Homebrew Electronic Projects of Harry
Harry’s Homebrew Homepages; a resource for radio, hamradio and electronics in general.
Harry Lythall – SM0VPO/G4VVJ.
Antenna projects, Receiver circuits, Transmitters circuits, AF / Amps circuits, Morse Code, PSU circuits, Useful circuits, EPROM circuits, RF Converters, Synthesizer circuits.
Projects and Designs of Wolfgang Wieser
Digital circuits, programmable logic devices and microcontrollers, Boards which connect to a PC via the USB port (USB8bit, USB-FX2) which supersede my very old parallel port card (Latch16bit).
4 Channel Servo Controller – This is a small and leight-weight controller for up to 4 RC peripherals (such as servos) with a digital I2C interface.
USB-AtmelPrg: Wolfgang’s Universal Interface Cable
USB-FX2 Interface Board (USB-2.0) – A small microcontroller-steered 16bit parallel IO interface board connecting external devices to a computer applying USB-2.0 (high-speed).
Electronic Projects – Rickard Gunée
PIC Game system – Hardware description of the system that is running pong and tetris.
AVR Color Clock – A clock using the standard resistor colors (+2) to show time with two RGB LEDs.
PIC Mini Dice is an electronic dice based on a PIC10F200 and built with surface mounted components.
Even though this is a very simple project, it requires some surface mount soldering skills, proper tools, and a steady hand as it is built with surface mounted components only.
Educypedia is an information resource about scientific and educational material: electronics, science, engineering, encyclopedia and information technology.
De Beer Gino an Engineer of Belgium had made a Resource called Educypedia …”A free online encyclopedia, stands for educational encyclopedia. The goal is providing people a gateway the best electronic sources (technical and scientific matter) on the internet.”
Early 2000 Educypedia
This Resource was most popular in the late Nineties to early 2000 times. Then he hosted it in a domain educypedia.be. Around 2009 the links to the valuable pages are broken.
Educypedia Electronics Mirror – Thanks to karadimov.info
This is the best mirror of educypedia, but many outgoing links are broken as many websites have gone ! See most at “The WayBack Machine” Even the Lost ones.
Educypedia – Electronics – Thanks to Archive.org