VOL. 6 NO. 10
A Digital RF Datalink
by Fred Eady
When your robots need to
communicate, but can’t see each
other, short-distance signaling using
low-power RF solves the problem.
Features & Projects
Getting Control With the
Propeller: Part 2
by David Carrier
The Pico ITX Johnny 5
by Andrew Alter
Part 2 covers the concept and
implementation of PC-based robotics.
Get a Starter Motor
Runnin’ in Your Robot
by Steven Schmitt
Auto starter motors are often
overlooked for use in robot building.
However, they make a good choice
for power since they are almost
always series wound, inexpensive,
and readily available.
by Samuel Coniglio
This world class event continues to
not disappoint year after year.
External Interface for the
NXT Robotic Brick
by Dennis Bogden
Using Robot C software and
integrated circuits, you can interface
your own sensors and actuators to
the NXT brick.
Counting on the Tried and
True Schmitt Trigger
by Margaret Toebes
See how one team at the North
Carolina Science Olympiad put this
classic circuit to work.
Due to extraterrestrial activity, the “Build the Ultimate
Robot” series by Michael Simpson will continue in the
November issue. We apologize for any inconvenience.
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