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Bryant Julstrom

Bryant Julstrom earned a BA in mathematics at Augustana College in Rock Island, Illinois, in 1972, and a PhD in computer science at The University of Iowa in 1987. He is currently a Professor in the Department of Computer Science and Information Technology at St. Cloud State University in St. Cloud, Minnesota. He is a licensed radio amateur with call sign KC0ZNG.

Bryant's Articles

(Mostly) Restoring a Vintage Sidereal Clock
June 2020
Refurbishing a clock to be able to observe the same patch of sky for several nights in a row.

Beginning to Build with Tubes
May 2020
There are a number of reasons to pursue tube-based projects.

Transformer Based Power for Nixies
March 2020
Discover a new way to power your Nixies.

Implementing Circuits on Protoboards
June 2019
How do you go about building on a protoboard? Here’s how.

A Semiconductor-Based High Voltage Utility Power Supply
May 2019
A utility supply like this has a small footprint on the bench and supports a wide range of experiments with tube circuits.

More Tricks with Old-School Digital Clocks
January 2019
Variations and suggestions for building discrete-logic clocks.

An Old-School Digital Clock
April 2017
Build a digital “old school” CMOS clock.