wikiHow – A Collaborative How-Too Manual

wikiHow – A Collaborative How-Too Manual

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Category:Computers and Electronics – WikiHow

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    Melabs from Colorado Springs designs and markets embedded systems for Training and Prototype design. The include complete systems for PIC microcontroller development, Device programmers and [...]
  • Jason Neals DIY Audio and ElectronicsJason Neals DIY Audio and Electronics
    Dual Polarity Power Supply Two versions of a dual polarity power supply with printed circuit board artwork. The supplies are built around the popular LM317 [...]
  • AVR Circuits by Vassilis Serasidis – AVRsite
    Circuits based on AVR microcontrollers (?C) from Atmel. “little powerful things” AVR Circuits by Vassilis Serasidis – AVRsite A mega32 based low speed oscilloscope. It [...]
  • Museum Of Electricity – Charles BrushMuseum Of Electricity – Charles Brush
    Yes, there were electric lights powered by central stations before Edison’s! Carbon arc lamps saw extensive use throughout the USA and the world from the [...]
  • Antenna-amplifier with BFT 12 for FM-rangeAntenna-amplifier with BFT 12 for FM-range
    The only way to improve the reception of FM-signals or particularly of stereo FM-signals under disadvantageous receiving conditions is to amplify the antenna signal. This [...]
  • Robot Building for Beginners – David Cook
    Robot Building for Beginners – David Cook Wireless Video and Speech Telepresence Robot Combination Handheld Tachometer, Thermometer, and Counter Pulse-Width Modulation (PWM) for Motors and [...]
  • Mains Voltage Stabilizer Circuits
    Mains Voltage Stabilizer Circuits These circuits were drawn for a person in Africa. See the thread here… stabilizer circuit. They were not tested by me, [...]
  • KD7LMO amateur radio and open source hardwareKD7LMO amateur radio and open source hardware
    KD7LMO amateur radio and open source hardware Nixie Tube Clock “In the pioneering sprit of amateur radio and open source hardware and software, I’ve assembled [...]
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