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>> MOOORE COWBELL
I like your magazine and look forward
to it every month, however, it needs
something ... "More cowbell.” Would it be
possible to add more pages and columns to
your magazine? I often find it to be a quick
read and a long wait for the next issue. I
don't want to speak for everyone but I
personally wouldn't mind if these new pages
were ad-supported (if that’s how it works).
Keep up the good work.
newbies. Microchip makes a 16F54 Flash
part that's a drop-in replacement for the
16C54. There are documents on their
website showing the migration steps from
16C5x devices to the newer 16F5x parts.
>> MISWIRE ‘RELAYED’
Mike James, Sr.
St. Louis, MO
In the September Nuts & Volts, on
page 34, schematic 4, the relay_dpst
cannot work the way it is wired. One pin of
the relay should be tied to the +V and the
other pin on the transistor collector. The
remaining is okay.
>> WRONG PICK ON PIC
The August 2005 article "What the L is
it?" is a great article!
The sidebar "Picking a PIC" was a
waste of space and a disservice to PIC
Mike is correct. I will post the
changes on my website at www.kronos
robotics.com My thanks to Mike for
catching this and my apologies for any
Continued on page 31
by J. Shuman
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