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Circuit Cellar magazine features engineering tutorials, detailed microcontroller-based projects, and embedded systems industry news for professional electrical engineers, EE/ECE academics, and highly skilled electronics enthusiasts. Since 1988, Circuit Cellar has featured projects and tutorials from the world's top engineers on subjects such as embedded development (e.g., prototyping and programming), signal processing (e.g., DSP chips and signal conditioning), programmable logic (e.g., FPGA projects), sensor systems (e.g., smart sensors and MEMS), 'Net-connected devices (e.g., IoT projects and protocol stacks), robotics (e.g., robotic systems and proximity sensing), and much more. Circuit Cellar is the ultimate resource for all of your electrical engineering-related needs.
6 Exploring the ESP32’s Peripheral Blocks For IoT or Home Control By Brian Millier 16 Posture Corrector Leverages Bluetooth App-Controlled Wearable By Rohit Jha, Erissa Irani and Amanda Pustis 22 Apartment Entry System Uses PIC32 Smart Buzzer Scheme By Joseph Featherston 30 Designing a Home Cleaning Robot (Part 4) Firmware Design By Nishant Mittal and Vaisakh KV SPecial FEATURE 36 IoT: From Device to Gateway Modules for the Edge By Jeff Child Technology Spotlight 42 Software Tools Flex Their Code Analysis Muscles Complexity and Quality Collide By Jeff Child Product Focus 46 ADCs and DACs Pushing the Boundaries By Jeff Child 50 Embedded System Essentials Pick and Place Made Easier Open-Source Tool Project By Colin O’Flynn 54 The Consummate Engineer Measuring Acceleration By George Novacek 58 Above the Ground Plane Stepper Motor Waveforms A Journey in Microsteps By Ed Nisley 66 From the Bench Texting and IoT Embedded Devices (Part 1) Fun with the ESP8266 SoC By Jeff Bachiochi TECH THE FUTURE 79 The Future of IoT Sensors Forecasts Predict Deluge of Powerful IoT Sensors By Zach Wendt