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6 Jan, 2004
It weighs just 8.9 grams and flies using a pair of contra-rotating propellers driven by an ultra-thin ultrasonic motor.
12 Jan, 2004
The Armstrong C5 dual-wave console receiver.
15 Jan, 2004
Ever wondered how they get those freeze-motion effects in movies like "The Matrix"? Believe it or not, it's not done with computer image manipulation.
16 Jan, 2004
Easy-to-build design lets you use a pair of 1.5V "D" cells and includes a brightness control to further extend the battery life.
19 Jan, 2004
Want an audio power amplifier with real grunt? This rugged module is capable of delivering 200W RMS into an 8-ohm load and 350W into a 4-ohm load, at very low distortion.
21 Jan, 2004
It features four input channels that can be sampled and stored (or logged) at user-defined intervals. An onboard EEPROM stores the data.
23 Jan, 2004
Maximum legal power ... easy to build ... fantastic range ... cheap ...
27 Jan, 2004
Simple adaptor features a balanceed output and lets you use electret lapel and headset microphones with PA systems.
28 Jan, 2004
All the details for a simple turnstile/reflector antenna plus an RF preamp that mounts up on the mast to really drag on those satellite images.
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