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SILICON CHIP MAGAZINE


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Silicon Chip - December 2015

by Silicon Chip

In this month's Silicon Chip Magazine build a high visibility Large 6-Digit LED GPS Clock. This clock features large blue LED's that can be seen from a considerable distance together with GPS accuracy, as well as time zone detection and daylight saving adjustment. The unit also has automatic dimming, date display, battery back-up and much more, the unit can also be used as a count-up and count-down timer for sporting functions. The unit is based on the Microchip® PIC32 Microcontroller and has the option for program updates with the in-circuit programming adapter. The unit can also be built with red, green or white seven-segment LED Displays.

Also this month, build the Turntable Strobe, for checking your turntable speed for accuracy. It you have a stack of vinyl records and enjoy giving them a spin on your turntable, it is important to periodically check the turntable speed for accuracy, as even small speed changes can affect your listening pleasure. Finally this month, build a Speech Timer for contests and debates, ideal for schools and groups, this unit can count-up and down, as well as giving warning LED indication for when the time is almost up together with a buzzer to indicate the end of the time period.

In this month's articles, a full report on the Bridgestone World Solar Challenge, this year saw a huge field in a wide range of vehicles with different classes for the various school, university and professional groups. This article looks at some of the cars and the technology behind the designs. Also this month, an interesting article on the largest astronomical image of all time. This picture consists of 46 Billion pixels and has taken 5 years to prepare. This month's magazine also includes all the regular columns, including the Circuit Notebook, Serviceman's Log and Vintage Radio, providing stacks of great reading.

Part Code: SILCHIPDEC2015


Features

  • The 2015 Bridgestone World Solar Challenge
  • The Largest Astronomical Image of All Time
  • Super and Ultra-Super-Critical Steam Power Stations
  • High Quality Audio Transformers from Sweden

Projects

  • High Visibility 6-Digit LED GPS Clock
  • Check Turntable Speed with this White LED Strobe
  • Speech Timer for Contests and Debates
  • Arduino-Based Fridge Monitor and Data Logger

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Silicon Chip - November 2015

by Silicon Chip

In the November issue of Silicon Chip magazine, build a Fingerprint Access Controller unit. This unit stores up to 20 fingerprints and drives an electric door strike on correct fingerprint identification. The unit incorporates a separate LCD display which indicates the status of the unit and provides an easy to follow method for adding and deleting fingerprint ID's. Ideal for use with garage doors, outdoor sheds as well as your front door. Also this month, build an Universal Loudspeaker Protector Unit. This unit is designed to work with the Ultra-Low-Distortion Amplifier Modules, as well as similiar amplifers. The unit provides fast speaker disconnection on the detection of a DC fault, as well as providing temperature monitoring for disconnection on overtemperature, together with the ability to turn on the speaker fans when the temperature reaches a certain level. The unit also provides muting for the speakers when the power is turned on and off, to prevent the thumps common with some amplifiers. A total of 6 on-board LEDs provide status indication for the unit.

Finally, this month a 5-Element Yagi Antenna, for use when receiving Digital Audio Broadcasting. A good antenna can greatly improve the reception and sound quality of digital audio broadcasts while reducing the dropouts that can occur when using a portable receiver. This antenna can be built cheaply, with readily available parts.

In this month's features, a very interesting article on the developing technology of Organic Electronics. These materials will enable a wide range of products to be built cheaply and on flexible materials. The possibilities include printable large solar panels, disposable medical sensors, flexible displays and much more. Also in this month's articles, a quick look at the range of magnifiers available for a close up view of pcbs and SMD parts, ideal for the repairman or technician, where working on small parts and boards has become essential. Plus all the regular columns, including the Circuit Notebook, Serviceman's Log and Vintage Radio are included, providing stacks of great reading.

