Figuring out what the NESCAF does, learning how filters work, and finally building an enclosure from junk box parts was a very satisfying experience. My NESCAF project proves something I’ve long thought to be the case: It’s not necessary to have an elaborate work bench and expensive test equipment to enjoy the electronics hobby. These things are nice, but you can have a lot of fun with just basic tools.
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