N&V October 2014

N&V October 2014
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Product ID : SKU17271




  • 1963 Zenith MK2670 Stereo Repair by J.W. Koebel
    Vintage gear is very special, and has the advantage of simplicity so that even hobbyists can work on it. See how this particular stereo console got a facelift with a mix of old and new technology.
  • Prop Dropper 2 by Chris Savage
    Check out this upgrade to a favorite project that will give you twice the scare power for Halloween.
  • Haunting with Video Projectors by Anthony Petrone
    A new trend in creating holiday displays is using digital decorations.


  • Hotrod Your Electric Guitar with Active Tone Controls by Thomas Henry
    Retrofit your plain Jane guitar with the controls it deserves to give you a fuller range of bass, mid, and high end color.
  • Build the Light Appliance by Craig Lindley
    This IR remote controllable 32x32 RGB LED display does way more than just flash pretty lights.
  • Beware the Ghost Phone by Anthony Petrone
    Build a Ghost Phone for your Halloween Trick Or Treaters.


  • Techknowledgey by Jeff Eckert
    Events, Advances, and News
    Some of this month’s topics include different types of refrigerator magnets, better satellite images, adding Wi-Fi to your Arduino, and wearable cameras, just to name a few.
  • Q&A by Tim Brown
    Reader Questions Answered Here
    It's Back! Issues regarding measuring current with a clamp-on ammeter and outdoor reception of TV audio are discussed.
  • The Spin Zone by Jon McPhalen
    Propeller Reanimator
    Bring your Halloween (or any holiday) props to life with the magic of circuits and code using the Propeller.
  • Near Space by L. Paul Verhage
    Wiring and Testing the BalloonSat Extreme Flight Computer
    More progress is made on our platform that will give advanced students practice integrating experiments into a single near space vehicle.
  • The Design Cycle by Fred Eady
    Building a ZigBee HAN
    ZigBee has finally come home. This month, we will lay the groundwork for installing a ZigBee Home Automation Network. Our HAN can be accessed from the living room LAN or from anywhere in the world via the Internet.
  • Smiley’s Workshop by Joe Pardue
    The Arduino Classroom. Arduino 101/Chapter 9: Keeping Time
    Take a much higher level look at computer time keeping, and learn to use some very novice-friendly applications available for the Arduino.

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