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The Magnetic Amplifier
The Magnetic Amplifier
A Lost Technology Of The 1950s.   
 
Rugged, dependable, EMP-proof, and capable of handling greater electrical powers than either the transistor or tube, the magnetic amplifier is a simple device that can be built by anyone.
 
ATmega Learning Platform
AVR C Programming Workshop - Part 10
Moving Beyond Arduino.

So, now that you've seen "The Arduino Way" from the last episode, you're ready to move up to a more advanced 'Way.' This time, we'll convert Arduino programs into regular C programs that can be used with the Atmel official software: AVRStudio and the semi-official WinAVR and AVRDude.

   

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HS-785 Gear Rack Kit
The 785 Gear Rack Kit includes a multi-rotation Hitec HS-785HB servo which allows for up to 9.6" of travel when sending the proper PWM signal.

 

Constructed of both aluminum and wear resistant Delrin to create a durable yet lightweight assembly. This kit is perfect for steering setups and other applications requiring linear motion.
Practical JFET circuits
FET Principles And Basics - Part 2  
Practical JFET Circuits. Part 2 of 4

 

JFETs are low-power devices with a very high input resistance and invariably operate in the depletion mode, i.e., they pass maximum current when the gate bias is zero, and the current is reduced ('depleted') by reverse-biasing the gate terminal.

 

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Chip Music Composing

 

"Chip Music" Composing Simplified
  
"Chip Music" may sound like new terminology to you, but its meaning is really self-explanatory and it has been around us for a long time. Learn how to use a microcontroller to produce the frequencies needed to play specific musical notes and generate their tones.
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