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Elektor - популярный зарубежный журнал по электронике и схемотехнике
8 Elektor World
• The Elektor Studio
• World Class Tips
• From Tracing Paper to Computer: Elektor Schematics Layout
• Raspberry Pi Cookbook
78 That Zero-ohm Resistor
The Unbearable Lightness of Being zero ohms.
104 DesignSpark Tips & Tricks
Day #7: 3D Modding and Modeling How to create a 3D view of your
project, and export it to DesignSpark Mechanical.
Universal Audio DSP Board
Always wanted to start with DSPs, but afraid of the SMD? Here's the answer.
20 UltiProp Clock (2)
This month we conclude with the intricate assembly of the propeller dock.
26 Compact Tube Amplifier
Hey this one works with ordinary power transformers.
32 Pretty Accurate Digital Wall Clock
No radio control, yet an error of just 64 seconds per year, max!
38 RJ45 'Running-Lights' Cable Tester
No microcontroller included—no common ground lead either.
40 Multi I/O for
FPGA Development Board
Applying VHDL programming to the
Elektor FPGA dev system.
48 555 Class-D Audio Amplifier
What do you mean Class-D audio always requires complex ICs?
54 Mixing Electronics and Mechanics with Flowcode 6
3D is Key. The developers explain.
60 LED's Replace
That Halogen Lamp
A direct-fit replacement for the standard GU4 halogen lamp.
64 Model Train Dual Radio Control
Radio takes over from infra-red.
70 Arduino on Course (6)
Let's build a sounding balloon to capture weather data.
75 Active ESD Protection
Some microcontrollers and other ICs can do with extra protection against static discharges.
80 Developing with Embedded Linux
This month we learn how to develop our own applications using C++ and Eclipse.
Current Pulse Generator
Theory and practice for wide-range current measurements on a budget.
90 Soldering LFCSP ICs by Hand
Demonstrating how the ultra-tiny AD9913 DDS 1С gets wires attached to its pins.
92 USB Key Passport
Turn the key and have your password typed automatically.
98 Nanoamps on the DMM
Measure tiny currents using an ordinary digital multimeter.
100 Bird Drinking Water Heater
Using a 2N3055 and a tomato paste tin.
108 Arduino Yun
Labs got their hands on a Yun and found out if it really bridges two worlds.
113 What it Takes to Make an LED Blink
Behold the embedded-age equivalent of a switch and a resistor.
114 Join the Fourth Industrial Revolution!
An overview of Internet of Things (IoT) projects hot on our labs website
115 Where There's Smoke There's Fire
An attempt at building an electric cigarette.
64 News & New Products
A selection of news items received from the electronics industry, labs and organizations.
The Original Elektorized Sudoku.
Elektor AC Power supply (1984!). A useful tool if you are mindful about
starting up low-voltage power supplies. Series Editor: Jan Buiting,
125 Gerard's Columns: Pro-Tronics
A column or two from our columnist Gerard Fonte.
130 Next Month in Elektor
A sneak preview of articles on the Elektor publication schedule.