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Saturday, July 06, 2019

DIY Electronics Section of Beis.de

Here you will find Audio Oriented projects, many in the German Language. There is one - Converting Analog into Digital (IIR) Filters which is useful for Mixed Design students. Then there is a FPGA-Based Digital Audio Peak Level and Correlation Meter with many features. The Hi-Fi Audiophile will like the Tools - Audio Preamplifier, Weighting Filter Set and Universal Filter.

DIY Electronics Section of Beis.de

 DA2USB - Digital Audio to USB Interface

DA2USB - Digital Audio to USB Interface

The DA2USB is a USB interface for connecting digital audio sources (S/PDIF or Toslink, with adapters also AES3) to a PC. It comes without proprietary drivers, i. e., there is no software to install and there is no threat that the hardware sometime will become obsolete waste because the manufacturer does not support it any more with up-to-date drivers (like my fine and expensive sound card did).

Design Challenges at Circuit Cellar

Since its founding in 1988, Circuit Cellar has delivered exactly what its paying subscribers demand-intensive, exploratory articles about hardware and software methods for embedded-control systems.

Circuit Cellar - The Magazine for Computer Applications

Circuit Cellar Ink, the best magazine devoted to hardware and embedded computer development, or "What's Inside the Box".

Circuit Cellar - The Magazine for Computer Applications

Are you wondering how it all began?
By Steve Ciarcia (Founder, Circuit Cellar)

"His first statement upon hearing about BYTE’s redirection was “How about we start our own magazine?” We had the staff, the expertise, the credibility, the support, and most importantly, the money. It was time to go for it.

Building a Traditional Workbench

Keith S. Rucker has provided full plans for a Mechanical Workbench. Electronic Enthusiasts will need such benches when they work with industrial robots or manufacturing machines.

Building a Traditional Workbench  wayback copy

"if you are going to use hand tools in your woodworking, perhaps the most important tool to have is not the tools themselves but a good bench to do your work on. When I first started to set up my shop, I had only been out of school for a little over a year, been married a little less than a year and had just bought a new home.

Building a Traditional Workbench

To help spell my situation out, we were poor. Even though the finances were not the best in the world, I began to accumulate a few basic tools and began making some of the much needed furniture in my new home."

By Keith S. Rucker

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