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Schematic Circuits for the Hobbyist

Schematic Circuits for the Hobbyist

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Published by Nguyen Manh Thang

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Published by: Nguyen Manh Thang on Mar 23, 2011
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Circuits for the Hobbyist
For your electronics hobby entertainment; ENJOY!
It is assumed that you haveAT LEAST the equivalent of a Basic Electronics certificate for theelectronics projects listed on this page. Other projects require more advanced electronics. A lot of these circuits assume the latter soI will no longeranswer the tons of emails in regards to that. If youwish to learn more about electronics there is enough of that available on the internet.
Circuits Archive- Older circuits. Most are working, some are not. Could be still useful.Radio Shack Partnumbers- Most common order numbers for my circuitsTandy Corporation- European/Australian counterpart of Radio Shack TUP/TUN/DUS/DUGEuropean transistor replacement systemTomi Engdahls' Page- Solid electronics projects!Jan Freak's Page in the Netherlands- Well thought out information. Dutch language onlyBowden's Hobby Circuits- Collection of circuits, for everyone.Circuit Exchange International- Andy's website. Good selection of excellent circuitsElectronic Tutorials- Collection of electronics tutorials.Dolbowent.Com- Electronic Surplus and Engineering Support.Jordan's Electronics Page- Lots of good circuits here also.LED Webpage. White Led's everywhere- Malcom's site in the UK.Guelph Amateur Radio Club - GARC--Official HomepagePA3BWK's Ultimate Morse Code Website- Wilko Hollemans site in the NetherlandsLarry's Robotics & Electronics Page- Many good circuitsElectronicsZone- Naveen's WebsiteSpark Museum- John D. Jenkins amazing collection of antique wireless & scientific instrumentsDISCLAIMER: I take no responsibility whatsoever for the use and/or implementation thereof, or themisuse leading to damage to equipment, property, or life, caused by the above circuits. Check with local,provincial and federal laws before operating some of these devices. You may also check your lifeinsurance and/or the fact if they cover death by electrocution if you intend to play with Micro-waveovens and other lethal HV devices. Safety is a primary concern when working with high power circuitsor con/inverters. Play it safe! to home page 
Copyright©1995 - Tony van Roon. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.Last Updated: August 7, 2002

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