To anyone who can help, I have been recently wondering about something rather simple. Why is it in ohms law does R=V/I & I=V/R? This means that voltage is proportional to both resistance and current? I know the more voltage you have the more energy is given to each coloumb of charge but why is it that when 1 volt of energy is in 1 C of charge is… Show more
Hello Element 14 and TBHS! My name is Elliot, aka Nobble, I am very excited to announce that I am entering the Hack Like Heck Contest! I am an electronics wiz at the age of 24 that knows how to do some crazy projects! With my drive to create, build, destroy, fix, and modify electronics and handheld devices, I feel confident enough to… Show more
Tab Label Tab Content About In this webinar you will learn how to take advantage of the built-in Wi-Fi capabilities of the Raspberry Pi 3 to build a walkie talkie using MATLAB and Simulink. The walkie talkie will acquire audio signals from an audio circuit connected to the Raspberry Pi and sends it over the Wi-Fi to another Raspberry Pi. …
Project Objective: Develop an open source AIS Alarm that alerts sailors that a new marine vessel with AIS is within range I worked most of last week to complete my RoadTest of the TPSM84A21EVM DC-DC Converter but on Friday the revised PCBs for the AIS Alarm arrived and today I populated two of the boards. This is an update on how things are… Show more
Every year after Halloween, my school used to have a pumpkin launch, probably so they could get the pumpkins on sale. Mostly, mechanical engineering students participated, but anyone was allowed to enter and see if they could launch their pumpkin the farthest. Sections of campus were blocked off and your path to class was rerouted if you went… Show more
Hallo, I do have a problem with my circuit studio. The Gerber files which are generated are mixed up. I for example i will get some Components names on my Outline file instead of the out shape of me board !!!! I have checked my design and all layers are good in the CSPcbDoc.
Introduction I love to build stuff using manual and power tools. I’ve not moved up to 3D printing yet, so I still tend to use materials like wood, metals and sheet plastic, hand-marked and cut. For small items, handheld rotary tools are extremely useful, and I’ve been meaning to upgrade my aging tools for quite a while. Two of the major brands are… Show more