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Publisher's Letter

1 Dec, 2011

Mailbag

3 Dec, 2011

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Digital Audio Delay For Perfect Lip Sync

6 Dec, 2011

Do you have a large plasma or LCD TV set and a home-theatre system? If so, you may have problems with sound and picture synchronisation (lip-sync). This Digital Audio Delay unit allows you to get the picture and audio perfectly matched. to choose from. To help you in this choice we gathered a number of these to test along with some expansion boards that might help you connect the Maximite to the rest of the world.

Vintage Radio

8 Dec, 2011

AWA R7077 Beat Frequency Oscillator

Ultra-LD Stereo Preamplifier & Input Selector, Pt.2

11 Dec, 2011

In Pt.2 this month, we describe the assembly of the Input Selector module and its companion Switch Board. We also show you how to make the IDC cables that link the modules together and give the remote control set-up and test procedure.

Build A Magnetic Stirrer

13 Dec, 2011

Want CONSISTENTLY GREAT home-brew? Build this magnetic stirrer!

The AlternatIVe Maximite World

15 Dec, 2011

The Maximite world is growing. As we mentioned last month in our miniMaximite story, the Maximite has been cloned a number of times, so now there is a range of alternatives for you to choose from. To help you in this choice we gathered a number of these to test along with some expansion boards that might help you connect the Maximite to the rest of the world.

Serviceman's Log

19 Dec, 2011

Repairing a damaged home alarm system

MiniReg 1.3-22V Adjustable Regulator

21 Dec, 2011

This compact regulator PCB can be used to produce a fully regulated DC supply ranging from 1.3V to 22V at currents up to 1A. Depending on how much current you need, it can fit into tiny spaces and is easily connected with 2-pin headers for DC input, DC output, an on/off switch and a LED.

How To Do Your Own Loudspeaker Measurements

23 Dec, 2011

It's cheap, easy, reliable and accurate...

Circuit Notebook

26 Dec, 2011

Interesting circuit ideas which we have checked but not built and tested. Contributions will be paid for at standard rates. All submissions should include full name, address & phone number.

The Square Kilometre Array

28 Dec, 2011

Thousands of antennas... one radio telescope

Steadicam: Taking The Bumps Out Of Movies, Pt. 2

30 Dec, 2011

Seemingly unable to stop inventing more technology, Garrett Brown developed Steadicam® into more and more models. He then came up with radical ways of moving a camera above and across a sports field, down into a pool as a diver descends and tracking with swimmers as they move from one end of the pool to the other.

Ask Silicon Chip

31 Dec, 2011

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