Fwd: Elektor Weekly | no. 101 | Commodore 64 Recreated!
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14 January 2011 USA
Commodore 64 Recreated!
Commodore USA , LLC reports “progress being made on the new Commodore 64” . They say: “after many painstaking months a modern functional PC as close to the original C64 in design as humanly possible, will soon become a reality. It will house a mini-ITX PC board featuring Dual Core Atom and Nvidia Ion2. The Cherry brand key switches, which are in...
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Read more Freescale shrinks magnetic compass chip
Freescale Semiconductor has announced a new magnetometer chip for mobile devices incorporating magnetic compass capability, which it claims is smaller and consumes less power than competing devices. The Xtrinsic MAG3110 three-axis sensor can be used to determine headings for navigation, dead-reckoning, and various location-based services (LBSs)....
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In this Issue
Experiments with Digital Electronics
This book presents fundamental circuits using gates, flip-flops and counters from the CMOS 4000 Series. Learning these fundamentals is best done using practical experiments. This book contains 50 digital circuits which will improve your knowledge and will be fun to boot.
Elektor Masterclass on Valve Amplifiers
In this Masterclass Menno van der Veen will examine the predictability and perceptibility of the specifications of valve amplifiers.
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