“My name is Udo and I am living in the small village called Spenge, about 15 km north of Bielefeld. The DARC radio club is ‘OV Widukind – N59’ and the locator is JO42FD. I spend a part of my freetime with designing circuits and home-brewing electronic devices…”
QRP and homebrew by DL2YEO
- Front Panel Design
- Some useful Tables
- 13.8 V / 15 A from a PC
- 250 W S.M.P.S.
- Analogue Frequency Display
“The electronics industry uses several methods for labelling front panels and enclosures, including screen printing, press forming, erosion, lasers etc.. The common factor of these techniques is that they are generally beyond the home constructor. Having these parts specially made commercially can be very expensive, and the only alternative is standardized scales and fonts.”
Elektronik – Basteln – Projekte – German
“The electronics Kompendium.de is the website about electronics, computer technology, communications and networking technology for students, apprentices and students.”
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Timer 555 –
This book summarizes the articles and mini-courses by Thomas Schaerer and Patrick on the timer 555 together.
- wide scope of applications
- CMOS-Version practical tips to CMOS version
- alternative timer and clock circuits
The electronics workshop is a combination of fundamentals, application-oriented circuits and extracts from data sheets.
Elektronik-Magazin – Design info and circuits in german
VKHam.com – Australian Amateur Radio
- VK Callsign Lookup
- World Ham Maps
- Amateur Repeaters Maps
- Aust. CB/Marine/VHF Info
Elektronikladen ELMICRO offers a wide range of Evaluation Boards, Controller Modules and Software Development Tools. The company network was founded in 1975 in Detmold, Germany and operates a network of partners and sales representatives to support customers world-wide.
Elektronikladen – Mikrocontroller Starterkits
- ZEBRA – ZigBee-enabled Board for Radio Applications
- The ACPRD Project Page – Freescale HCS12 Reference Design
- Oliver Thamm’s HC12 Web – Freescale 68HC12/HCS12 Resources
The XScopes Xminilab and Xprotolab are a combination of three electronic instruments: a mixed signal oscilloscope, an arbitrary waveform generator, and a protocol sniffer; all housed in a small breadboard friendly module. The XScopes can also be used as development boards for the AVR XMEGA microcontroller.
Mixed Signal Oscilloscope: Simultaneous sampling of 2 analog and 8 digital signals. Meter Mode: VDC, VPP and Frequency readout. Arbitrary Waveform Generator with advanced sweep options on all the wave parameters. Spectrum Analyzer with different windowing options and selectable vertical log and IQ visualization.