Homebrew Electronic Projects of Harry

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.

  • EID – Electronics Training Kits and SystemsEID – Electronics Training Kits and Systems
    This is a colorful, useful and educative project from Erlich Industrial Development, Corp. You will learn using Op-Amps as comparators and also LED bar graph [...]
  • Flashing Mains Neon LampFlashing Mains Neon Lamp
    Here is a Neon Flasher circuit (untested) for a user request at Elex Quna. This can be built into a switchboard or a gadget for [...]
  • BEAM Robotics – Simple Nature Inspired BotsBEAM Robotics – Simple Nature Inspired Bots
    BEAM is an acronym standing for Biology, Electronics, Aesthetics, Mechanics. While BEAM robots are often simple (consisting of a solar cell , motor, 2 transistors [...]
  • Open source Wireless sensor platform – Waspmote
    Waspmote may have two radios at the same time connected when using the Expansion Radio Board allowing the creation of bridges among different networks such [...]
  • Farnell – Electronic Electrical Components
    Farnell is a world-leading supplier of electronic components, electronic parts and wholesale electronics including connectors, capacitors, semiconductors, resistors and more Farnell – Electronic Electrical Components [...]
  • VU Meter Circuits and ProjectsVU Meter Circuits and Projects
    Here is a collection of web pages of VU Meter projects that helps a newbie getting into the Electronics DIY Hobby Land. A Hobby now [...]
  • Lars Petersen OZ1BXM QRP DenmarkLars Petersen OZ1BXM QRP Denmark
    Amateur radio homepage by Lars Petersen of Holstebro, Denmark. The Useful Articles include some good rules for the QRPer and Main HF rig and antenna. [...]
  • Make a Encoder for your BotMake a Encoder for your Bot
    Need some help here. I want to build a cheap wheel encoder by myself. Now, my idea was to use a photodiode and a LED. [...]
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