Monthly Archives: November 2012

Will your low-power design run on batteries for 30 years? This design from 1981 did.

I hang out on the discussion forum for the hpmuseum.org Web site, mostly to soak up the ambiance of people who really love old HP calculators. I own an original HP 35 (the world’s first pocket scientific calculator) that I … Continue reading

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Hands On Review: Texas Instruments’ Stellaris ARM Cortex-M4F LaunchPad Eval Board—$4.99!!! (sort of)

This is truly a bargain-of-the-year kind of story. A few months ago, I ordered two of the new TI Stellaris LaunchPad Eval Boards, which incorporate a TI Stellaris LM4F120H5QR microcontroller. I ordered one for me and one for my new … Continue reading

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