Part Code: SILCHIPNOV2015


Features

  • The Promise of Organic Electronics
  • Magnifiers: When You Want a Really Close-up View

Projects

  • Fingerprint Access Controller for Doors and Gates
  • 5-Element Yagi Antenna for Digital Stations
  • Universal Loudspeaker Protector
  • Cheap Programmer for the PIC32 Microcontrollers

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Silicon Chip - October 2015

by Silicon Chip

In this month's Silicon Chip Magazine build an Arduino Based USB Electrocardiogram. This unit is ideal for medical students and fitness professionals. The unit is built on a standard size Arduino shield and connects to your laptop via a USB cable to display your own ECG waveforms. The unit features the Analog Devices AD623 Instrumentation Amplifier IC at the front-end to provide high common-mode signal rejection and high gain, ensuring accurate and reliable readings. The shield together with an Arduino Uno board as the base is housed in a solid diecast box. The monitoring software and program software is available for free on the Silicon Chip website and once completed, you will have a professional looking ECG monitoring unit.

Also this month, build the 110W Version of the Ultra-LD Power Amplifer, for those wanting a lower cost module and do not require the full 200W version, this is a cheaper alternative, whilst retaining the high-performance specs of the larger unit. Finally this month, build a 5-Element FM Antenna, ideal for those in remote areas, who want to ensure they receive the best possible signal for their FM listening pleasure, this 5-element Yagi antenna produces amazing results.

In this month's articles, a look at the developing technology of computational photography. Conventional cameras are limited in terms of focus and perspective when taking pictures. Computational photography combines conventional camera shots with computers to produce highly accurate and evenly exposed pictures. Also this month, a look at a Hybrid Solar System, that provides power storage for use during the evenings and for blackouts, as well as delivering power back to the grid when the batteries are fully charged. This month's magazine also includes all the regular columns, including the Circuit Notebook, Serviceman's Log and Vintage Radio, providing stacks of great reading.

Part Code: SILCHIPOCT2015


Features

  • What is Computational Photography
  • A Large Real-World Hybrid Solar System
  • Immortus: Australian Concept Electric Vehicle

Projects

  • Ultra Low-Distortion 200W RMS Power Amplifier, Part 3
  • An Arduino-Based USB Electrocardiogram
  • A 5-Element Antenna for Better FM Reception
  • 2-Way Crossover for Senator 10-inch Loudspeakers

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Silicon Chip - September 2015

by Silicon Chip

In this month's Silicon Chip magazine, the second part of the very popular Ultra Low Distortion 200W RMS Power Amplifier project. This month details the construction of the amplifier together with some background on improving the distortion performance and stability of the amplifier. This month also features the new Senator Louspeakers suitable for up to 250W power, with a staggering bass response down to below 20Hz. The speaker system features a 10inch Celestion Woofer together with a T1534 Celestion Horn for the tweeter housed in a very attractive cabinet. The performance of these speakers is exceptional and comes close to much more expensive commercial speaker systems. Also this month, build a USB Charge Regulator with Low-Voltage Cutout. This miniature unit is ideal for use in your car to charge phones or cameras and has the added feature of a low voltage cut-out to prevent discharging your car's battery below 12.5V.

Finally, this month a 9-Channel Infrared Remote Control, for controlling a number of devices with an easy to use remote control. The receiver is built into a single unit and has LED indication for each channel, as well as the option to Momentary Switch a device or toggle on-off.

In this month's features, an excellent article on Autonomous Underwater Vehicles, these units are now able to travel underwater for vast distances and are ideal for mapping the seabed or measuring ocean temperatures and salinity. Also this month, a quick look at some of the new Ultra-High Definition monitors that are available for your PC. These large 40-inch plus monitors are ideal for replacing a 2 monitor set-up or for high-accuracy art work on your PC. Plus all the regular columns, including the Circuit Notebook, Serviceman's Log and Vintage Radio are included, providing stacks of great reading.

Part Code: SILCHIPSEP2015


Features

  • Autonomous Underwater Vehicles
  • 4K Monitor Shoot-Out
  • Electronex: The Electronics Design & Assembly Expo

Projects

  • Ultra-LD Mk4 200W RMS Power Amplifier, Part 2
  • Senator 10-inch Bass Reflex Loudspeakers
  • USB Charger Regulator with Low-Battery Cut-Out
  • Build a 9-Channel Infrared Remote Control

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Silicon Chip - August 2015

by Silicon Chip

The August Issue of Silicon Chip has just arrived, in this months issue build the revised and improved Ultra Low Distortion 200W RMS Power Amplifier. This new design features even lower distortion than the previous designs, with less than 0.001% typical. The unit has excellent frequency response and input sensitivity, together with excellent stability. The new design also features LED indication for Power, Blown Fuses and also Clipping on the output. The board size has been reduced, as well as using new state-of-the-art components, with minimal cooling requirements. The amplifier is ideal for a wide range of applications from PA systems to sound and disco systems.

