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« on: August 12, 2008, 01:07:59 PM »
Dangerous Prototypes | A new open source hardware project every month
http://dangerousprototypes.com/


SolderSmoke Daily News
Serving the worldwide community of radio-electronic homebrewers. Providing blog support to the SolderSmoke podcast.
http://soldersmoke.blogspot.com/


Hack a Day
http://hackaday.com/


diy4fun
http://diy4fun.blogspot.com/


We learn, share, and make things
http://www.nycresistor.com/


YourITronics
DIY, Electronics, IT, Gadgets
http://www.youritronics.com/


Elektronik, Mikrocontroller, Röhre, Forum, Platinen, Schaltungen
http://www.loetstelle.net/


Rickard's electronic projects page
http://www.rickard.gunee.com/projects/


Ein Mikrofon Vorverstaerker
Eine von Knolles "ELEKTRONIK BASTELN" Seiten
http://home.berg.net/opering/projekte/43/index.htm


Homebrew CPU
http://www.homebrewcpu.com/


Eigenbau eines 12-Bit A/D-Wandlers
http://www.hbu.mz-unna.de/projekte/adwand/Default.htm#Schaltplan%20des


Data Pod by Samir Lohani
A pluggable serial EEPROM based secondary storage for use with PCs and microcomputer boards
http://www.6502.org/mini-projects/dpod/datapod.htm


28F010 Flash Device
Using a 28F010 Flash Device by Pete McCollum
http://www.6502.org/mini-projects/flash/28f.htm


Apollo Guidance Computer (AGC)
How to build one in your basement
http://starfish.osfn.org/AGCreplica/


Printed Circuit Boards for the Masses
Creating PCB's at home has always been a hassle...
http://www.5bears.com/pcb.htm

Drive independent activity LED's
This guide will show how to make a separate LED to show exactly which drive in your system is active.
http://www.zapwizard.com/Guides/IDE/


Southern Cross1 (+ 2)
Z80 based Single Board Computer System which has been designed to teach beginning students modern code development techniques....
http://www.kitsrus.com/sx.html


LED matrix clock
Drive an LED matrix from a PC. The clock uses 3 B64CDM8/B48CDM8 8x8 5mm LED Matrix modules from Nexus Machines...
http://www.hanssummers.com/electronics/clocks/matrix/


DiscoLitez
DiscoLitez is a Winamp plugin that allows you to control lighting equipment from your computer....
http://www.discolitez.com/


Control stepping motor via USB interface
This is an example that demonstration how to control some devices via USB interface.The PC software program with delphi....
http://www.sixca.com/eng/articles/usbstepping/


DIY Lab Power Supply
How to Convert a Computer ATX Power Supply to a Lab Power Supply
http://wiki.ehow.com/Convert-a-Computer-ATX-Power-Supply-to-a-Lab-Power-Supply

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« Reply #1 on: January 21, 2011, 10:50:03 AM »
How-To Guides - How To Solder
This guide contains a 7 min. overview video followed by in depth discussion of picking out the right tools (how much wattage & temperature is needed? what type of solder? flux?), proper technique, and loads of hi-res, close up shots of good and bad joints
http://store.curiousinventor.com/guides/

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I'm fascinated by all things electronic, but mostly about the potential for wireless and wireless sensor networks to make huge changes in how everyday things are done. I'm also very interested in open source software, open source hardware, and the recent phenomenon of micro-manufacturing. I believe that these days, individuals are able to design, manufacture, and sell things that are very innovative, but large corporations would never even touch. This is because of the proliferation of things like open source hardware, software, cheap(er) tools, and vast amounts of technical information are right at everybody's fingertips. This site is dedicated to wireless sensor networks and the open source software, hardware, and information to build those networks. Enjoy :)
http://freaklabs.org

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Making a digital capacitance meter using microcontroller
http://embedded-lab.com/blog/?p=4400


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Integrated circuit reverse engineering musings. As I try different things, a brain dump of what went well and what didn't.
http://uvicrec.blogspot.de/

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