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Posted: 08:14:56 PM, 02/07/2014
What are the missing loads? This circuit board plugs into something, but we know not what. ? Click here for a larger image. ? From the clues (there are at least four of them) hidden in the schematic above, what would you say are the most likely loads for the drains of transistors......



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Posted: 05:28:26 PM, 04/07/2014
There is a conceptual project that I hope to make reality soon. I was able to present it at one of the Gadget Smackdown sessions at the EE Live! 2014 conference and exhibition. This project is an open-source radio transmitter for RC hobbyists. This transmitter will be reconfigurable, allowing it t......



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Posted: 06:31:30 PM, 03/07/2014
When I first tried to run a quantum mechanical calculation in a computer, I used a humble Sinclair Spectrum ZX+. These days we have GFLOPs-scale computational capabilities available to us in products as unassuming as a smartphone. ? Quantum simulations that previously required a huge and ex......



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