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Full Motion Flight Simulator
A Full Motion Home Simulator

Go "virtually" anywhere with your own homebrew flight simulator.

Building a full motion simulator will require some mechanical work, electronic work, and even a little programming, but surprisingly, it's not a great deal more difficult than many other Nuts & Volts projects.

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Lattice Wave Digital Filters
Lattice Wave Digital Filters   

There has been a lot written about the design and implementation of digital filters over the years. I periodically survey the literature and it seemed the right time to look around again when I decided to build a digital color organ which would require digital filtering.

This article, and the accompanying design tool, were a result of my investigation into LWDFs which were just too cool to pass up.

Why not stop by our Tech Forum and lend your expertise to help solve someone else's tech problem, or maybe lend your problem to help someone else exercise their expertise? Either way, it's a Win Win!
Single & Dual Ethernet Core Module
Netburner MOD5441X

MOD5441X Just $79

Add Ethernet connectivity to an existing project or product, OR use it as your core processor. The NetBurner Ethernet Core Module is a device containing everything you need to solve the problem of network-enabling devices with 10/100 Ethernet, including those requiring digital, analog and serial control. 
Smiley_s Workshop
Smiley's Workshop 38
C Programming * Hardware * Projects

Let's take a look at the venerable C standard library. Specifically, at one of the venerable functions from that library: printf() (as it has been tweaked by avrlibc to work on the AVR); and then at some other standard functions that we'll apply to writing a simple command line interpreter.

Security Electronics Systems ANd Circuits
Security Electronics Systems And Circuits - Part 9
This episode takes a look at circuits that are activated by the presence of a liquid, steam, or gas, by sound, by the failure of AC power supplies, by the close or near proximity of a person or object, by a human touch, or by the breaking of an ultrasonic beam.

Electronics Workshop Companion for Hobbyists
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Electronics Workshop Companion for Hobbyists   
Set up your own home electronics workshop and  invent, design, build, test, and repair electronic circuits and gadgets.
If you consider yourself a "Hobbyist," and are in need of a Workshop Companion, then this should be a no-brainer! Filled with "Tip" and "Did You Know" factoid boxes (just the way we like it), you'll have all the info you need, right at the bench, where you need it! 
  • Setting up Shop
  • Resistors
  • Capacitors
  • Inductors
  • Transformers
  • Diodes
  • Transistors
  • Integrated Circuits and Digital Basics
  • More Components and Techniques
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