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While you were out…

It’s been a while – too long in fact, since I took a look at the stats for any of the sites I run. A complete change of emphasis about what is important and what is not has occurred since the ‘jump start’ in Hospital back in the early spring. Now I’m not complaining. I’ve [...]

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Photographs of Seaton-Sluice Beach & Newbiggin-by-the-sea

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SMD Printed Circuit Boards – How Hard Can It Be?

Well, er – sometimes very hard.
Producing a circuit board sucessfully, on a one-off basis, using ad-hoc methods and tools is manageable – up to a point. The amateur is faced with all of the variables that are simply factored out in mass-production – temperature, light, chemical strength etc., etc. This is all bad enough for [...]

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From The Throne Room – June 4th 2010 – F J Camm, where are you?

Because of my total inability to ‘do nothing’, whilst in the Throne Room, on my way I usually pick up at random, a magazine from my enormous stash of electronics mags from the past. Most of these magazines are now long extinct, and I’ve often mused as to the reason. The truth is there are [...]

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My New MIDI Merger uses 10 MIPS £1.00 PIC Microcontroller!

Updated 17th March 2011 (see Download section)

Completed prototype MIDI Merger/Indicator

This unit provides 4 autonomous MIDI inputs and 1 MIDI output. Note this is a ‘proper’ MIDI Merger – all 4 MIDI inputs can be used at the same time, unlike other ‘designs’. The unit also provides an indication of the channel number being played, [...]

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