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two transistor sine wave oscillator 20 Hz - 19,2 KHz By Ko Tilman
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Schematic, layout and pictures from a two transistor (Wien bridge) sine wave oscillator (prototype) that works between 20 Hertz (15 Hertz) and 19,2 KHz. Easy to make, a real beginners project.... More > Including a schematic from the power supply and two schematics from 1 transistor amplifiers/buffers to which the generator can be connected. The circuit works on 12 Volt. Copyrighted content.< Less
Blueprints 1 By Ko Tilman
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Electronic schematics published on the former channel of radioam232 on You Tube (2008 - may 2010). The printed version costs a little bit of money. The E-book is free.
The Ubiquitous Willy Waverly By Dave Cavanagh
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Willy Waverly is a sine wave that pops up everywhere — From radio transmissions to guitar strings, microwave ovens to smoke detectors. This narrative shows how prevalent waves are in our... More > everyday life. Interesting scientific knowledge presented in an easy-to-understand format for children 5 to 10 years old.< Less
The Ubiquitous Willy Waverly By Dave Cavanagh
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Willy Waverly is a sine wave that pops up everywhere — From radio transmissions to guitar strings, microwave ovens to smoke detectors. This narrative shows how prevalent waves are in our... More > everyday life. Interesting scientific knowledge presented in an easy-to-understand format for children 5 to 10 years old.< Less
Blueprints 1 By Ko Tilman
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Electronic schematics published on the former channel of radioam232 on You Tube (2008 - may 2010).Free content, not copyrighted.
City In the Sky By Richard Lighthouse
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This short technical paper describes the basic theory and design for floating cities in the clouds, which have been described in numerous science fiction books and movies. Any structure or object can... More > be made to behave as though it were essentially massless. This is done by synchronizing an electrical signal on the surface of the object with the blinking frequency of our universe (Lighthouse Frequency) which is 1.039 THz. Imagine a sine wave split by the x-axis with the top half representing matter and the bottom half representing antimatter. The x-axis being sequential time, in our terms. Each time the sine wave crosses the x-axis, all fundamental forces collapse to zero. When we synchronize an electrical signal with the sine wave, just before crossing the x-axis, all objects and structures will behave as though they are massless. Note that this feature explains the Hutchison Effect, which is basically operating at a harmonic of the Lighthouse Frequency.< Less
Generation of A.C. Voltage By Homework Help Classof1
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The machines which are used to generate electrical voltages are called generators. The generators which generate purely sinusoidal a.c. voltages are called alternators. The basic principle of an... More > alternator is the principle of electromagnetic induction. The sine wave is generated according to Faraday's law of electromagnetic induction.< Less
Power Rectifiers, Inverters, and Converters - Accelerated Steady-state Approaches with Closed-form Solutions By Keng Wu
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Consistently using “Accelerated Steady-state Analysis” technique across the presentation, the book covers rectifiers and inverters circuits including one-pulse (single-phase, half-wave... More > rectifier), two-pulse (single-phase, full-wave rectifier), three-pulse (three-phase semiconverter), and six-pulse (three-phase, full-wave rectifier) with either uncontrolled bipolar rectifiers or phase-controlled SCR (Silicon Controlled Rectifier). DC-AC inverters using sine-PWM (Pulse-Width-Modulation), triplen injection, and Space-Vector-Modulation are also treated in depth. Accelerated steady state time-domain studies for DC-DC converters and power filters using MATLAB® are given in exhaustive details. Many closed-form mathematical expressions are given for the first time.< Less
Radiofun232 links to You Tube video's 2010-2018 By Ko Tilman
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This booklet (15 pages) contains 470 links (+ references & descriptions) to the approximately 700 video's that I have published on You tube in the period 2010-2018. It gives brief descriptions of... More > the video content + the link. So you can easily "click through" from this document directly to the video and the electronic schematic or subject that you want/need. In almost all my video's the schematic is published during the video. All electronic schematics are tested. The textboxes of the You Tube video's give more information/sometimes small corrections. Content: 1) Audio end amplifiers and - filters (tone correction) 2) Multivibrators and other LF generators 3) Electronics basics 4) Radio sine wave oscillators 5) Radio receiver(s)and more 6) Ultrasound generators 7) Measuring and test devices 8) Power supplies 9) exp. VHF Oscillator 10) Radio history and old technology 24 september 2018< Less
Getting Started with Matlab Simulink and Raspberry Pi By Agus Kurniawan
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This book helps you how to work with Matlab Simulink and Raspberry Pi. It provides simple ilustration and easy to follow. **TOC** 1. Introduction to Raspberry Pi 1.1 Raspberry Pi 1.2 Getting... More > Hardware 2. Matlab Simulink and Raspberry Pi 2.1 Matlab 2.2 Installing Raspberry Pi for Simulink Target 2.3 Running Raspberry Pi 2.4 SSH 3. Hello World - Matlab Simulink and Raspberry Pi 3.1 Hello World 3.2 Creating Raspberry Pi Simulink 3.2.1 Configuring Raspberry Pi LED 3.2.2 Configuring Data Type Conversion 3.2.3 Configuring Sine Wave 3.3 Running Simulink 4. Simulink with Raspberry Pi GPIO 4.1 GPIO 4.2 Preparation 4.3 Simulink with GPIO Write 4.3.1 Building Simulink Model 4.3.2 Testing 4.4 Simulink with GPIO Read 4.4.1 Creating Application for Arduino 4.4.2 Building Simulink Model 4.4.3 Testing 5. Simulink and Video Capture 5.1 Preparation 5.2 Creating Simulink 5.3 Testing< Less