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Visualizing How Current and Voltage Behave in a Mag Loop Antenna

Visualizing How Current and Voltage Behave in a Mag Loop Antenna

Ace electrical engineer, Jeri Ellsworth, is back to deep-nerding science and technology on YouTube.

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Revisiting Foxhole Radios with a 3D Printer

Revisiting Foxhole Radios with a 3D Printer

Sage Hansen was inspired by early foxhole radios, but wanted to update it so that he could 3D print the frame.

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Watch These Electronic Badges Evolve

Watch These Electronic Badges Evolve

Designed for Burning Man and powered by Orchard, these badges mimic genetics. When two badges come into contact, their light pattern changes.

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Build Your Own Satellite Ground Station

Build Your Own Satellite Ground Station

We talk to the creators of SatNOGS, an open source and open hardware satellite ground station built using a 3D printer, off the shelf components, and $300.

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Amateur Radio Buffs’ Quest to Connect Quake-Ravaged Nepal

Amateur Radio Buffs’ Quest to Connect Quake-Ravaged Nepal

How amateur radio buffs distributing gear aided earthquake recovery in Nepal.

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Before and After: Vintage Radio with Raspberry Pi

Before and After: Vintage Radio with Raspberry Pi

The Raspberry Pi has truly opened up all kinds of possibilities in custom entertainment. One of the most fascinating possibilities lies in replacing the guts of a vintage radio or other media device and enhancing its abilities while keeping the aesthetics of yesterday. Gordon, who studied computer science and works in the semiconductor industry, decided […]

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