Hobby Projects - Insulation tester, LED Circuits, Meters.

Saturday, November 15, 2008

Circuit Exchange International

Circuit Exchange International

There are ten categories of schematics, a unified circuit analysis, design and theory page, and also a practical electronic section. The simulation section features the "TINA" and "Circuit Maker" programs.

Friday, November 14, 2008

RadioShack- Audio Video Electronics

RadioShack- Audio Video Electronics

Some things you can find there -CB & Ham radios, Walkie-talkie (GMRS/FRS) radios and Shortwave & multiband radios

The company was started as Radio Shack in 1921 in Boston, Massachusetts, by two brothers, Theodore and Milton Deutschmann, who wanted to provide equipment for the cutting-edge field of amateur, or ham radio.

Theodore and Milton Deutschmann opened a one-store retail and mail-order operation in the heart of downtown Boston. They chose the name, "Radio Shack," which was a term for the small, wooden structure that housed a ship's radio equipment. The Deutschmanns thought the name was appropriate for a store that would supply the needs of radio officers aboard ships, as well as "ham" radio operators.

RadioShack- Audio Video Electronics

 The first 40 years - RadioShack Corporation - Wikipedia

Mark Rollins - Model Railroading

Mark Rollins - Model Railroading

Model Railroading - model railroad information, complete with model railroad circuit diagrams.

Electrical Circuits you can make! With 3D wiring Sketches, easy for the beginner.

8052.com - The Online 8052 Resource

A web site that is dedicated exclusively to the 8052 mirocontroller, related products (both hardware and software), and 8052 derivative chips. This includes the traditional 8052, 8051, 8032, and 8031 along with more modern derivatives such as the Atmel AT89S8252, and many derivatives by Silicon Laboratories, Philips, and many others.

8052.com - The Online 8052 Resource

The 8052.com SBC is a single-board computer designed to be both useful and instructive in illustrating certain concepts commonly encountered in 8052-based development. Designed to compliment The 8051/8052 Microcontroller Book that was authored by Craig Steiner, the webmaster of 8052.com.

The Online 8052 Resource'

Introduction to the 8052.com SBC

This SBC will work with the new Atmel AT89S8253 that has been announced to replace the AT89S8252. Its feature-set is such that the user may use the SBC simply to learn and master the 8052 microcontroller but may also subsequently use it as a base for his or her own projects and designs