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  • Circuit Cellar is the only publication that provides intensive, exploratory articles about hardware and software methods for embedded-control systems.

    The sophisticated professionals in this rapidly growing market demand new tools and information to develop unique solutions to their application problems. Circuit Cellar provides these professionals with insightful analysis of emerging technologies and concepts, enabling them to be better equipped to make long-term forecasts and purchasing decisions-decisions that not only affect the direction of their own enterprises but also shape future technologies.

    What Kind of Engineer Reads Circuit Cellar?

    Circuit Cellar attracts an international audience of qualified engineers who continually influence the design and production of embedded hardware and software systems. These hands-on embedded systems engineers participate in our many design contests and evaluation programs, consistently proving their design skills and qualifications. Our readers, who pay to receive their monthly issues of Circuit Cellar, know they are spending money on a true resource guidebook. And we never let them down as we deliver over 100 full-length application articles every year in addition to access to a multitude of in-depth design contest project entries.
Circuit Cellar: The Magazine For Computer Applications Press Release -

  • Circuit Cellar and Elektor Launch the "NXP mbed Design Challenge!"
  • Circuit Cellar: The Magazine for Computer Applications and Elektor International Media are pleased to announce the launch of the NXP mbed Design Challenge 2010, the first contest launch since these two powerhouse pubs merged in December 2009.
  • Starting September 21, 2010, engineers from around the world will be challenged to use the mbed NXP LPC1768 prototyping board and mbed online "Cloud" ...
  • September 22, 2010