Also this month, build a Accurate Voltage/Current/Resistance Reference, for testing your multimeter and test equipment. The unit provides reference readings to within 0.1% and is ideal for the serviceman or technician. Finally this month, the second part of the Driveway Monitor Project, this month includes the construction details, as well as the test methods for both the transmitter and receiver units.

In this month's articles, an interesting look at Biohacking. This looks at some of the technologies available to monitor your body in real-time, as well as being able to store that data for later monitoring and analysis. Also a look at the new Nikon P900 Digital Camera, this camera features an amazing 83x zoom together with 16.1MP images, plus full HD Video recording and WiFi for transferring files. Finally this month a look at how to check and calibrate multimeters. This month's magazine also includes all the regular columns, including the Circuit Notebook, Serviceman's Log and Vintage Radio, providing stacks of great reading.

Part Code: SILCHIPAUG2015


Features

  • A Look at Biohacking
  • Nikon's Incredible P900 Camera
  • DMM Calibration
  • Battery Fighters Won't Leave You Stranded
  • Review: Keysight 34470A 7.5-Digit Multimeter

Projects

  • Ultra Low-Distortion 200W RMS Power Amplifier, Part 1
  • Build a Driveway Monitor, Part 2
  • Accurate Voltage/Current/Resistance Reference
  • LED Party Strobe Mark 2

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Silicon Chip - July 2015

by Silicon Chip

In this month's Silicon Chip magazine, build a useful Driveway Monitor for monitoring vehicles entering or leaving a driveway. This unit is based on the Honeywell Magneto-Resistive Sensor and will give an audible and visual indication on detection of a vehicle. The unit can also be used to turn on lights during the evening when a vehicle arrives. The unit has a range of 200m and will give an indication if the vehicle is entering or leaving the premises, the monitor can be powered by batteries or a solar panel. The receiver unit is mounted in a small compact case that be installed in the kitchen or living area of your premises. Also this month, build a USB Charging Point for your car, truck or caravan. These small units can be easily mounted in the dash of your car and provide two USB points for charging phones, navigation equipment or dashboard cameras. Ideal for older cars, where a USB socket may not be available and also for mounting equipment where a USB connection requires a long cable. The unit connects to your car's battery and can supply up to 2.5A. Finally, this month an Intelligent Charger for NICAD and NiMH Batteries, this charger provides fully automatic charging of your battery cells, with a range of options including Soft Start, Fast Charge and Trickle Charge. The unit will also ensure the batteries are not overcharged and can be used with Cordless Power Tools, Model Cars, Electric Planes and Much More.

In this month's features, we visit the Queensland Boat Show and have a look at some of the latest equipment available, including new Radar Systems, Marine Entertainment Units and LED Lighting solutions for your Boat and the Marina. Also this month, a look behind the scenes at the Pawsey Supercomputing Centre, what processor are used and how it all fits together. Finally, the second part of our series on The Bionic Eye, this month some of the headsets that are available and how to see with sound. Plus all the regular columns, including the Circuit Notebook, Serviceman's Log and Vintage Radio are included, providing stacks of great reading.

