Nuts and Volts of BASIC Stamps Volume 1

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Nuts & Volts of BASIC Stamps Volume 1: Applications from Temperature and Time to Telephones and Networking - Columns #1-45 (March 1995 - January 1999

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  • Column #1, March 1995: New Column Puts the Spotlight on BASIC Stamp Projects         
  • Column #2, April 1995: Thermometer on a Chip         
  • Column #3, May 1995: Adapt a Keypad for Pro-Quality Data Entry         
  • Column #4, June 1995: High-Precision Measurement Made Easy with 12-bit A/D Converter         
  • Column #5, July 1995: Checking Battery Condition and Multiplexing I/O Lines         
  • Column #6, August 1995: Silicon Steroids for your Stamp         
  • Column #7, September 1995: DTMF Tones with CM8880 Transceiver         
  • Column #8, October 1995: Rotary Encoders Provide Friendly Spin and Grin Interface         
  • Column #9, November 1995: Exterminating Common Bugs         
  • Column #10, December 1995: LED Display Chip         
  • Column #11, January 1996: Crystal Controlled Oscillator         
  • Column #12, February 1996: Rocket Acceleration and Velocity         
  • Column #13, March 1996: Catching and Correcting Operating Errors with Boolean Logic         
  • Column #14, April 1996: Accelerating and Compiling PBASIC         
  • Column #15, May 1996: Understanding the RC Time Instruction         
  • Column #16, June 1996: Using BS2 Serial Communication         
  • Column #17, July 1996: Exploring the BS1 EEPROM         
  • Column #18, August 1996: Analog Output from the Stamp         
  • Column #19, September 1996: Connect BS2 to Phone Lines, LED Display for BS1         
  • Column #20, October 1996: Use the BS1's Debug Output for Stamp-PC Communication         
  • Column #21, November 1996: TSL230 Light-to-Frequency Chip         
  • Column #22, December 1996: Scan a Keypad with BS2 for Pushbutton Uses         
  • Column #23, January 1997: Electronic Control for DC Motors         
  • Column #24, February 1997: Modem Lets Stamps Access Global Communications Network         
  • Column #25, March 1997: Analog to Digital Conversion         
  • Column #26, April 1997: Model Traffic Signal         
  • Column #27, May 1997: Measuring Water level    
  • Column #28, June 1997: RS-485 Transceiver for Reliable Network Communications         --
  • Column #29, July 1997: Interfacing of Temperature Sensors         
  • Column #30, August 1997: Building PBASIC Programs Based on a Plan         
  • Column #31, September 1997: Demystifying Character-based LCD's         
  • Column #32, October 1997: LCD Custom Characters         
  • Column #33, November 1997: It's Time to Get Real Using the DS1302 Part 1         
  • Column #34, December 1997: It's Time to Get Real Using the DS1302 Part 2         
  • Column #35, January 1998: Back to the Basics (PBASIC) with Fun and Games         
  • Column #36, February 1998: Advanced Stamp Programming Techniques         
  • Column #37, March 1998: Goin' GUI - Pump Station Control         
  • Column #38, April 1998: Getting Back to the BS1-IC         
  • Column #39, May 1998: Building a Custom Digital Thermometer         
  • Column #40, June 1998: Using the SPO256-AL2 Speech Allophone Processor         
  • Column #41, July 1998: Remote Control Stamping Part 1         
  • Column #42, August 1998: Remote Control Stamping Part 2         
  • Column #43, September 1998: Complimentary I/O         
  • Column #44, November 1998: Timing is Everything         
  • Column #45, January 1999: Back to the Basics (Stamps, that is!)