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    Hi guy,

    I want to share this site to you that has a lot of hobby projects or DO it yourself projects which involved electronics in different applications...

    Here are some of the Lists of Projects:

    Pure Class A Headphone Amplifier
    20 Watts Automotive Power Amplifier
    Car Parking Sensor
    Wideband TV Amplifier
    300mW FM Transmitter
    PLL FM Transmitter
    Stereo Encoder Oversampling for FM TRansmitter
    FM Telephone Transmitter
    Ringing Phone Light Flashers
    VO Fuel Controller
    I2C Temperature Sensor
    ESR Meter
    Oxygen Sensor Simulator
    Fluid Level Detector
    Audio Clipping Indicator
    RF Sensing Alarm
    UHF Amplifier for TV Transmitter
    Six LED Bar Power Indicator
    Portable Mixers

    and a lot more....

    Complete with parts lists and notes for implementations.

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    hobby projects

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    Welcome..

    Btw, the site is updated 5 times a week, so new circuits will be added every week.


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    Nice site...
    Try to improve layout of website..
    Can you tell me the software which you use for drawing circuit diagrams published in your site..?



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    Hai Srikanth. You can draw schematics with softwares like Smartdraw, Eagle, Protel, PBC123, Expresspcb etc which are available for free on the net.



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    temperature sensor circuit from efy magazine

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    Quote Originally Posted by pranam77
    Hai Srikanth. You can draw schematics with softwares like Smartdraw, Eagle, P*otel, PBC123, Expresspcb etc which are available for free on the net.
    I have used all the softwares you listed except smatdraw. But I wanted to know that particular software used by Gundam001 in his site...



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    Quote Originally Posted by srikanthsamaga
    Quote Originally Posted by pranam77
    Hai Srikanth. You can draw schematics with softwares like Smartdraw, Eagle, P*otel, PBC123, Expresspcb etc which are available for free on the net.
    I have used all the softwares you listed except smatdraw. But I wanted to know that particular software used by Gundam001 in his site...
    You may better ask EFY magazine about which software they have used. Because majority of the ciruits on the site refred by "Gundam" are from scanned from EFY and other pupular magazines. I have EFY collection right from 1990 to till date. Too the site has a huge collection of Circuits published in old Electronic project books like "ETI top" which is published in late 70's



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    Thanks pranam77....



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    Currently the circuits the you seeing in the sites are compilation of circuitry that are useful and the possibility to built is high.

    Sooner I will post an original design, which will be first seen in the site. And the software that I will be using in schematic capturing is either CADSTAR or PADS LOGIC or EXPEDITION.

    Thanks for visiting the site..


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