Part Code: SILCHIPJUL2015


Features

  • Electronics & The Queensland Boat Show
  • The Pawsey Supercomputing Centre
  • The Bionic Eye: Artificial Visions is Becoming a Reality, Part 2

Projects

  • Build a Driveway Monitor, Part 1
  • Installing USB Charging Points in Your Car
  • Intelligent Charger for Nicad & NiMH Batteries
  • Preview: Ultra-LD Mk4 200W RMS Power Amplifier

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Silicon Chip - June 2015

by Silicon Chip

The June Issue of Silicon Chip has just arrived, in this months issue build the Bad Vibes Infrasound Snooper. This unit allows you to listen to low frequency vibrations by frequency shifting and amplitude modulating the vibrations. This can be used for signals in the 1Hz to 20Hz range and will allow you to listen directly to wind turbines or elephants, crocodiles and other animals that communicate with infrasound. The output volume is proportional to the infrasound amplitude and there is minimal delay between the detection of the sound and audible response. The unit can be built easily with though hole components and is housed in an compact project box. Also this month, build a Audio Signal Injector & Tracer, This tracer is ideal for troubleshooting AM radios and audio circuits. The unit comprises a 1kHz Oscillator with an in-built preamp and amplifier to enable the signals to be traced through the entire amplifier or radio circuit, an optional RF probe can also be built use with RF signals. Finally this month, build the Champion Preamp, this unit can be used as a general purpose stereo preamp or as a dual-channel preamp, with microphone input on one channel and guitar input on the other. The gain be be fixed or adjusted with an optional trimpot. Suitable for Guitar, Microphone, Electret or MP3 inputs.

In this month's articles, a look at the new Tesla electric car. This article provides an excellent background to the operation of the car and the revolutionary technology included in the vehicle, together with an in-depth look at the lithium-ion batteries used in the vehicle. Also this month, new advances in artificial vision has made a Bionic Eye near reality. This article looks at the theory and the future possibilities. This month's magazine also includes all the regular columns, including the Circuit Notebook, Serviceman's Log and Vintage Radio, providing stacks of great reading.

Part Code: SILCHIPJUN2015


Features

  • At Last..We Drive The Tesla Electric Car
  • Real "Hands-On": Owning A Nissan Leaf Electric Car
  • Tesla's 7/10kWh Powerwall Battery: A Game Changer
  • The Bionic Eye: Artificial Visions is Becoming a Reality, Part 1

Projects

  • Bad Vibes Infrasound Snooper
  • Audio Signal Injector & Tracer
  • AM RF Demodulator Probe for Signal Tracers
  • The Multi-Role Champion Preamplifier
  • WeatherDuino Pro2 Wirelesss Weather Station, Part 4

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Silicon Chip - May 2015

by Silicon Chip

In this month's Silicon Chip magazine, build a professional quality Appliance Earth Leakage Tester. This unit can be used to check the safety of earthed and double insulated equipment. Also the unit can be used when the equipment is powered by the mains. Ideal for servicemen, the unit provides a quick safety check of equipment to leaks to ground or faulty insulation. Also this month, build a 2-Channel Balanced Input Attenuator for Audio Analysers and Digital Scopes. This unit can be used to extend the measurement capabilities of low cost USB test instruments like the QA400 Stereo Audio Analyser. It provides balanced/differential inputs for each channel in addition to unbalanced inputs, combined with three attenuation/measurement ranges of 1:1, 10:1 and 100:1. Finally, this month the third part of the Arduino Weather Station, this month build the receiver unit for receiving the various sensor signals and then sending them on to your pc, for display in the weather station software.

In this month's features, a very interesting look at all the different aircraft on display at the Australian International Airshow. A wide range of different aircraft were on display, this article covers the different performance specs of the aircraft plus also a "youtu" link for a closer live view. Also this month, a practical report on Home Solar Panel Electricity Generation, what are the costs, benefits and problems. One reader "took the plunge" and provides a detailed practical report on his experience. Plus all the regular columns, including the Circuit Notebook, Serviceman's Log and Vintage Radio are included, providing stacks of great reading.

