"What we usually consider impossible are simply engineering problems... there's no law of physics preventing them." - Michio Kaku 

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IS CIRCUIT SIMULATION A TRUE REPRESENTATION OF HOW A CIRCUIT WILL FUNCTION?

Do you use circuit simulation software? If so, what package do you use and why? If not, why not? What are the limitations? 
     
 
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Retro Compuiter
VINTAGE COMPUTING -
5 EASY PROJECTS FOR YOUR "MENTOR'S FRIEND"

 
After you build the Amigo retro computer described in the December 2015 issue, here are some fun projects to get you started on a technology adventure, exploring computers and programming.

Impedance Analyzer
A LOW COST RF IMPEDANCE ANALYZER

A voltmeter, signal generator, and a few parts combine to make a powerful impedance measuring tool.

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Newhaven Display Color OLED Arduino Shields 
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Smiley_s Workshop
SMILEY'S WORKSHOP #57
C Programming * Hardware * Projects


Have we been learning how to use Fritzing or learning to use the proto shield, or learning to design an alarm clock? The answer is yes - we were doing all of that!

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Speaker Break-In
SPEAKER BREAK-IN
 
Is it necessary to break-in speakers for them to reach "full fidelity," or is it just a manufacturers ploy to get customers used to their speakers so they won't return them?

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Build your own PC on a budget
Book Pick Of The Week
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Build Your Own PC on a Budget:  
A DIY Guide for Hobbyists and Gamers

Design and assemble an inexpensive yet fast and reliable PC.

Put together a customized computer that is affordable, stable, and powerful. Choose the parts that fit your needs, connect and test components, add video and peripherals, install an operating system, connect to the Internet, and go wireless. Security, maintenance, and software updates are fully covered in this DIY book. 
  • Look inside a PC and understand how each component works
  • Decide what you want from your PC and develop a design plan
  • Create a cost-effective parts list and select the best vendors
  • Wire up the motherboard, processor, and add-on boards
  • Connect storage devices, display adapters, and peripherals
  • Securely connect to LANs, Wi-Fi networks, and the Internet
  • Install your operating system, device drivers, and applications
  • Maintain your PC, update software, and back up your data
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