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Epson Develops World's Smallest Flying Microrobot

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.

Vintage Radio

12 Jan, 2004

The Armstrong C5 dual-wave console receiver.

Freeze Motion in the Movies - How it's done.

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.

High-efficiency power supply For 1W Luxeon Star LEDs

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.

Studio 350 Power Amplifier Module

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.

PICAXE-18X 4-Channel Datalogger

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.

2.4GHz Audio/Video Link

23 Jan, 2004

Maximum legal power ... easy to build ... fantastic range ... cheap ...

Lapel microphone adaptor for PA systems

27 Jan, 2004

Simple adaptor features a balanceed output and lets you use electret lapel and headset microphones with PA systems.

Antenna & RF preamp for weather satellites

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.

Publisher's Letter  - 7 Jan, 2004

Ask Silicon Chip  - 8 Jan, 2004

Mailbag  - 9 Jan, 2004

Circuit Notebook  - 26 Jan, 2004

Serviceman's Log  - 30 Jan, 2004

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