Part Code: SILCHIPMAY2015


Features

  • The Australian International Airshow 2015
  • Home Solar Panel Electricity: Is It Worth It?
  • Review: The Navman MiVue Drive GPS Unit
  • Review: The MikroElectronika Buggy

Projects

  • Appliance Earth Leakage Tester
  • Balanced Input Attenuator for Audio Analyses & Scopes
  • 4-Output Universal Voltage Regulator
  • WeatherDuino Pro2 Wirelesss Weather Station, Part 3

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Silicon Chip - April 2015

by Silicon Chip

The April Issue of Silicon Chip has just arrived, in this months issue build an Appliance Insulation Tester. This tester is ideal for checking the safety of your appliances and hand tools. The unit measures the insulation resistance of your appliance from 707kohm to 16Mohm and displays it on an easy to read led bargraph. The unit includes many additional features, such as selectable test voltages, over-current trip for safety, low battery indication and high voltage fault indicator. The unit is ideal for testing power tools and soldering irons, which should be checked regularly for damage to the power leads. Also this month, build a Really Bright 12/24V LED Oyster Light, These are ideal for use with solar powered remote supplies and will provide light for a large area, such as a boat, caravan etc. Finally this month, build a Low Frequency Distortion Analyser, this unit can measure the distortion on a 3-20Vac sinwave signal in the range of 20Hz to 10kHz. The unit can also specifically test for 2nd, 3rd, Even and Odd Harmonics on the waveform.

In this month's articles, a look at Airborne Weather Radar, this article looks at some of the new technology being introduced and also explains the various terminology used, plus the theory behind the concepts. Also this month a review of the National Instruments, VirtualBench 5-in-1, this powerful testing tool provides an array of functions, including oscilloscope, logic analyser, waveform generator, power supply and multimeter in a single unit. The unit also interfaces with a PC or an iPad to provide easy control and recording of data. This month's magazine also includes all the regular columns, including the Circuit Notebook, Serviceman's Log and Vintage Radio, providing stacks of great reading.
(Note: Catalogue Not Included)

Part Code: SILCHIPAPR2015


Features

  • Airborne Weather Radar: Keeping Aircraft Safe
  • Review: National Instruments VirtualBench
  • Review: Keysight MSO-X 3104T Oscilloscope

Projects

  • Appliance Insulation Tester
  • A Really Bright 12/24V LED Oyster Light
  • Build a Low-Frequency Distortion Analyser
  • WeatherDuino Pro2 Wirelesss Weather Station, Part 2

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Silicon Chip - March 2015

by Silicon Chip

In this month's Silicon Chip magazine, build a professional quality Weather Station using a Arduino Nano board. This weather station is loaded with features and can monitor wind, rain, pressure, humidity and of course temperature. Parts are readily available and the system can connect directly with your computer, for remote access and storing of data. Also this month, build a touch shield for your Arduino board. This shield features three capacitive touch buttons, as well as a touch slider, that works by simply running your finger over the pcb. The unit is easy to build and plugs directly into your Arduino board. Finally, this month the second part of the very attractive 6-Digit Nixie Clock Project, the detailed construction instructions are provided as well as the manual for the operation of the clock.

In this month's features, an in-depth look at IP Security Cameras, learn how to set-up, install and access the camera from anywhere through the Internet. The first section covers a wide range of cameras available, the options of each camera and which camera to select for a particular application. The second part of the article, covers setting up the camera for WiFi and Internet access, as well as sending alarm meassages by email or to your phone. Also this month a look at the new QA400 Stereo Audio Analyser, this unit offers 24-bit sampling and is ideal for testing audio equipment. Plus all the regular columns, including the Circuit Notebook, Serviceman's Log and Vintage Radio are included, providing stacks of great reading.

Part Code: SILCHIPMAR2015


Features

  • Choosing, Installing and Using IP Security Cameras
  • Setting Up an IP Camera for WiFi & Internet Access
  • Review: QuantAsylum QA400 24-bit Stereo Audio Analyser
  • Reach for the Sky and Way, Way Beyond, Part 2

Projects

  • WeatherDuino Pro2 Wirelesss Weather Station, Part 1
  • A Touch Sensitive Shield for Arduino
  • Spark Energy Meter for Ignition Checks, Part 2
  • 6-Digit Retro Nixie Clock, Part 2

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Click for Larger Image - Silicon Chip - February 2015

