1966 February

Electronics Australia Archive February 1966 Contents of Volume 27, No. 11 Inertial Guidance – 4 Europe’s First Microcomputer – 9 Eyes for the Blind – 11 Electronics and Road Safety – 12 Review- 3D...

1966 January

Electronics Australia Archive January 1966 Contents of Volume 27, No. 10 How Thick Is Thin? – 4 Window On The lnvisible – 9 Prospecting With lsotopes – 11 Planned Music for lndustry – 12...

Solar Hot Water data logging

After the solar hot water system was installed, the installer showed me how I could go to the controller and see the temperatures at the collectors and two different positions in the water tank....

Oscilloscope Music

Giving the XY mode of my GwInstek GDS-1022 digital oscilloscope a go with Jerobeam Fenderson demo oscilloscope music track. Love it! Not quite as good as through an analog scope, but not bad! Music...

Masska nixie display

A client approached me to make a nixie clock and while perusing my website saw my Four Letter Word display using B-7971 nixie tubes. He asked if I could make one but have it...

Wemos temperature sensors

Finished the temperature sensors which I now have around the house. Used a protoshield for the Wemos D1 mini with the DS18B20 digital temperature sensor. Power is supplied via a powerbank which has two...

1965 December

Electronics Australia Archive December 1965 Contents of Volume 27, No. 9 Carnarvon Tracking Station – 4 Electronics in the Met. Office – 8 Booking Airline Seat, Part 2 – 12 Problems with Poles –...

1965 October

  Electronics Australia Archive October 1965 Contents Volume 27, No. 7 Fuel Cells – 4 The Thermoelectric World – 9 Careers With Computers – 12 Electronic Roundup – 17 Review-Human Sonar – 21 Review-Midget Power...

Initech

New addition to my fictional company mug collection, Initech, from the 1999 comedy Office Space. “Yeah, we’re going to need to talk about your TPS repots.”

Pawnee

Fictional city in the state of Indiana in the TV series Parks and Recreation.