Minty Kool Keyer
A 3-IC Fully-Iambic Electronic Keyer with Dot/Dash Memory and
Progressive Weighting ...and much more!
An Amplified Shaped Sine-Wave Morse Code Practice Oscillator
An Easy-to-Build Single-Lever "Side Swiper" Paddle made from parts from your junk bin or local hardware store
Curiously Narrow Filter
Cut out the QRM & QRN with this multiple-stage CW Audio Filter
Li-Ion / Li-Po BMS
A small Battery Management System board capable of safely* providing portable power to your Arduino projects and more
How To.. Breadboards,
Flashing LED's & A
Let's get started in electronics! No soldering initially required
Low-Volts Battery Cutoff Device - Intro to Comparators
and OP amps are essential and ubiquitous in useful electronics.
Build this low-voltage battery saver cutoff circuit which
also employs a neat relay trick.
RF Peak Voltage Detector
Begin to learn the fundamental dynamics of Radio Frequency energy and try out a few enlightening experiments
One-IC Transistor Tester
With just one 556 dual timer IC, never be left scratching your head over mystery transistors
LED's - Current & Control
RGB LED's are awesome, but non-linear devices. Learn how to dim to your whim
The Wheatstone Bridge
Learn of electrical fundamental relationships and ID some caps
Build this classic audio oscillator circuit and start your menagerie of sound effects
Programming the ATMega328p
it's time for your Arduino project to leave the nest, follow this guide
and you'll be running bare ATMega328p microcontroller IC's in your own
compact projects and even ditch the bootloader.
Programming the ATTiny85
The small 8-pin cousin to the 328p, the ATTiny85 MCU is a very
useful and compact solution. Let's get setup to program them with
a custom programming Arduino shield and even build a high-voltage fuse resetter to get use of that extra I/O pin.
CW Morse Decoder
custom algorithm for decoding CW Morse code that copies at 0-to-70 WPM
and shows the speed and code elements all in real time! Suitable
for a 3x20 LCD text screen. Requires initial tone detection, but
great out of the box with a hand key for practice.
Columns for Arduino
Play the classic SEGA(R)
stacking puzzle game on any Arduino Uno or Nano! This enjoyable,
fast-paced handheld masterpiece uses 81 addressable RGB LED's, 16
7-segment display characters for info and offers stereo background
music with simultaneous sound effects, as well as rumble haptics, 4
games and high score memory. See detailed schematics...