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22 Jul 2014

Here’s a short interview from RS featuring Raspberry Pi Founder, Eben Upton, discussing the latest Raspberry Pi Model B+, shared by RSWWWChannel:

We caught up with Raspberry Pi founder Eben Upton for an exclusive interview on the differences between Model B and the new Raspberry Pi Model, B+. He talks us through all the changes we can expect to see and highlights the improvements made in the newer Model.


Raspberry Pi Founder, Eben Upton, talks the latest Raspberry Pi Model B+ - [Link]

15 Jul 2014

kurtscottage @ youtube.com writes:

In this video I’m showing you how I built some solar panels from start to finish I tried to make it as detailed as possible. These panels cost me very little to build and are fun projects for everyone. This is just one way of doing this there are lot’s of others doing this and good videos out there. Presently I’m using my panels at a job site where there is no electricity available they are running my RV off the grid. These panels are not encapsulated but they work well and low cost not for on roof installation best to be close to ground for inspection.

Homemade Solar Panels Diy tutorial - [Link]

20 Jun 2014

Scheme-It is an online schematic and diagramming tool that allows anyone to design and share electronic circuit diagrams.  Walk through how to create your own diagrams with the electronic symbol library and how to export and share your drawings.

Scheme-It – Online schematic and diagramming tool - [Link]

11 Jun 2014

mjlorton @ youtube.com writes: In this video I go through the components that are part of a solar power solution. I explain the differences between On-grid vs. off grid.

How to Solar Power Your Home / House #1 – On Grid vs Off Grid - [Link]

11 Jun 2014

Dave grabs a few junkbox parts and builds a useful constant current load for switch mode power supply, battery testing, and other applications.

EEVblog #102 – DIY Constant Current Dummy Load for Power Supply and Battery Testing - [Link]

9 Jun 2014

In this episode Shahriar explores the world of filters! Starting from a simple lumped RC filter, he briefly covers the theory before moving onto measurement techniques. The bandwidth of the filter is verified experimentally in the time domain. A more complex RLC band-stop filter is also demonstrated with a tune-able inductor which is measured using an RLC meter. Using a Rigol spectrum analyzer with built in tracking generator and an active probe, the frequency response of the filter is measured. Several other packaged filters are also demonstrated and a microwave band-pass filter is disassembled to reveal its internal construction.

Tutorial on Passive Filters, Data Transmission and Equalization - [Link]

9 Jun 2014

Dave explains, shows, and measures a potentially big trap with using high value ceramic capacitors.  Is your 10uF capacitor really 10uF in your circuit? You might be shocked! Those humble X7R caps you think are a “stable” dielectric? think again…  Class II and above ceramic capacitors can vary their capacitance drastically with DC bias voltage level and also the applied AC voltage.

EEVblog #626 – Ceramic Capacitor Voltage Dependency - [Link]

9 Jun 2014

Class D Amplifier Tutorial! - [Link]

7 Jun 2014

In this episode Shahriar presents a tutorial on the design and characterization of a single-stage low-noise bipolar amplifier suitable for audio applications. Given a set of specifications, a common-emitter topology is investigated. The circuit employs a beta-insensitive biasing scheme which is simultaneously optimized for maximum output swing. The small-signal gain of the circuit is calculated and the bandwidth is set for audio frequencies. A non-inverting operational amplifier is used as a second stage to achieve the desired overall gain. The circuit is assembled on a breadboard where the gain and bandwidth are measured and compared with design specifications. As the final experiment, the circuit is used to amplify signals from a microphone.

Tutorial on the Theory, Design and Characterization of a Single Transistor Bipolar Amplifier - [Link]

7 Jun 2014

This video shows one method I use to wind toroidal inductors and transformers. The real trick is often how to hold the toroid core while doing the winding of the wire. The plastic toroid fixture shown is available from http://www.qrpme.com. I also give a few details on how to strip the enamel insulation, and then test the inductor when it is complete. There are many, many useful websites that contain toroid data, including composition, type, size, materials, winding factors, calculators, and more

How to wind a toroid inductor - [Link]





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