Silicon Chip June 2017
Now in stock, the June issue of Silicon Chip Electronics Magazine.
In this month's issue build the new Stereo Graphic Equaliser.
Fully updated, improved and also cheaper, this 10-Octave unit not only
looks good but sounds great too. The unit provides excellent channel separation as
well as very low harmonic distortion. The project features mainly through-hole
components and can be assembly easily.
Also this month, build the Arduino-based Digital Inductance and Capacitance Meter.
Based on a wide range of easily available Arduino units, this project adds a shield
with some components together with an LCD display, to provide a highly accurate,
easy to use meter, that can offer superior performance to most DMM's.
Finally this month, the second part of the popular Marine Ultrasonic Anti-Fouling Unit Project. The construction details are provided, together with installation instructions and some common frequently asked questions, about the project. All projects come complete with circuit diagram and electronic parts list.
In this month's feature article, a look at the Flettner Rotating Sail. This technology has been around for over a century and is now seeing a revival, as a way to reduce energy costs for ships. Also this month, a look at the popular engineering software tool “LTspice”, this excellent introduction, shows how to get started with this program and test a number of circuits without having to build them. 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: SILCHIPJUN2017
- The Flettner Rotating Sail and the Magnus Force
- LTSpice - simulating and circuit testing
- Getting Started with the Micromite, Part 4
- Review: Keysight's 9917A 18GHz Spectrum Analyser
- 10-Octave Stereo Graphic Equaliser
- Arduino-based Digital Inductance & Capacitance Meter
- El Cheapo Modules, Part 7: LED Matrix Displays
- New Marine Ultrasonic Anti-Fouling Unit, Part 2