Silicon Chip - February 2015

by Silicon Chip

The February Issue of Silicon Chip has just arrived, in this months issue build a fantastic looking Retro Nixie Clock. This great looking unit features bright orange Nixie digits together with cool blue LED lighting for the case. The unit will look terrific in your living room or your study and your friends won't believe you built it yourself. The Clock features digital accuracy, with a microcontroller for the timing functions offering a date, alarm and snooze feature. An optional GPS module is available, for downloading and synchronizing the time with the GPS system. The unit is based on mostly through-hole components making assembly quite easy. The case is also sturdily constructed together with an attractive looking appearance. Also this month, build a Spark Enery Meter for measuring the amount of energy delivered by the sparks from the CDI or MDI systems. Ideal for the repair technician or car performance enthusiast, the unit provides a digital readout for mJ (millijoules) and will work with a spark repetition rate of up to 700 sparks per second. Finally this month, build a CGA-to-VGA Video Converter, for converting the signals from an old computer, such as the Amiga, Commodore 64 or old Tandy models, to VGA output suitable for connecting to a new LCD monitor. Great if you want to fire up that old computer and play some of the popular old games.

In this month's articles, a look at some of the amateur high altitude unmanned vehicles reaching for the sky to deliver some great aerial photos and also collect scientific data. In this article, a quick look at some of the high altitude balloons and planes reaching record altitudes. Also this month, a look at the theory behind measuring the energy in a spark. Plus all the regular columns, including the Circuit Notebook, Serviceman's Log and Vintage Radio are included, providing stacks of great reading.

Part Code: SILCHIPFEB2015


Features

  • Reach for the Sky and Way, Way Beyond, Part 1
  • Look Mum, No Hands: Its the Airwheel
  • Whats in a Spark? - Measuring the Energy
  • Review: 3-Way USB Scope Shoot-Out
  • Review: CBA IV Pro Computerised Battery Analyser

Projects

  • 6-Digit Retro Nixie Clock, Part 1
  • Spark Energy Meter for Ignition Checks, Part 1
  • CGA-to-VGA Video Converter

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Silicon Chip - January 2015

by Silicon Chip

The new Micromite MKII has arrived, with huge improvements over the previous version. The Micromite is a small 28-pin or 44-pin microcontroller running a powerful BASIC interpreter, which allows programs to be written quickly and uploaded easily to the microcontroller. The Micromite MKII, features up to 300% more program memory and the programs can run up to 40% faster at the same CPU speed compared to the previous Micromite. A full SELECT..CASE command has been introduced together with the possibility of incorporating Compiled C or assembly programs within the BASIC program. 64-bit integer arithmetic can now be performed, allowing the storing and manipulation of very large numbers. The Micromite can be easily built into a controller or as a plug-in module, which allows quick and easy programming with the possibility of easily changing and updating the code. Also this month, build a Isolating High Voltage Probe for Oscilloscopes. This unit allows you to observer and measure AC mains voltages and other high voltage waveforms on an oscilloscope. The unit has three selectable input voltage ranges, together with wide bandwidth performance and high-voltage isolation between input and output. This month also includes, the assembly details for building the High-Energy Multi-Spark CDI, size different versions are described, depending on the spark trigger source for your car. Part 3 of the Currawong Valve Amplifier project, describes the construction of the remote control for the unit, as well as the setting up procedure for the amplifier and how to build an attractive perspex cover for the unit.

This month's main feature has a very interesting article on Interfacing to the Brain. This article looks at some of the recent discoveries and how we are moving from just monitoring brain activity, to being able to read images from the brain and using the brain to directly control robot arms, etc. Also this month, a review of the new Tektronix RSA306 USB Real Time Spectrum Analyser, this unit has some impressive software to support a very compact unit that can be connected to most laptops, offering all the features of a real-time spectrum analyser at a fraction of the cost. Plus all the regular columns, including the Circuit Notebook, Serviceman's Log and Vintage Radio are included, providing stacks of great reading.

Part Code: SILCHIPJAN2015


Features

  • Interfacing to the Brain
  • The Micromite Mk 2
  • Review: Tektronix RSA306 Real Time Spectrum Analyser

Projects

  • Isolating High-Voltage Probe for Oscilloscopes
  • Currawong 2 x 10W Stereo Valve Amplifier, Part 3
  • High-Energy Multi-Spark CDI for Performance Cars, Part 2
  • Beginners Project: The PicoMiniCube

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