Showing posts with label Circuit-Archive. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Circuit-Archive. Show all posts

Monday, October 06, 2014

Imagineering On-line Magazine

"Some people collect stamps, coins or baseball cards, I collect electronic circuit schematics. I own several book shelves and file cabinets full of electronic circuit books, IC application manuals and circuit encyclopedias. I often use my collection for reference."

Imagineering On-line Magazine

David A. Johnson, - P.E. consulting electronics engineer.

(This resource by dave is very important for Electronic Enthusiasts, Engineers and R&D Engineers. I say this as an R&D Professional with more than 20 years off the ground)

Capacitance Proimity Switch Technology -The Design Corner, Imagineering E-Zine

Capacitance Proimity Switch Technology -The Design Corner, Imagineering E-Zine

"These switch circuits used a sensitive high impedance circuit to detect the small AC power line signals, picked up by the human body from nearby appliances."

(These are the type of technologies that lead to the Touch Screens on Tablets and Phones.

Thursday, February 10, 2011

RASON Projects and Designs

Designing Bipolar Transistor Audio PreAmps, Designing JFET Transistor Audio PreAmps, Designing Op Amp IC Audio PreAmps, Switching Regulator Basics, Using Transistors As Switches.

RASON Projects Page - Amateur Radio
  • 10 Amp, 13.8 Volt Power Supply
  • 12 Volt Gel Cell Charger
  • Thermal Fan Controller
  • Transistor Audio Amplifiers
  • 12 Volt Gel Cell Charger
  • Switching Regulator Basics
 Homebrew A 4 To 1 Balun
Homebrew A 4 To 1 Balun

Many modern HF transceivers come fully equipped with built in tuners. While these tuners are great for changing bands, the manufacturers left out a very important accessory; the 4 to 1 balun. With out a balun the transceiver can only feed an antenna which uses coaxial cable.

The Radio Amateur Society of Norwich

The Radio Amateur Society of Norwich
P.O. Box 329 - Norwich, Connecticut 06360

Thursday, July 09, 2009

TechLib - Electronic Experimenter Records

TechLib - Electronic Experimenter Records

A technical library for the hobbyist and experimenter. - Charles Wenzel

  • World's Smallest Geiger Counter
  • Karen's Mic. Input Telemetry Device
  • Temperature Controlled Ovens
  • Two-Transistor Atomic Frequency Standard
  • Super-Sensitive Ionization Chamber
  • Cockcroft-Walton Diode Voltage Multipliers

Wednesday, April 16, 2008

Open Circuits - Open Source Electronics

Open Circuits is a wiki for sharing open source electronics knowledge, schematics, board layouts, ports and parts libraries. This include open hardware Music Players, atomic microscopes, PC, PDA and mobile phones, and batteries. Please help us to build this resource by submitting your component descriptions, projects, techniques, and PCB footprints.

Open Circuits - Open Source Electronics

Some Projects that look Interesting are

  • Multi-purpose Embedded System
  • dsPIC33 Development Board
  • ADuC832 Development Board
  • N8VEM Home Brew Computing Project

The Open Source Movement, typically covers Open Hardware, Open Firmware, and Open Software. The Open Firmware movement provides firmware which you may also know as soft-IP or FPGA coding see Open Cores for more details.

Excellent examples of Open Hardware projects range from projects at OpenCircuits to Tiny Embedded Ethernet Devices and Advanced & Intelligent Camera Designs which provide solid-state camera and FPGA assisted hardware designs. A solid overview of projects can also be found at Open Innovation Projects.

Wednesday, November 14, 2007

Circuit Exchange International

Circuit Exchange International

There are ten categories of schematics, a unified circuit analysis, design and theory page, and also a practical electronic section. The simulation section features the "TINA" and "Circuit Maker" programs.

  • Alarms & Security Circuits
  • Control & Interfacing
  • Radio Circuits
  • Power Supplies & Circuits
  • Timing Circuits

Monday, August 13, 2007

Silicon Sams Technology Resource

Silicon Sam's Technology Resource

Samuel M. Goldwasser's latest and most fabulous "Notes on the Troubleshooting and Repair of..." series of comprehensive repair guides for consumer electronic equipment and other household devices. Detailed diagnostic and repair procedures are provided for: small electrical appliances, audio equipment, TVs, VCRs, CD players, computer monitors, microwave ovens, even lawn mowers - and much much more!

Sam's Laser FAQ has a great deal of information on a variety of laser and optics related topics including a comprehensive treatment of diode, helium-neon, argon/krypton ion, and CO2 lasers as well as amateur laser construction including numerous examples of truly home-built lasers. Much of this is not available anywhere else either on-line or in print!


Monday, June 04, 2007

4QD-TEC: Electronics Circuits Reference Archive Index

4QD-TEC: Electronics Circuits Reference Archive Index|

4QD-TEC: Electronics Circuits Reference Archive.

Battery Monitoring circuits, Circuit Theory and tutorials, Component types and values, Current sensing and control, Industrial Control circuits and suggestions, Measurement Circuits, Motor Control Circuits. Power Supply circuits, Pulse (Width and position) Modulation Circuits, Relay Driver Circuits, Staircase generators, Test Equipment circuits, Temperature Measurement, Timer Circuits, Ultrasonic Circuits, Voltage/Current controlled circuits.

DiscoverCircuits free electronic circuit links

DiscoverCircuits free electronic circuit links

DiscoverCircuits, has 26,000 + electronic circuits or schematics cross-referenced into 500+ categories. As a vital resource for engineers, hobbyists, inventors & consultants, the site's collection of information will help you find quick solutions to electronic design problems.