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Building electronics from schematic diagrams

Sets and also printed circuit boards benefit fast asembly and also a professional look. While these teach exactly how to recognize elements, they do not aid with other important electronic abilities.

One of these is having the ability to build something just from a circuit representation and a handful of parts.

In this video clip I clarify how to do this using a two transistor crystal oscillator as an instance.

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Amazon Video

Building electronics from schematic diagrams

Kits and printed circuit boards are good for quick asembly and a professional look. While these teach how to identify components, they don’t help with other important electronic skills.

One of these is being able to build something just from a circuit diagram and a handful of parts.

In this video I explain how to do this using a two transistor crystal oscillator as an example.

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Future Electronics Compagno Development Board | Design with STMicroelectronics STWIN Development Kit

Compagno is designed as a companion board to deal with the STMicroelectronics STWIN (STEVAL-STWINKT1) SensorTile cordless industrial node advancement set.

The STWIN set as well as Compagno board combination simplifies layout, prototyping as well as testing for commercial IoT applications such as problem monitoring and also predictive maintenance.

Featured Part:
– STEVAL-STWINKT1: https://www.futureelectronics.com/p/development-tools–development-tool-hardware/steval-stwinkt1-stmicroelectronics-2122136

To get more information about the Compagno Development Board, please go to: https://www.futureelectronics.com/future-development-boards/compagno?loc=1

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Future Electronics Compagno Development Board | Design with STMicroelectronics STWIN Development Kit

Compagno is designed as a companion board to work with the STMicroelectronics STWIN (STEVAL-STWINKT1) SensorTile wireless industrial node development kit.

The STWIN kit and Compagno board combination simplifies design, prototyping and testing for industrial IoT applications such as condition monitoring and predictive maintenance.

Featured Part:
– STEVAL-STWINKT1: https://www.futureelectronics.com/p/development-tools–development-tool-hardware/steval-stwinkt1-stmicroelectronics-2122136

To learn more about the Compagno Development Board, please visit: https://www.futureelectronics.com/future-development-boards/compagno?loc=1

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Electronic Engineering Final Year Projects

Electronic Engineering trainees at Bangor University display the posters and also jobs they have been working on. For more details concerning our programs and degrees visit http://www.bangor.ac.uk

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#122: Electronic Circuit Construction Techniques: review of some prototype circuit building methods

This video clip reviews numerous of the electronic circuit prototyping strategies that I like to utilize. The majority of the circuits revealed have actually been utilized in previous videos. This video clip focuses extra on the strategies as well as methods utilized to construct the circuits. Numerous examples are given, along with web recommendations. Please see the URL’s below:

Dave Richards (AA7EE) blog site, including a “WBR” receiver:
The WBR – A Simple High Performance Regen Receiver for 40M by N1BYT
His main blog site page:
http://aa7ee.wordpress.com/

QRPme internet site:
http://www.qrpme.com/
QRPme products especially for prototyping circuits:
http://www.qrpme.com/pages/HBREW.php
The Island Cutter set:
http://qrpme.com/?p=product&id=IC
… and the Manhattan Chowder package:
http://qrpme.com/?p=product&id=MC

Hackaday’s publishing on Printed Circuit Board Island cutting:

Cutting islands into copper-clad PCBs with a drill


… straight link to AndyDaviesByTheSea’s video:

SchmartBoard:
http://www.schmartboard.com/index.asp

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Electronics Workbench Lighting / Controller Project (Part 13) [COMPLETED!!!] #0024

TL;DR:
5:33 – Live demonstration of the finished project

IT’S DONE! FINALLY!

After a long couple months of working on this project, I’m glad to announce that it’s finally done. This video explains the project and its purpose. I also give a quick demo in its completed form.

Now I have the room (and time) for some new projects!

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Breadboarding & Prototyping for Electronics, Arduino & Raspberry Pi

If you’re new to experimenting with electronics, Arduino or Raspberry Pi then this is the video for you. Today I will show you the basics of prototyping using breadboards.

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Today we will look at the design and prototyping process that you need to go through to successfully prototype an experiment or project.

If solderless breadboards and Arduino prototyping shields are new to you then this video and its accompanying article are what you need to get started.

Even if you’ve done a lot of breadboarding I’ll also be showing off a few breadboard accessories, some of them homemade, so you may pick up an idea for what to stock your own workbench with.

Starting with the design process I’ll then go into the basics of solderless breadboards. They come in a number of different sizes and configurations, I’ll be showing off some of the ones I use.

Next, we will look at Arduino-specific prototyping accessories. Things like Interface Shields, Screw Shields, and prototyping boards. While most are intended for the Uno I will also show you items for the Mega 2560, the Nano and a homemade jig I created for working with the Arduino Pro Mini.

We follow that with Raspberry-Pi accessories. Keep in mind that several SBCs use the Raspberry Pi GPIO, so these are useful beyond the Pi. Again I’ll show you a combination of store-bought and homemade accessories.

Then we take a look at cables and simple test equipment that can be useful, if not essential, to troubleshooting and experimenting.

Finally, we end with a quick look at perfboard, the next step after you have everything working on the breadboard.

Here is the Table of Contents if you want to skip ahead:

Design Process – 2:05
Solderless Breadboards – 4:37
Arduino Prototyping Tools – 15:29
Raspberry Pi Prototyping Tools – 22:20
Wires & Test Equipment – 26:37
Perfboard – 33:00

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#122: Electronic Circuit Construction Techniques: review of some prototype circuit building methods

This video reviews several of the electronic circuit prototyping techniques that I like to use. Most of the circuits shown have been used in previous videos. This video focuses more on the methods and techniques used to build the circuits. Several examples are given, along with web references. Please see the URL’s below:

Dave Richards (AA7EE) blog, featuring a “WBR” receiver:
The WBR – A Simple High Performance Regen Receiver for 40M by N1BYT
His main blog page:
http://aa7ee.wordpress.com/

QRPme website:
http://www.qrpme.com/
QRPme products especially for prototyping circuits:
http://www.qrpme.com/pages/HBREW.php
The Island Cutter kit:
http://qrpme.com/?p=product&id=IC
…and the Manhattan Chowder kit:
http://qrpme.com/?p=product&id=MC

Hackaday’s posting on Printed Circuit Board Island cutting:
Cutting islands into copper-clad PCBs with a drill
…direct link to AndyDaviesByTheSea’s video:

SchmartBoard:
http://www.schmartboard.com/index.asp

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Electronic Engineering Final Year Projects

Electronic Engineering Final Year Projects. Electronic Engineering students at Bangor University showcase the posters and projects they have been working on. For more information about our degrees and courses visit http://www.bangor.ac.uk/eng

Our students showcase their final projects including a heart beat detection system, a multi source energy harvester, an optical navigational control mobile robot and a fingerprint detector.