Nuts and Volts Magazine
Who would have thought that we would be able to progress from discrete components, to integrated circuits, to eventually being able to create our own ICs inside a reusable universal chip know as an FPGA?
In a digital world, there are still quite a few uses for an analog meter, but these beasts require special TLC.
Exploring the software for the Irrigation Watch system.
The Digital Impressionist creates simple, impressionist-style light “paintings” that change over time.
Build this Arduino-based stroboscope for fun stop-motion technology testing and experiments on your workbench!
by L. Paul Verhage
The Near Space Eclipse
It’s one thing to see a solar eclipse. It’s another thing altogether to see one from near space!
by Louis E. Frenzel
Going All The Way With QRP
Talking around the world on a kilowatt is easy. How far can you go on less than one watt?
The Design Cycle
by Fred Eady
Is This Thingy Your Key to IoT?
Nordic’s new “Thingy”— a compact, power-optimized, multi-sensor development kit!
by Kristen McIntyre
Reader Questions Answered Here (10.2017)
Help with a Hit-and-Miss Engine and Overheating Band Pass Filters.