Tag: electronics

via HACKADAY: Homemade LED Clock Stands Test Of Time

In an era when you might get chastised if your mobile phone is more than two years old, it’s easy to forget that hardware was not always meant to be a temporary commodity. We acknowledge a few standout examples of classic hardware still surviving into the modern era, such as vintage computers, but they’re usually […]

via HACKADAY: Why You Shouldn’t Quite Forget The Moving Coil Multimeter

If you were to ask a random Hackaday reader what their most fundamental piece of electronic test equipment was, it’s likely that they would respond with “multimeter”. If you asked them to produce it, out would come a familiar item, a handheld brick with a 7-segment LCD at the top, a chunky rotary selector switch, […]

This Week in Amateur Radio #924

Edition # 924 – Release date: Saturday, November 12, 2016 This podcast is suitable for air on amateur radio frequencies. Download here: https://archive.org/details/TWIAR924HAM Here are the stories making news … This Week in Amateur Radio: Amateur Radio “Uniquely Situated” to be at Leading Edge Again, Conferees Told “Noisy Electronics” Have Increased HF, VHF Noise Floors […]

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