Danish Audio ConnecT. High quality audio parts. High-End Audio Parts for Hi-Fi, A/V and Pro-Audio. DACT products are used by audio and A/V audio equipment manufacturers and by DIY audiophiles throughout the world.
Danish Audio ConnecT – Denmark
Back in 1995, the first DACT product was the well-know CT1 and later CT2 stepped attenuator, which still today remain the single most recognized state-of-the-art audio volume control.
The CT100 is a two-channel phono preamplifier module with very accurate RIAA equalization and many features. It is realized with the best semiconductors available and non-inductive, low noise, SMD metal film resistors. The circuit is designed to accept both moving coil (MC) and moving magnet (MM) transducers/cartridges directly in order to eliminate the need for an external MC step-up transformer or amplifier. MC/MM input loading and input nominal level values are easy to select with high resolution by DIP-switches.
Danish Audio ConnecT A/S
Skannerupvej 14, DK-6980 Tim, Denmark.
Jens PIC and Z80 Projects
- PIC16C84 Programmer
- Z80 bootloader
- 8751 ROM Monitor software
- PIC16C84 Programmer
PIC-Programmer 2 for PIC16C84
Designs for VLSI
- 8-transistor delay-insensitive memory cell
- How to make PIC’s with high clockspeed.
- Analog low power converter
If you want to build electronic circuits, you need to connect the components of your circuit somehow. If you expect to make your circuit work more than just a few times, you need a solid way of connecting them. You need to create a printed circuit board (PCB).
“I started playing with electronics as a hobby when I was 14. Since then I have finished a Master’s degree and founded two electronic design companies.”
Build Electronic Circuits Like a Pro
The radar sensor uses a Ultra-Wideband (UWB) chip from Novelda. It sends out electromagnetic pulses and analyzes the pulses that are reflected back. In the video above, a part of the electromagnetic pulse will be reflected back when it hits the wall and a part of it penetrates the wall and is reflected from the cabinet behind the wall.
Radar Circuit Enables See-through Wall Robot
delabs – This is a nice Educational Website built by Oyvind from Norway. Only when we read and learn from the experience and views of others, our brain opens up to new ideas and we develop a wide perspective.