N&V June 2017
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  • Receiving Data with Web Based Shortwave Radios by George Steber
    Discover the secrets to utilizing free Web based shortwave radio receivers.
  • Low Cost EMI Pre-Compliance Testing Using A Spectrum Analyzer by Matt Maxwell
    How to pass FCC EMI pre-compliance testing.


  • Build this Professional Grade Data Acquisition System by Eric Bogatin
    Build a high performance general-purpose workbench instrument for under $100.
  • Do-It-Yourself Super Simple Security System by Clark Hamilton
    Never wonder if you’ve locked a door again with this homebrew system that tells you more than if a door is just closed.
  • Build an Adaptable Controller for Your Near Space BALOONING MISSIONS, Part 1 by Richard Levergood, Maria Panacopoulos
    Build a flight controller that can be used in near space ballooning projects.


  • Tech Forum Questions
    Check out the Questions for this issue.
  • The Design Cycle by Fred Eady
    Putting the Digital Discovery to Work
    Digilent’s new Digital Discovery is designed to be the ultimate embedded development companion.
  • Near Space by L. Paul Verhage
    A Recording Weather Station for Near Space and Beyond
    Create a weather station that records position and environmental data at the same time during near space missions.
  • Practical 3D Printing by Chuck Hellebuyck
    Portable Electronics Workbench with 3D Printed Parts
    Learn how to make a 3D printed/customized portable electronics organizer.
  • Q&A by Kristen McIntyre
    Reader Questions Answered Here
    Find answers to questions on quiet fans, NiCd to NiMH, and clean automotive power.
  • Open Communication by Louis E. Frenzel
    Cheap and Dirty Wireless Remote Control
    Dealing with RF circuits is daunting for most experimenters. It is tricky and a bit frustrating if you build your own RF circuits. Now you don’t have to — thanks to the many available wireless modules.


  • Real Electronics by Bryan Bergeron
    I’m no Luddite, but my “real” electronics gadgets and instruments look more appealing.

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