. Frenzel
LTE — The Wireless Cell Phone Radio Technology
The motivation to develop LTE comes from the explosion of data services now available on cell phones that are stressing current infrastructures.