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Circuit Cellar, the magazine for computer applications, is opening its embedded programming issue for a free preview download for the embedded design community.

This is being done as a promotion for Circuit Cellar’s new digital venue, called Digital Plus.

The issue may be viewed immediately from Circuit Cellar’s home page.

The embedded programming issue was distributed in print form at the Embedded Systems Conference in Silicon Valley this April.

However, print magazine readers should note that the digital version of this issue also contains the beginning of a bonus article series about time-triggered systems.

‘The popularity of this preview issue of Digital Plus took us by surprise,’ said Sean Donnelly, publisher of Circuit Cellar magazine.

‘The new venue allows Circuit Cellar to participate in more international university programmes than ever before.

‘And we’re pleased to keep up with the demands of the professors who use Circuit Cellar in the classroom.’

Donnelly said readers should continue to check back on the Circuit Cellar homepage in future months.

‘Each month we’ll release bonus material in digital form for subscribers and non-subscribers alike,’ he added.

Historically, Circuit Cellar magazine themes have included embedded applications, wireless communications, robotics, measurement and sensors, internet and connectivity, data acquisition, signal processing, analogue techniques and programmable logic, among others.

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