Tuesday, January 26, Stripboard magic I have completed one of the constructional tasks on my list for this year, which was to make an interface between my Elecraft K3 and my 2m transverter so that I can leave the transverter on and it will only switch to transmit when I am actually on the 2m band. Up until now I have had to switch the transverter off if I change bands, which is not so good for frequency stability. I only have one transverter, so that is good enough for me. The combining is done using a dual opto-coupler TLP I'm not quite sure why an opto-coupler is needed, but as that is what the circuit said, that is what I used.
Dear all. I am looking for simple transformer less power supply design for one of timing application. Is there any recommended Capacitor based design?? Analog Circuit Design :: :: nayakajit87 :: Replies: 10 :: Views: "Current adds up in phase" what do we mean when we say "current adds up in phase"? For a wire antenna, there's already a current arises from feed source and it causes antenna to radiate, then why we emphasize 'adds up in phase'.
Post a Comment Veroboard was invented in Britain by post-war aircraft industry engineers working for Vero Precision Engineering Limited and a patent No. It is a copper-clad insulated board SRBP that is milled to create strips of copper that are then punched with a regular matrix, usually 0. Strips can be broken using a spot face cutter or twist drill, or parallel strips can be linked with jumper wires. Historically, bulky circuits were prototyped and wired up on wooden panels like breadboards, and the name 'breadboarding' has stuck ever since.