In This Issue ...
Upgrading the Boe-Bot — Part 2
by William Henning
This last installment will show
you how to add infrared
remote control, line following
sensors, a compass, and an
infrared range sensor.
48 Double Your USB Pleasure With Cerebot
by Fred Eady
What do you get when you
throw a little USB, some SPI,
and a PmodRF2 into a Mi Wi
stew? If you cook up all of
those ingredients in a Cerebot
32MX7 pot, you will end up with a mechanically inclined 32-bit RF-capable robotic controller.
This month, Fred shows you how to use various Digilent Pmods and the Microchip Mi Wi stack to establish
an RF data link between a pair of Digilent Cerebot 32MX7s.
56 Designing A Low Cost Laser Range Finder — Part 1
by Joe Grand
Joe takes us on his journey in developing a laser
range finder, from beginning concepts to
62 Getting Started With FPGAs — Part 2
by David Ward
For this last part, a more complex and useful
digital design using the Basys2 FPGA trainer will
Adding a Microcontroller to the Beginner Bot — Part 3
by Gordon McComb
By moving up to a miniature computer to operate
your Beginner Bot, you’ll be able to modify its
action and behavior just by rewriting a few lines
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